Haridwar organisation cleans path littered by Kanwariyas

A Haridwar-based spiritual organisation today cleaned the Har Ki Pauri, railway platforms and the connecting roads garbage littered by 'kanwariyas'.

Unprecedented crowds of Kanwariyas pour into Haridwar

Unprecedented crowds of Kanwariyas poured in the city on Tuesday upsetting arrangements made by the administration, with major roads and Ganga ghats remaining choc-a-bloc with devotees throughout the day.

Kanwariya influx: Education institutes to close from Aug 10-12

 The district administration on Sunday announced that all educational institutes will be closed from August 10 to August 12, in view of the heavy influx of 'Kanwariyas'.

Ghaziabad police deploys drones to keep vigil on Kanwar Yatra

Drones mounted with cameras have been deployed by the district police here for better vigil and smooth conduct of the Kanwar yatra, which will conclude on August 29.

Tanker collides with bus carrying pilgrims in Bihar, 12 dead

Tragedy struck on Monday when a tanker collided with a bus carrying kanwariyas in Bihar`s Aurangabad, killing 12 including five women and injuring several others.

Traffic diversions for safe passage of Kanwariyas

To ensure smooth and safe passage of Kanwariyas, Delhi police has imposed traffic diversions from Saturday.

Kanwariyas go on rampage after car hit devotees

A police personnel and two Uttar Pradesh home guards were injured on Sunday when a group of Kanwariyas indulged in stone pelting after some of the devotees were allegedly hit by a car of a CBI officer.

Shiva devotees flock to Haridwar

Putting behind sad memories of the June calamity, Kanwariyas flocked to temples despite heavy rains here on the first Monday of the month of `Sawan` on Monday to offer holy waters of the Ganga to Lord Shiva.

Bulandshahr: 5 kanwariyas crushed to death

Five kanwariyas were killed
and four others seriously injured after a speeding car ran
over them, police said.

Delhi comes alive with `kanwariyas`

Orange-robed men on the streets, roadside camps for them to rest, high decibel cries of "Har Har Mahadev"... Delhi is witnessing an intoxicating fervour in one of the biggest annual religious events of northern India.