Sharad Purnima, Singaji Khandwa

Singaji Festival
  • Celebrated on/during: October
  • Significance:

    The festival of Sant Singhji in village Pipliya-Singaji, near beer village of khandwa starts from sharad full moon (Sharad Purnima) In the month of October-November, During this event, more than two and a half million devotees visits the holy tomb of Singaji Maharaj. Nimar’s culture and tradition is seen in this fair. That’s why this fair has made its identity to abroad.
    In this fair, As Symbol of faith of Nimar, devotees from other district and states, including Jhabua, Badwani, Betul, Khargone and Maharashtra also visits. Ghee, coconut, chironji are being offered mainly on Singaji Samadhi. The devotees who fulfill their vows, they also do Bhandara here.
    Sant Singhji is also known as Kabir of Nimar region. Even today, his footprints are worshiped at Nimar’s place of birth and samadhi. People still feel their miracles. He was the great figure of Narmadanchal. farmers offer him animal milk and ghee. In these places, the Akhand Jyot (continuesly lighted lamp) is burning from centuries.