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If things go as planned, then this year’s Kumbh Mela in Nashik, where millions are expected to congregate, may turn out to be much saner event than usual.

A group of techies from Maharashtra are taking much pain to find out solutions to probable challenges, including thousands getting lost in the crowd during the Kumbhmela.

A group of 15 techies led by Sunil Khandbahale, a Nashik-based innovator, joined hands with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) about a year ago and started KumbhaThon — primarily created to address Kumbh-specific problems.

See Archived Article links below;

MIT and the shortcut to Nirvana

MIT Researchers thanked for Hi-Tech in Kumb Mela

Rise of the Pop-up City

What a Massive Indian Festival Can Teach Us About Improving Cities

Kumbh 2.0

Kumbhathon – Where Tradition and Technology meet

Kumbh Mela goes hi-tech in Nashik

KumbhaThon: MIT team visits Nashik

Workshop to address problems at Kumb Mela

MIT Researchers Describe their Thoughts on Emerging World oppurtunities at Nashik

River of Data

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