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Simhasth Kumbh Mahaparv Ujjain 2016
Simhasth Kumbh Mahaparv is one of the four Kumbh Melas and largest spiritual gathering in India. This divine ceremony is rejoiced by taking a holy dip on the banks of river Kshipra in Ujjain city of Madhya Pradesh, India. The Simhasth Kumbh Mahaparv event is based on the celestial line up of planets and signs of Zodiac which occurs in every twelve years.
The Natural Colour Composites (NCC) was generated using data acquired from two Indian Remote Sensing missions viz Resourcesat-2 and Cartosat-2 respectively. The LISS-IV FMX Multispectral data of 5 m resolution from Resourcesat-2 has been merged with panchromatic data of 1 m resolution from Cartosat-2 to generate composite image that has the advantages of both sensors. Resourcesat-2 multi spectral data was acquired on Apr 8, 2016 and Cartosat-2 PAN data was acquired on Apr 19, 2016 respectively.
Natural colour composite Images generated from Cartosat-2 data of Apr 23, 2016 and Resourcesat-2 Liss-IV Mx data of Apr 08, 2016 are given below
Natural colour composite images generated from Cartosat-1 data of Mar 31, 2015 and Resourcesat-2 Liss-IV Mx data of Mar 21, 2015 are given below