Prakat Diwas is celebrated to commemorate the manifestation of Kabir God in 1398A.D. in Kashi, India. It is celebrated on the full moon day of Jyestha month of Hindu Calendar. Before the Barwala incident 2014, the occasion used to be celebrated by holding a 5-7 day long Paath/Satsang. Saint Rampal Ji Maharaj used to deliver Spiritual Sermons two times a day. The length of the Satsang used to be around 2-4 hours. The Satsang on this occasion used to be centred around the appearance and Lilas of Kabir God.
After the Barwala incident, the occasion is celebrated by holding a 3-day long Path along with organizing a Grand Bhandara. The whole world is invited to attend the last day of the Paath, i.e., the day of the manifestation of Kabir God Celebrations. The first Mega Bhandara was organised in 2017 in Rohtak, Haryana where around 15 lakh people came including both devotees and the general public. The Bhandara also includes Blood donation camps, Body donation camps, and hundreds of dowry-free marriages. The location of the event changes every time. Recently, it has been celebrated in two locations: Rohtak, Haryana and Jabalpur, Madhya Pradesh.