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Binod Dhakal Jan 14
The fact millions of people bathe in the during makes me feel sick. World’s most polluted river with 660 million galons of raw human sewage that goes straight into the river, chemicals running into it from many factories, the ashes from thousands of cremations.
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YogaBrijMohan Jan 20
Do think of inviting Boatmen of Prayagraj since they might be singing songs of too or the residents of Ashrams ( just trace whether any Ashram is as origin upto : Their Songs/Bhajans.
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Kiran Deshmukh Jan 16
Instead of searching pics of ,read about its history all way long from the Indus valley civilization back from more than 3000BCE.I bet ur words from horribly nasty will change to insanely beautiful I agree its not completely clean but it has improved alot
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Dorothy C Jan 20
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GokulKrishna R Jan 20
Almost 80% of urban waste in India is dumped in the river Ganges. The same is considered as sacred and personified as Goddess Ganga
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HektoenInternational Jan 14
In the Holy River is mythologically linked to Lord Shiva as the fountain flowing from the to . All over India people throng for a dip in the holy river to wash away their sins, purify the soul, and rejuvenate the mind.
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VUBBLE 10h
Failing to clean up one of the world's most polluted rivers via 🇮🇳
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bob cranwell Jan 20
A fine man I encountered at a riverside temple on the lives very simply, devoted to scriptures. Hindu and Jain may leave secular life utterly behind them, survive on perhaps meagre donations, having fulfilled earthly duty.
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Ryan Slow Pace Jan 18
The worshiping of the is why religion is for low IQ people. There are people who thought that the Holy Ganga could clean itself due to their religiosity.
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Ritesh shukla 17h
An indian saint takes a holy dip at river on the auspicious bathing day of paush Poornima during in , .
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Atul Chaturvedi Jan 16
you forgot to thanks one and only , he has been quite instrumental in cleaning
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Ben King 🌍 Jan 18
Jeremy Wade's on now. Exposing the terrible state of the ecosystem in the Delta of India. Local people have to venture deeper into the mangroves to find small fish and crabs - and the tigers kill an average of one person a week.
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धर्मादेश!! Jan 16
music and prayagraj
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Hvper News Jan 18
Ganges . found last year that only a tenth of funds to clean-up the Ganges had been used in the first two years of via
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John Harvey 💜 Jan 20
. Caught the episode of last night - horrifying at so many levels... A though - thanks for the recommendation...
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Art Garage on Planet Monkey Jan 21
We're going here - if you wish to come - you are more than welcome
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Rosy Heusequin Jan 17
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TBM: The Belt Makers Jan 19
Just to make it Very Clear: we do not use Indian Leather. Catch up: 's re the on . Indian tanneries' pollution level shocked even me 😢 ➡️ is subject to much stricter tanning liquor disposal regs ⬅️
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Arati Kumar-Rao 7h
Probably the most imp thread on the Ganga that you’ll see, with links on the hogwash that is Namami Gange and all the disingenuous lipservice around it. Thanks,
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River Monsters 16h
Don’t forget to tune in for the extended episode of ! at 9pm on !
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