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People celebrate Ganga Mai Chariot festival in Kathmandu, Nepal

shows an idol of Goddess Ganga decorated with flowers during the Ganga Mai Chariot festival in Kathmandu, Nepal. It is a belief that the festival is celebrated in the name of Ganga, goddess of holy water, requesting the rainfall in the country for ... Xinhua News Agency, 1 month ago

Activists from T.N. distribute Ganga water

There is a touch of Ganga to the on-going Krishna Pushkarams. As part of river-linking project, river Godavari has made its presence by entering the Krishna thus making the river festival a unique one. Now, committed Hindu enthusiasts, numbering ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Modi's Clean Ganga Project the story so far

They say weve taken nature for granted. Our sacred country has been blessed with the finest of nature's bounty mountains, oceans, deserts and beaches. We have the best of temperatures and climates, and we receive infinite grants from these sources ...
 Yourstory.in2 weeks ago

Goddess of small things

BENGALURU: Any conversation about Dharmaraya Swamy Temple is incomplete without a mention of the Bengaluru Karaga, for which people of Thigala community wait an entire year. The procession that starts from the temple goes around other temples in ...
 New Indian Express2 months ago

Bitten by the travel bug

Ganga arti If you want to avoid hordes of tourist and also want to give the heat a miss, set out to a few of these destinations this month. What makes it even better is that you can experince a one-of-a-kind festival wherever you go! Champakulam moolam boat ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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In the Sundarbans, Hindu devotees offer 'bhog' to Muslim goddess for protection from tigers

Fifty-five year old Bhabotaron Paik is a forest guard at the Neitidopani forest reserve in the faraway western edge of Sundarbans jungles. But before he dons his khaki uniform every day, he bathes, wears his dhoti and puts on an orange gamchha ...
 Firstpost.com2 months ago

There flows a business: Health worries over bottled Ganga jal sold by govt

It's a forenoon hour, and the small post office alongside the Ganga is bustling with activity. Ratan Rawat, the postmaster, is busy taking phone calls on the landline as well as his cell phone. Ho jayega sir, saari cans jald aa jayengi (Yes sir, ...
 MSN News US4 weeks ago

Purifying the Goddess

The Ganges River begins in the Himalayas, roughly three hundred miles north of Delhi and five miles south of India's border with Tibet, where it emerges from an ice cave called Gaumukh (the Cow's Mouth) and is known as the Bhagirathi. Eleven miles ...
 New Yorker1 month ago What It Takes to Clean the Ganges  EnvironmentGuru.com1 month ago

Ganga Dhara celebrations

By Seeta Persad Friday, June 24 2016 LAST weekend proved to be very eventful as people gathered for Labour Day in Fyzabad, at the seaside for Ganga Dhara and many attended concerts for Father's Day celebrations. On this rainy Sunday many gathered ...
 Trinidad and Tobago's Newsday2 months ago

Data supply contract for Indian Clean Ganga Project

Due to fast population growth, migration and industrialisation, the pollution of the Ganges river has become a major issue for India and one of the biggest environmental challenges on earth. The Ganges river is a holy river and a goddess according ...
 Engineer Live2 months ago
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