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Why doesn't water of river ganga get spoiled?

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The water of ganga river does not get spoiled for years because there are bacteriopahges in it which kill other microorganisms keeping it clean and pure for years


Since ganga river is one of the river generating from Himalayas ,is can flow for everytime.so that compare to the other river is pure


Ambala is situated on the water divide of indus and ganga


The Ganges River is named after the Goddess Ganga. Ganga is the mother of the Indian people. Touching the water in the river is said to wipe away all sins.


Because River Ganga is most sacred river to Hindus.


Because River Ganga is most sacred river to Hindus.


One of the states benefits of the Ganga River is that it provides water to the 5 states in India. It is also considered a holy river and is a widely visited tourist attraction.


not only govt. is responsible for the state of the ganga and yammuna river. we are also responsible for it. govt. are making rules and laws for it but we are not following it. water is very precious for our life. so we have to the ganga and yammuna river for future use.


in Hinduism holy water is called GangaJal. It is the water of Ganga river.


To make the Ganga water pollution free river


it is important b"coz it is the one river which gives us pure water


River ganga is know as mother of all river and its water is meant sacred by Hindu people. They belive that if a person wants to exculpate himself he should go to river ganga and take bath in it with true heart ask for acquittal then ganga water washed all his sin and he can be granted moksh i.e. ulitmate freedom from the cycle of worldy things


the river ganges benefits because it feeds the population water


There's this one about the river Ganga, called GangaJal (The holly water):


The river Ganga (also known as the Ganges River), is considered sacred by the Hindu people. It is personified as a goddess in the Hindu religion. There are many traditions based around this river, such as bathing in it, and immersing the ashes of family members that have passed away.


The River Ganges is a sacred river in India. It is 1557 miles long and is considered a holy river. The people believe that a dip in the Ganga water can wash away all the sins. Ganga is regarded as the Goddess and is worshipped among the Hindus.


the ganga provides sweet water which is most necessary for man and his animals for their survival,it is also used for developing hydro-electricity as well


In the Indian Language it is called the Ganga River. In America, they call it the Ganges.


There is no water God excartly.But there are three gods who can be accounted for this. 1. God Varuna - Rain God. 2. God Samudhra - Sea God. 3. Godess Ganga - though Ganga is river,she is ofteqn refered to as water.


Because they cant get the oxygen from spoiled water.


I think they call the ganges the river ganga. They named it after the water god ma Ganga. Actually, the Ganges is known in India as Gangamai which means "Mother Ganges" according to Hindu beliefs, the Ganges is a sacred river that brings ife to its people.


Where is the river 'Ganges' Varanasi, India Why? It has long been considered a holy river by Hindus and worshiped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism. For Hindus in India, the Ganga is not just a river but a mother, a goddess, a tradition, a culture and much more. Some Hindus also believe life is incomplete without bathing in the Ganga at least once in one's lifetime. Many Hindu families keep a vial of water from the Ganga in their house. This is done because it is prestigious to have water of the Holy Ganga in the house, and also so that if someone is dying, that person will be able to drink its water. Many Hindus believe that the water from the Ganga can cleanse a person's soul of all past sins, and that it can also cure the ill. The ancient scriptures mention that the water of Ganges carries the blessings of Lord Vishnu's feet; hence Mother Ganges is also known as Vishnupadi, which means "Emanating from the Lotus feet of Supreme Lord Sri Vishnu.


Because river water is a running water which doesnt stays at one place...in biology it is said if a substain doesnt movies from its place, it can get lost of germs etc... eg: if the blood doesnt flows in our whole body ,you know what will happen. hope you got me. :)


Besides irrigation, food and tourism, "It has long been considered a holy river by Hindus and worshiped as the goddess Ganga in Hinduism." "For Hindus in India, the Ganga is not just a river but a mother, a goddess, a tradition, a culture and much more. Some Hindus also believe life is incomplete without bathing in the Ganga at least once in one's lifetime. Many Hindu families keep a vial of water from the Ganga in their house. This is done because it is prestigious to have water of the Holy Ganga in the house, and also so that if someone is dying, that person will be able to drink its water. Many Hindus believe that the water from the Ganga can cleanse a person's soul of all past sins, and that it can also cure the ill. The 2,525 km (1,569 mi) river rises in the western Himalayas in the Indian state of Uttarakhand, and flows south and east through the Genetic Plain of North India into Bangladesh, where it empties into the Bay of Bengal. It is the longest river of India and is the second greatest river in the world by water discharge.[4] The Ganges basin is the most heavily populated river basin in the world, with over 400 million people and a population density of about 1,000 inhabitants per square mile (390 /km2).


Varanasi is situated at the bank of river Ganga, and is one of the sacred place for hindus's as they belive that one who by true heart apologies for his sins and ask for forgiveness and then bath in river ganga water will be freed from all sins and will get MOKSHA the ultimate destiny of every soul



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