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How many people visit the river ganges each year?

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Did the Ganges River overflow every year?

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How many people visit the Indian Ganges river each year?

up to 18-22 million.


How many times does the ganges river flood each year?

its depand upon rainfall


Does the river ganges dry up in summer?

River ganga is one of the major river of India which provide life to almost 30 million people and other animals it water get lower in some part of year but never dries up....


What is the meaning of jahnavi?

Name for Ganga, The river Ganges. She was Named Jahnavi because She came out of the year of Jahnu Maharishi.


Does the river Ganges freeze over?

The Ganges is not said to freeze over. This river, the largest in India, is situated in a geographical area that is generally fairly warm throughout the year. The headwaters of the Ganges are difficult to specify, and those streams high in the Himalayans spring from water that is melted from glaciers or snow. Some of these will freeze in winter. The main flow of the Ganges will, however, never be so cold. A link can be found below to learn more.


How is the Ganges river special for Hindu's?

THE GANGES RIVERBeing 2,525 km. long, Ganges is the longest river in India. 400 million people live in its basin. Its average discharge into the bay of Bengal of 42, 470 cubic meters / second is the second highest in the world, next only to Amazon. These facts themselves make the river very sacred.WATER - IN HINDUISMIn Hinduism water symbolizes the semi voluntary force, which Vishnu represents. The semi voluntary force is the greatest assimilator of emotions. Thus, the ashes of dead people and clay Ganesha, which symbolizes unwanted emotions stored in the entire year, are immersed in water.THE GANGES - IN HINDUISMGanga, originates from the matted hair of Shiva. Shiva resides in Kailasa. Gangotri, from where Ganges originates is close to Mt. Kailas. Because of this geographical fact, the belief in Ganges is very deep rooted in Hindu minds.Thus, Hindus believe that Ganges is a short cut to Hindu gods.Hindus believe that bathing in Ganges washes off their sins and enables them to attain Moksha.Thus, the economic importance of Ganges, the sacredness of water in Hinduism and the origin of Ganges near Mt. Kailas make Ganges more sacred than any other river in India.


How many people visit the river thames a year?

Thousands of people visit the River Thames every year. Millions of people have visited the river altogether. The number of people varies depending on the time of the year.


What are the positive effects of the ganges river?

1. It brings the fertile alluvial silt from the Himalayas and flood the Ganges plain making it one of the most fertile tracts in the world. 2. It makes 12 waterfalls before reaching Haridwar and is used to generate hydroelectricity. 3. Considered as the most sacred river, people bathe in it to be purified from their sins. 4. Canals leading from the main river is used as an effective means of irrigation in the plains. 5. As it is a perennial river, it provides water the year long.


What are the effects of ganges river?

1. It brings the fertile alluvial silt from the Himalayas and flood the Ganges plain making it one of the most fertile tracts in the world. 2. It makes 12 waterfalls before reaching Haridwar and is used to generate hydroelectricity. 3. Considered as the most sacred river, people bathe in it to be purified from their sins. 4. Canals leading from the main river is used as an effective means of irrigation in the plains. 5. As it is a perennial river, it provides water the year long.


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The Indus and the Ganges Rivers flow through to make the soil rich.

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