The goddess Ganga incarnated from the heaven to purify earth and its imperfections. The Indian scriptures have mentioned Ganga as one of the most holy river of the planet earth. According to Puranas, Ganga is considered the holiest place for worshiping and water of Ganga is used for offerings to the deities and purification of body, mind and soul. Hindus have belief that taking bath into Ganga helps them to get rid of all the sins. Geographically, the Ganga is a most important River of the Indian subcontinent, it’s flowing about 2,510 km through the Indian states of Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and in central Bangladesh.
Our team found that people are spoiling Ganga by the sewage and industrial effluents.
The pollution of Ganga was attributed to the faith of millions who believe that the Ganga is mother, and Goddess who has the infinite power to wash the sins of the people.
However, The Namo Gange Trust is firmly determined to save river Ganga which is one of the ancient heritage of India.
Namo Gange Trust decided to think globally and act locally while launching its Aviral Ganga Mission.
We are reaching to the different sections of the societies, communities, schools and industries to discuss the issues of Ganga.