Known to be the most sacred river in India, the Ganges River is famous not only for being the center of most religious rituals, but also for being historically significant among Indians. It is the longest river that runs through India and empties into the Bay of Bengal in the southern part. It also borders India from Bangladesh as it rises in the western Himalayas and passes through the Gangetic Plain.
Its religious significance is well-known as many mythologies are attributed to the presence of the Ganges River. Hindus are known to worship the river, associated with the Hindu goddess Ganga, which provides the daily needs to those who call it home. Traditional and [Read more…]