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India is killing the Ganges and the Ganges in turn is killing India The waterway that has nourishedpeople than any on earth for three millennia is now so polluted with sewage and toxic waste that it has become a menace to human and animal health Victor Mallet traces the holy river from source to mouth and from ancient times to the present day to find that the battle to rescue what is arguably the world's most important river is far from lost As one Hindu sage told the author in Rishike

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River of Life River of Death The Ganges and India's FutureEmerges pure and cold from an icy cave known as the Cow's Mouth and ending in the tiger infested mangrove swamps of the Bay of Bengal Mallet encounters everyone from the naked holy men who worship the river to the engineers who divert its waters for irrigation the scientists who study its bacteria and Narendra Modi the Hindu nationalist prime minister who says he wants to save India's mother river for posterity Can they succeed in saving the river from catastrophe ― or is it too late

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kindle ô River of Life River of Death The Ganges and India's Future Û ´ [EPUB] ✼ River of Life River of Death The Ganges and India's Future By Victor Mallet – Feedmarkformulate.co.uk India is killing the Ganges and the Ganges in turn is killing India The waterway that has nourishedpeopSh on the banks of the upper Ganges known to Hindus as the goddess Ganga 'If Ganga dies India dies If Ganga thrives India thrives The lives of 500 million people is no small thing' Drawing on four years of first hand reporting and detailed historical and scientific research Mallet delves into the religious historical and biological mysteries of the Ganges and explains how Hindus can simultaneously revere and abuse their national river Starting at the Himalayan glacier where the Ganges