Gaṅgā - The Sacred River

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Mark Cartwright
by TheGodsOfIndia
published on 22 June 2016
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In Hinduism the river Ganges also known as the Ganga is personified as a Goddess. It is believed to wash away your sins and liberates the believer. Pilgrims travel far and wide to immerse the ashes of their loved ones in the river. Watch to find out more about the Sacred River of the Hindus.

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