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Dawn of the Ganges River Ⅰ

The Ganges is a long river that is 2,510 kilometers long. It is regarded to be sacred in India, and it rises in Himalaya and flows into the vast plain to the Bay of Bengal in the east India. It is called as Ganga in India, but internationally, it is widely known as Ganges.

Any Hindus in India store the bottle of holy water fetched from the Ganges. They still believe that all of their sin will be forgiven if they wash their body in the Ganges. They wish they could be with the Ganges when they die and after they die.

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  • Uploaded on September 1, 2009
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