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Will the Ganges get a cleanup?

The title of the New Yorker article “What It Takes To Clean The Ganges” caught me, I thought this might just be a regurgitation of my LA degree with a bit of idealistic journalistic oomph, but I bit anyway. 316 more words

Landscape Architecture

The Faces of Varanasi and the Ganga

Photos by Maria Bitarello

Varanasi, Old Delhi, Nizamuddin East (New Delhi)
India – 2016

Ferrania / Ilford HP5 Plus 120mm 142 more words

Non-fiction

India: Monsoon Floods and Dengue Fever

It was only two months ago that I blogged about how the impoverished families involved in our humanitarian project in India were suffering from heat and drought. 438 more words

Destinations And Tips

July 4, 1961: Revolutionary Pipe Joint Patent; 1832: Letter from Chester Averill about Cholera; 2013: Natural Immunity from Cholera

July 4, 1961: On this date, Patent Number 2,991,092 was issued to Mr. J. W. MacKay of the American Cast Iron Pipe Company in Birmingham, Alabama, for the Fastite push-on-rubber gasket joint for iron pipe. 604 more words

Water

Brain Bashing the Way to Moksha

Day 72: Varanasi

Our efforts to be up in time to watch the sun rise over the Ganges are in yawning vain. The sun has already uncloaked itself from its nighttime wanders and thus, we’ve missed its grand entrance from a row boat on the river. 2,245 more words

Asia

Why Swimming Pools Are a Human Right

The Ganges River is seeped in holiness, tradition and pollution. Each year, millions of Hindu pilgrims travel to its riverbanks to bathe in its holy water and cremate their dead. 601 more words

India

RishiKesh: I'm Coming

It’s summer, and while all you might want to do at the moment is sit and laze around to beat the Delhi heat, there’s a much better option to keep you cool and active  — adventure travel. 239 more words

Travel