They bring in 22,000 street lights; 38 hospitals; 30 police stations; 35,000 toilets and more. Then they tear it all down after two months.
Taj Mahal, Agra Varanasi Building in the Taj Mahal Complex, Agra Foggy Morning on Ganges, Buildings Tilting, Varanasi Foggy
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's rock-star love-fest with the American Indian diaspora at Madison Square Garden last week was hardly a policy address -- Modi's theme was India's potential greatness and his vision of how to enable it.
Everything we think in life, we think because of pre-programmed beliefs. Beliefs that came from parents and society. We are programmed, the minute we start learning, with beliefs that depend entirely on which country we're from, which race, which gender, which class, which religion.
Bharti, 55, dismissed media reports that the government would ban spitting in the Ganges as an "attempt to belittle our serious
If you've come all this way, why not take a dip in the Ganges -- what's the worst that can happen?
Every year millions of pilgrims travel to places with unique spiritual significance in hopes of experiencing elevation, transformation
The Sonepur Fair in Bihar, India takes place annually on the holy river Ganges. The cattle fair, held in the Indian state
How could it be that a river is an object of worship, yet permitted to get dirtier and dirtier, to become a threat to the health of the very people who revere it, even bathing in and drinking it as part of their ritual?