Saturday, June 21, 2014



Before the Suez canal was built,  British East India company ships would stock up Ganges water from the fag end of Ganges river  off Calcutta.  This water would hold excellent quality till the ship arrived at London, and sailors would be in the pink of health .

On the reverse passage they would stock fresh water from river Thames and this water would develop fungus , have bacteria and stink, and the water had to be discarded and replenished enroute .  Sailors used to he half dead by the time the ship reached India.

The FAKE Kabirdas ( all DASAS are FAKE and back dated creations of Rothschild ) was attributed with this verse by the immoral white invader "Hell flows along that river, with rotten men and beasts”

Probably the FAKE Kabirdas ( died 1518 AD ) forgot that the white invader had also written that Kabirdas came floating down Ganges river on a lotus leaf, born out of immaculate conception (sic!), for a Muslim weaver couple to pick him up at Varanasi ghats.

The FAKE Ravidas ( Varanasi wallah ) was the Guru of the FAKE Meera ( reborn gopika –sic!) who sang songs for the FAKE mistress of Lord Krishna Radha.

Below: Faith can move mountains-- toxic chemical foam - kaun sa khet ka beetroot hai  ?

Below : A great desh bhakt PM Narendra Modi brings hope to 1 billion Hindus.

Hullo Narendra Modi , listen up -- Spending thousands of crores to clean Ganga will not help until its normal flow is restored. .

A quarter century ago, I had an argument with a Dutch river pilot .  When I pointed out some white chemical ( Styrene ) foam in water river water and a dead sea gull  , he ridiculed the holy river Ganges .   

I instantly busted his bubble by telling him that the Ganges which flows from the mythical hairlocks of Lord Shiva is self cleansing due to the action of bacteriophages ,  silver/ himalayan salt colloids  and hyper oxygenation—and it is the only river on the planet which has this ability.

He expostulated— BACTERIOPHAGE whaaaaa ?

I replied – Bacterio fu#kin’ phage indeed !

Bacteriophage, is a virus,  any of a group of viruses that infect bacteria—it literally means  “bacteria eater” . 

Thousands of varieties of such phages exist, each of which may infect only one type or a few types of bacteria..  The nucleic acid may be either DNA or RNA and may be double-stranded or single-stranded.

During infection a phage attaches to a bacterium and inserts its genetic material into the cell.  After this a phage follows one of two life cycles, lytic (virulent) or lysogenic (temperate).  Lytic phages take over the machinery of the cell to make phage components.  They then destroy, or lyse, the cell, releasing new phage particles.

After the discovery of antibiotics in the 1940s it was virtually abandoned.  With the ever increasing rise of anti-biotic resistant bacteria , phages will now command fresh attention.

More than 120 years ago there was a cholera outbreak in India and dead bodies were dumped in the upper river. Yet strangely Ganges water did NOT spread the cholera down the river . 

A British bacteriologist by the name of Dr Ernest Hankin found that colonies of cholera bacteria that thrived in ground water quickly died in Ganges water.  He pursued his experiment by using boiled Ganges water and filtered Ganges water. 

To his surprise, while the filtered water ( which could not hold back nano colloids ) continued to show an antibacterial effect, the boiled water did not.  Heating water flocculates ( agglomerates ) and sediments the magic colloids and also kills the magic bacteriophages.

Ganges is heavily populated with phages which multiply rapidly , travel fast and home in on targets . They are harmless to humans because they are strain specific.  This means phages that infect the cholera bacterium can only infect the cholera bacterium and no other bacteria.

When a bacteriophage finds a bacterium with proteins which match its receptors, it can insert DNA or RNA into the bacterium and direct the organism to start producing replicas of the virus.

In the process of replicating the bacteriophage, many bacteria will experience lysis, in which they literally explode as they become overloaded with viruses.

Unlike antibiotics, phages take out the pathogen without harming the natural flora and friendly bacteria present in the body . The EVIL PHARMA has killed all effeorts to revive phage research.  Bacteriophages which are viruses infect and kill their host bacteria by a magical SEARCH AND DESTROY action. 

Phages have been keeping keeping bacteria in check for three and a half billion years! Antibiotics have been around for a few decades are they are already failing to do their job.

60 years ago people would put a few drops of Ganga water into ponds and it would kill all the bacterial growth.   Even today the polluted Ganga that kills pathogens twenty-five times faster than any other river. But with the onslaught of toxic chemicals from tanneries this rate has slowed down.

Dams have prevented the phages from doing their job. There are phages for all bacteria. A cholera phage can only attach to a cholera bacteria, an E. coli phage only to that specific E. coli and so on. They simply bide their time until they can sense that bacteria .

A phage or virus is a kind of macromolecule. It cannot replicate itself in nature. It has to penetrate the body of a suitable host and use its mechanism to replicate.  It can hang around in shady waters for years, but you won’t notice it because there is no host. It will only express itself when there is a bacterial host. 

Without a host in sight it just remains dormant. The phage that will kill cholera will not kill shigella dysentery even though they are both diarrhoeal diseases. And one that kills shigella will not kill typhoid, and so on.

 The bacteria which phages feed on can come from human bodies when they bathe. The human body in water in fact acts as a catalyst.  The higher the concentration of bathers the more food for the phages to feast on.  So wherever there are major bathing festivals like the Kumbh mela,phages will flock.

Isko boltha hai Bhagwaan ki leela !

Having found out its prey, the phage will multiply and the whole area suddenly becomes rich in phages.  So a few days after a Kumbh Mela the riversuddenly acquired greater powers of self-purification.

Now you get the drift why Capt Ajit Vadakayil got pissed off with the ignoramus river pilot in Netherlands.

Bacteriphages can eliminate the bacteria in the water. Compared to antibiotics, bacreriophages go deeper into the infected area. The replication of phages is concentrated on the infected area where they are needed the most. 

Bacteriophages are viruses cannot multiply through the division of cells because they are acellular (they do not have cells).  Instead, they seek a host cell in which they replicate and assemble themselves using the metabolism and machinery of the host cell.  Antibiotics are metabolized and removed from the body, with associated side effects.

Now let me talk about the magical nano colloids in Ganges water.

300 million years ago, these magic colloids were at the bottom of the sea, and was churned up when two continents banged against each other at the end of the great continental drift. 

The Himalayas were pushed up when two continents collided .  This is why Tibet is elevated and Mount Everest is the tallest mountain peak , which is still rising.   Rock salts from the bottom of the deep ocean were pushed up as mountains.

It is electrically charged nano size colloids of Himalayan rock salt which protects the human body from free radicals and heals the human body.   This is why Ganges water is called LIVING WATER.  

This low surface tension water contains all the 83 odd minerals required by the human body in the correct dosage, to take it to the correct vibrational state where all cells dance in supreme harmony.  

Three years ago when I wrote this post below , it would have surprised a lot of “protein biology doctors".

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Ganges water heals at the cellular level.  Hardly any modern doctors understand the strange tango of minerals in the human cell.

Ganges water  is highly alkaline and has an extraordinary amount of hydrogen with an extra electron, to neutralize damaging free radicals , which cause DNA damage, diseases and ageing.  

It holds high amounts of silver colloids , is highly sunbathed and oxygenated , and is indeed bio-energised miracle water.  

Low surface tension water ( normal is 73 dynes ) can store information for healing in its vibratory structure. It easily penetrates the 75 trillion cells and mitochondrial membranes, to supply nutrients and flush away toxins. 

As we grow old our bodies are NOT able to absorb water into the cells. We are more than 70% of water.

Ganges water has been kept in copper pots at the Shiva temple at Rameshwaram and has NOT developed algae and bacteria for centuries.  

Ionised water is structured water with hydrogen bonding and have positive polarity.  All other waters are negative in polarity.  

Majority of people have died after living their lives on this planet by never drinking living water.

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The Ganges river holds silver colloids. When river water carrying suspended sediment particles reaches salty water, particle aggregation is an important factors responsible for river delta formation. Charged particles are stable in river’s fresh water containing low levels of salt, but they become unstable in sea water containing high levels of salt.  In the latter medium, the particles aggregate, the larger aggregates sediment, and thus create the river delta.  

Particle aggregation is normally an irreversible process. Once particle aggregates have formed, they will not easily disrupt. In the course of aggregation, the aggregates will grow in size, and as a consequence they may settle to the bottom of the container, which is referred to as sedimentation). 

Silver colloids causes bacteria to produce extremely toxic substances called reactive oxygen species. These go on to cause damage inside the cell, harming the DNA, proteins and even the membrane that surround cells. Ayurveda used colloidal silver for curing urinary tract and vaginal yeast infections and treating various diseases including Cancer, Alzhiemers disease, Parkinsons disease, Rheumatism, Arthritis ( dispersal of calcium ) , Diabetis , Colitis, food poisoning , Tetanus etc.  

Negative ions give clarity of thought and energy.  Nike uses silver to deodorise basketball shoes. Colloidal silver has an electrical NEGATIVE ionic charge ( anion ) , which disables certain enzymes. Silver invades diseased cells to destroy pathogens and immediately flush it out . It neutralises free radicals.  Colloidal silver has an electrical NEGATIVE ionic charge ( anion ) , which disables certain enzymes. 

Silver invades diseased cells to destroy pathogens and immediately flush it out . It neutralises free radicals. Remember, broad band antibiotics are effective against a dozen organisms ( till they become resistant super bugs ), while silver is effective against about 700. The wealthy ate with silver spoons in ancient India . The vedic soldiers used catalyst silver foil on their skin abrasions and burns.


It is safe for pregnant women, being an electromagnetic process. Electrolytically-dissolved silver has been used as a water disinfecting agent, for example, the drinking water supplies of the Russian Mir orbital station and the International Space Station. Silver and most silver compounds have an oligodynamic effect and are toxic for bacteria, algae, and fungi in vitro. 

Among the elements that have this effect, silver is the least toxic for humans. The antibacterial action of silver is dependent on the silver ion.  The effectiveness of silver compounds as an antiseptic is based on the ability of the biologically active silver ion (Ag+) to irreversibly damage key enzyme systems in the cell membranes of pathogens. 

Now I must tell you why ancient Indian rishis drank water from copper lotas ( pots ).  

They cleaned the copper pot with tamarind and then filled it up with lake water, the previous day and drank it the next day morning.

This cleaning with tamarind causes copper colloids to leach into the water overnight. Algae, viruses , E coli and many other pathogens are killed. 

This anti-oxidant water takes care of free radicals and hence is anti-inflammatory.. There is NO need to boil the water. This water makes your sperm more potent. 

This water can cure sinus like magic ( nasal irrigation )  .  It takes care of hypertension too.

I had talked about the surface tension of Ganges water. A single molecule of water looks like a letter V at an angle of 105 deg , with one oxygen atom at the bottom point and two hydrogen atoms at the top.  These atoms share some of their negatively charged electrons, forming a strong connection called a covalent bond.  POINT FIELD.

If you make the sound "OM" in front of a drop of liquid, it will transform itself into a Sri Yantra which is very specific visual form which is symmetrical and also holographic, in that every bit of it contains all of it.  Molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words, and feelings. 

The average electron density around the oxygen atom in a water molecule is about 10 times that around the hydrogen atoms.  This non uniform distribution of positive and negative charges or strong DIPOLE present in water leads to the substance’s unusual behavior. 


All water crystals have 6 branches--but NO two are alike. If you reduce the surface tension of water from 75 dynes / cm^ 2,  to 65 then the angle changes from 105 to 120. This water is good for the human body.

Water makes up 65% of the human body. Brain is 83% water, blood-92%, kidneys - 82%, liver-69% , muscles-75%, bones-28%.  Though water freezes at zero deg C , however if it is kept inside the capillaries which have the dimensions less than a hair thickness, it will remain fluid even at a very low temperature below zero .  

The most mysterious and controversial property of water, however, is its ability to hold and store memory. This property underlies the healing capability of homeopathy.  

A homeopathic solution usually in water is produced via a series of dilutions of a substance, often until effectively no atoms of the original material remain.  

Same way, one single drops of Ganges water purifies a large pot of water.  Only an imprint or memory remains for the cure, and the greater the dilution, the greater the effectiveness. 

Experiments showed that the immune system can be triggered using hundred times dilutions of an aqueous solution of an antibody.. If water has a memory then the water we drink is transferring its memory into our "water body," just like a homeopathic solution does.  

Hindus immerse their ashes of their ancestors in the holy Ganga . The river holds the memory of Bharatmata.

Human vibrational energy, thoughts, words, ideas and music, affect the molecular structure of water. The body is very much like a sponge and is composed of trillions of chambers called cells that hold liquid.  In this sense water not only has the ability to visually reflect the environment but it also molecularly reflects the environment. 

Ganges water has been responsible for thousands of unexplainable healings. Water registers precise molecular information about the world around it, and that is extremely sensitive to these frequencies coming into it. 

Water remembers, or stores this information, and that it can transport this into new environments when it travels through various water cycles. Excessive dams in a river interfere with the process.

The oceans have a water cycle where vast internal rivers,that we call ocean currents, flow through all the salt waters of our world, carrying warm and cold waters to affect various countries' weather patterns, flora and fauna. Water responds to subtle events even far out in the cosmos and that it is a far more sensitive medium for reception .
It is also known that water receives cosmic radiation as extreme low frequencies everywhere, even deep down five kilometres below the sea, creating resonances or vibrations that are healing and healthy for nature since the world began. the moon, the sun and even the stars communicate with water, and our earth itself is retuning its resonances constantly to this influx.

Water is the universal solvent, being one of the best solvents we have, with 84 out of the known 103 elements on this planet being dissolved by it. If you drink water that’s harmonious to the human body, water will pass through the body within ten to 15 minutes.  The (harmonious) water will carry out toxins. 

Ordinary water has a surface tension of 73 dynes per centimeter, our body cells require 45 for fast permeation and hydration.  If the ST is too high, the cell drowns in its own waste products as there will be less flushing action.  

Scalar energy from the DNA of healers reduce the surface tension of water, and make the pH of the water more alkaline.  Water, sanctified by chanting mantras or by bathing an idol is known as theertham. 

‘Living water’ is an organized state of matter and energy, and capable of storing and transmitting information.  Water in everything we eat or drink carry with it a subtle informational content that imparts a "memory" into our "water body." The visual images that we encounter, the sounds that we hear, and our thoughts are encoded into the water of our cells to become a part of our unconscious mind.

Molecules of water are affected by our thoughts, words, and feelings. The implications go beyond homeopathy and ’energy medicine" and into the interaction between water and consciousness. Water has a memory in which it stores information about the surrounding sounds, chemicals and even human emotions. 

Water retains information, even after the most stringent purification and filtration processes . The memory is stored in clusters of H20 molecules that are formed when several molecules join together.

Our thoughts and expectations broadcast energy like a radio station that influence matter on the subatomic quantum level.  If you intend that quantum particles should act or behave in a certain way, they will do as you intend.  If another man thought they should behave in a completely different way, they did just that as well. In other words, the very particles that make up our physical reality changed and responded according to the specific thoughts of the observing individual’s expectations.

The water molecule is not linear but bent in a special way. As a result, part of the molecule is negatively charged and part positively charged.

The hydrogen ion is positively charged. A water ioniser changes the hydrogen ion into a negative charge. Free radicals are a natural byproduct of cellular function. Free radicals expel an electron, and the extra electron damages neighboring cell nuclei and DNA, setting the stage for improper cell division and replication.

The chemistry of life is water chemistry. Without water's capacity to store and share information as different vibrating frequencies in an extraordinary manner,living cells would not be able to communicate with each other .  Water can propagate fast moving 5th dimension antigravity soliton waves, maintaining its shape and velocity without dissipating its energy ( example- tsunami ).

Building a dam to hold water is a STUPID way.  The enormous water body ( artificial lake ) causes massive loss of water due to evaporation.  

The bright thing to do is to store the water underground.  And this is what a free flowing river does . It recharges aquifers hundreds of miles away from the river banks. 

When will the mindless IDIOTS – nay CHOOTS-- understand all this?   The underground bank of water ( where there is NO evaporation or flow to the sea ) is called an AQUIFER.

Now it is time to elucidate the difference between a MAD MAN and a CHOOT.

For my foreign readers— a CHOOT is a stinking dripping pussy.

A gold medalist scientist had a car tyre puncture.

While changing the tyre the 4 nuts fell into the street sewer drain -- through the grills.  He was at a total loss what to do next .

Pretty soon a bunch of people came to ask him what the problem is.

On hearing the problem -- they consulted each other and offered a solution.

Remove one nut from all the other 3 tyres and use it for the spare tyre to be fixed.

Continue the journey and get 4 new nuts at the nearest city.

The scientist did what they suggested.

Then he wanted to know who they are.

On knowing that they are mad people from the nearby mental asylum taking an evening walk, he was surprised.

He cried:  “You guys should NOT be in the mental asylum at all , there is nothing wrong with you ” .

One of the men told him:

" Sir, we may be mad--  but we are not CH00TS. "

India’s 12TH  Five-Year plan (2012 – 2017) for energy development requires Uttarakhand to build 24 more big dams by 2017 to generate 6,858 megawatts of electricity.   Sorry, we Indians do NOT want it.


So who are the choots responsible for so many dams on the upper Ganges , that has killed the river on the lower side ?

Do they know that the Ganges river requires a constant water flow ( without stagnant pools ) to do its self purification process ?

Above :  When dams release water suddenly, the intense water flow removes smaller sediments like silt, sand, and gravel, as well as aquatic plants and animals and organic leafy debri. Complex sets of habitats are erased. The riverbed below the dam becomes like a pavement of cobbles and loses its value as habitat for plants, macroinvertebrates, and fish.

Above: Rounded stones lying under water for thousands of years are stolen for landscaping rich men's gardens.


High levels of nitrogen and phosphorus in the water most often come from agricultural runoff ( using artificial fertilizers ) and urban detergent laden waste water.   Such human-induced eutrophication causes low dissolved oxygen concentrations in water .  Pure Ganges water has very high level of dissolved oxygen compared to other rivers on this planet.

What worsens the situation in urban India is the construction of illegal structures and slums-as a part of vote bank politics.  Such slums are usually not connected to the city’s sewage systems.  It is therefore important for India to invest in building affordable sewage systems—rather than giving 10 billion euro to Italy—nay—Euro zone so that they can drink better wine..  Aerobic bacteria requires oxygen to survive.

To understand the TRINITY force field of Hinduism –

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Where Lord Brahma is the creator, Lord Vishnu is the mediator ( preserver )  and Lord Shiva is the destroyer.  The trinity works in amazing harmony, preserving the cosmos .

These force fields have been personalized in Hinduism . Our ancient scriptures and Vedas are all allegorical and coded, and it requires perception to understand the inherent glory .. I must explain this amazing trinity concept for the layman. 

At home when we go for a crap and we pull the flush after the job, the feces goes to the septic tank. This concrete tank, has heavy slabs and does NOT allow oxygen and light to enter. Here the bacteria is ANaerobic, which thrives in methane but dies in oxygen.

Now imagine , you remove a concrete slab of this tank allowing oxygen to enter the tank. ANaerobic bacteria will soon start dying ( intelligent action of Lord Shiva ) and it will start stinking.  But at the same time an intelligent force field of Lord Brahma will start producing aerobic bacteria which thrives in oxygen , but will die in methane. 

How this intelligent morphogenetic transition takes place and its rate is controlled by another intelligent field of Lord Vishnu as the mediator.  

Pretty soon all ANearobic bacteria will be dead and the septic tank will be full of aerobic bacteria in a seamless change over.On the ship we have a sewage treatment plant.  Here an aerator blower runs 24 hours a day, 365 days in a year.  How this intelligent morphogenetic transition takes place and its rate is controlled by another intelligent field of Lord Vishnu as the mediator.

Pretty soon all ANearobic bacteria will be dead and the septic tank will be full of aerobic bacteria in a seamless change over.

On the ship we have a sewage treatment plant.  Here an aerator blower runs 24 hours a day, 365 days in a year. 

So all these stories injected by the white invader in our Hindu scriptures about Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva holding competitions as to who is more powerful — you now know what they are worth , right?


It is like ANaerobic bacteria saying that I am more powerful than aerobic bacteria.


action saying that I am more powerful than reaction


north pole saying that I am more powerful than south pole.


evaporation saying that I am more powerful than condensation.

Excessive nitrate (NO3) in drinking water can cause human and animal health problems, particularly for small babies.  The United States Public Health Service has established a specific standard of 10 milligrams of nitrate nitrogen per liter as the maximum concentration safe for human consumption. 

The maximum contaminant level for nitrate, as set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), is 10 mg/liter, or 10 ppm.   In the body nitrates are converted to nitrites.  The nitrites react with hemoglobin in the red blood cells to form methemoglobin, affecting the blood’s ability to carry enough oxygen to the cells of the body . 

Nitrate or nitrites in drinking water are associated with cancer in adults. Nitrate is reduced to nitrite in the gut and nitrite reacts with specific food breakdown products (amines) to form highly carcinogenic nitrosamines.  This is a convoluted path to cancer, but is assuming greater importance as nitrate in food and drinking water slowly increases worldwide.

To prevent nitrates in water apply two-thirds to three-fourths of the planned artificial fertilizer nitrogen just before the crop enters a period of rapid growth.  Proper timing ensures maximum daily nitrogen uptake and minimizes the likelihood of unused nitrogen leaching below the plant roots. 

In the olden days , Ganges river overflowed during floods to despoit amazing fertile silt on either side of the bansk to enrich the humous water holding soil.

During the summer months, when water is warm, oxygen can be consumed faster than it can be replenished. Dam water dreserviots become "stratified"; the warmer, oxygen-rich upper water laying on top of the cool, more dense, lower-oxygen deeper water.

Such conditions inhibit levels of beneficial bacteria and their breakdown of organics.  Bottom muck accumulation increases . This thermal stratification also makes conditions favorable for the production of noxious ammonia and hydrogen sulfide gases.

Oxygen is easily dissolved in water.  In fact, it is so soluble that water can contain a greater percentage of oxygen than the atmosphere.   Because of this phenomenon, oxygen naturally moves (diffuses) from the air into the water. 

Aeration of the water surface by winds and waves enhances this diffusion process.  Vertical mixing of the water, aided by winds, distributes the oxygen within the water body.  Water temperature of wide open dam reservoirs affects the capacity of water to retain dissolved oxygen.

It is estimated that more than 620 million people in India still defecate in the open and more than 70 % of Indian households do not treat their drinking water .  Mind you in 300 years flat the white invader robbed us blind and converted India from the riches nation to the poorest on the planet.

These are the same people who are sarcastic with us for being poor and unhygienic.  

Knowing that interlinking rivers was No 1 in the election manifesto of the new PM Narendra Modi, I have penned a post— warning of the irreversible dangers .

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1300 million Indians can survive without hydroelectric power. But they cannot survive without water.

India must plan on building clean nuclear power using Thorium based reactors. Till we attain this technology, we must build nuclear plants for generating power , rather than kill our rivers. 

A small nuclear plant like at Kudankulam can generate more power than the Tehri dam which killed the Ganga.

Solar power and wind power can only be used to augment, and they cannot be the main stay.

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Indian must know what the 7000 year old Kumbh Mela is all about.   A known Hindu baiter Azam Khan was in charge of the last Kumbh Mela .


It is the wish of every Hindu to be cremated . Getting buried after death in unimaginable for him. 

Poor people cannot afford the wood to cremate their near and dear. This is the reason why half burnt bodies are dumped in the Ganges river. 

The practice of unburnt bodies being dumped in the river must be stopped and culprits must be traced , fined and imprisoned.

The Modi govt must construct electric crematoriums with double generator power back up.  Out of these 25% crematoriums must be FREE for the desperately poor . 

Burning wood for cremating bodies must have a heavy government surcharge tax , so that Hindus are encouraged to use electric crematoriums.

Special attention must be paid to the exhaust pipe of the electric furnace. I have detailed it in the post below.

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The biggest threat to a Hindu is someone telling him that he will NOT be cremated after his death.  Even a hard core well knit unit like LTTE disintegrated after Bro Pirbakaran ( converted Christian ) banned cremation.

Varanasi has nearly 100 ghats, steps leading to the banks of River Ganga.  Most of the ghats are bathing ghats, while others are used as cremation sites.

There are many FALSE tales associated with these ghats , cooked up by the white invader.  For example –  The spectacular Dashashwamedh  Ghat  located close to Vishwanath Temple, is the place where Lord Brahma sacrificed ten horses in a Yagna. 

Sanatana Dharma did NOT have any animal or human sacrifice. All such episodes are FAKE and poison injected into Hindusim to make the Hindu self loathing.. Even the famous Ashwamedha sacrifice does NOT involve the sacrifice of a white horse.

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There is a concept called Moksha in Hinduism. After death a deserving soul  which has NIL karmic baggage is liberated from the endless cycle of births and rebirths.

In Hindusim we bury small children ( less than 28 weeks ) and jivanmukt holy men , as they do NOT have ego.   The body of the “realized man” or Jivan Mukt  continues to exist until his karmas and prarabdhas ( greater responsibility ) has worked itself out,  and then his mortal coil falls away on his own free will , and he attains Moksha.

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Many Bengalis have asked me why their favourite  Hilsa fish has disappeared from the Ganges. Well, today I will tell them what transpired.

We all think that fish keep swimming around from one place to another.  But most species species make only two really significant journeys in their lives.  

The first is shortly after birth, when fish move away from their spawning grounds, and the second occurs when the fish return to the spawning area to breed and die.

Before dams were built the only threats to this life journey was from bigger predators and fishermen, but now, fish face insurmountable barriers in the form of dams.  If they can't get back to the spawning grounds, then fish populations dramatically decrease.

That's where fish ladders come in (you may also hear them referred to as fish passages or fishways).   Fish ladders provide a detour route for migrating fish so that they can get over or around a dam that's blocking the way.  

You may wonder –what the fu#k ? 

How can a fish climb a effin' ladder ? 

Basically the fish ladder is a series of ascending pools that are reached not by climbing rungs, but by swimming against a stream of water. The fish leap through the cascade of rushing water, rest in the pool and then repeat the process until they're beyond the dam on the upper part of the river .

Just imagine Hilsa fish used to swing 1300 kilometers up the Ganges when NO dams existed. This is NO bull, as this fish stays in the sea and swims up the river only to spawn. Now they can only swim till the Farakka Barrage.  

The Farraka Barrage has prevented the spawning of migratory fish, and siltation compounds their problems, making the river bed too shallow for them to lay their eggs.

You can see thousand of fishing boats catching the Hilsa fish even before they could spawn— depriving the poor Bengali off his Hilsa machchi and mouth watering Macher Jhol.

While fish ladders are designed to get the fish back upstream to the spawning grounds, there may not be protection for the young fish going downstream.  Without built-in protection, the young fish could get caught in a turbine, for example, leading to injury or even death.

Fish passing free falling over a dam become stressed, injured, disoriented, or die . They get injured and shocked when in contact with turbines, the walls of the dam, or deflection screens.   They then exit into a relatively small area where their exposure to predators is increased.  

There is something called super saturation .  It is a danger for fish going over a dam or through its spillway.  When water is spilled over a dam huge turbulence is created . 

Because air is comprised of 78% nitrogen, the level of nitrogen dissolved in the water increase dramatically. The affected water does not lose the excess nitrogen quickly.  Supersaturated water enter tissues.  

If fish swim from an area supersaturated with nitrogen to a lower pressure area, a condition similar to “the bends” in scuba diving can occur. This effect causes injury and can even cause death to fish.

Salmon  are the most well-known species of fish that migrate up and down streams. As a species, salmon are called anadromous because they migrate from fresh water to the oceans and then back again.  

In the case of Hilsa they migrate from the sea up the fresh water river to spawn. 

The hilsa deposits its eggs in fresh water. Hilsa eggs are hatched in fresh water at about 73 degrees Fahrenheit. This fish initially feeds on zooplankton, and then on phytoplankton. Large scale impounding of water in upstream dam reservoirs later discharging will lower the temperature in spawning rivers, in addition to the turbulence 

There is no more Hilsa fish in Allahabad,  ever since the  construction of the Farakka Barrage in 1975. 

When they hatch, the larvae and juveniles migrate to sea over several months, feeding and growing en route. At this early stage of their life they are known locally as "Jatka," and range from 4-15 centimeters  in length. 

A mature Hilsa with a length ranging from 30-55 cm lays one lakh to 20 lakh eggs. The eggs are deposited in fresh water, and hatching takes place in about 24 hours .The newly hatched larvae is around 2.3 mm in size and the larvae and juveniles make their way downstream to the sea during a period of several months, feeding and growing on the way.

At this stage of their life cycle they are locally known as "Jatka". Usually Jatka grazes for five to six months age in fresh water before they migrate to seawater.

After growing for 1-2 years in sea, Hilsa shad matures and reaches an size of 35-55 cm prior to their spawning migration towards inland rivers, and the cycle continues. In 2006, the state’s government banned the catch of hilsa weighing less than 500 grammes.(. khoka ilish. ).  Hilsa fishing is now completely banned on either side of the Farakka barrage, 5 km upstream and 5 km downstream.

Hilsa fish nowadays tastes all fu#kin' balls . The rise of water temperature and water pollution has triggered early maturity of hilsa.  

Why blame Hilsa? 

In the west girls get their periods at the age of 9, while their great grandmothers got their periods at the age of 15.   

Hilsa would earlier take at least two years to become mature, it is now reaching maturity in a year.  Hilsa weighing a puny  150gm was found to be bearing eggs; something that should have been seen in Hilsa weighing 500gm or more. "



Down stream of a dam, the river is starved of its structural materials and cannot provide habitat.  Migratory fish like salmon, which are born upstream  may not survive their downstream trip  through a dam. They stand a poor chance of completing the round trip to spawn. 

Dams hold back not only fertile silt and sediment, but also debris. The life of organisms (including fish) downstream depends on the constant feeding of the river with debris. This debris includes leaves, twigs, branches, and whole trees, as well as the organic remains of dead animals. 

Debris not only provides food, it provides hiding places for all sizes of animals and surfaces for phytoplankton and microorganisms to grow. Without flooding and without a healthy riparian zone, this debris will be scarce. 

Adding to the problem, although debris might come from the river above the dam, it is instead trapped in the reservoir, and never appears downstream. The bottom level of the food web is removed. All in all, the loss of sediment and debris means the loss of both nutrients and habitat for aquatic life.

Dams on the Ganges river have decreased the flow of river water ,which means fewer habitats, nutrients, and increased stresses on aquatic life downstream. This has caused massive changes in the ecology and water quality of the river and its tributaries.

The devastation of freshwater ecosystems directly affects the livelihoods of millions of people who live upstream and downstream of dams, especially in India where a lot of people depend on farming and fishing.  

And this is in addition to the large numbers of people that are relocated to make way for the reservoirs.  If you work out the economics and logistics , dams costs outweigh their benefits.  

The rich western countries and the International banksters are very keen to lend money to India for building more dams on the Ganges.  Kickbacks to corrupt politicians cause things to be less transparent , even though the bad effects are irreversible.

Underground aquifers keep water unpolluted and safe without evaporation.  Flowing rivers feed underground aquifers hundreds of miles away from the banks.  This has been going on since antiquity.

The damage that dams cause to river ecosystems is immense, turning free-flowing waterways into lifeless lakes, killing plants and trees, blocking fish migration and breeding, driving species to extinction, and devastating established patterns of human life. Many species of fresh water fish in the ganges is now extinct.

By diverting water for power ( which can be produced by other means ), dams remove water needed for healthy in-stream ecosystems. Stretches below dams are often completely de-watered.

 Dams slow down rivers.  Many fish species, such as salmon, depend on steady flows to flush them downriver early in their life and guide them upstream years later to spawn. Stagnant reservoir pools disorient migrating fish and significantly increase the duration of their migration.

Dams alter water temperatures.  By slowing water flow, most dams increase water temperatures. Flowing rivers are fairly homogenous in temperature.  Dam reservoirs, on the other hand, are layered.  They are warm at the top and cold at the bottom. If water is released downstream, the down stream temperature is affected . Many macroinvertebrates depend on a regular cycle of temperatures throughout the year. When we change that, we endanger them. Fish are sensitive to these temperature irregularities, which often destroy native populations.

Dams alter timing of flows. By withholding and then releasing water to generate power for peak demand periods, dams cause downstream stretches to alternate between no water and powerful surges that erode soil and vegetation, and flood or strand wildlife. These irregular releases destroy natural seasonal flow variations that trigger natural growth and reproduction cycles in many species.

Dams decrease oxygen levels in reservoir waters.  When oxygen-deprived water is released from behind the dam, it kills fish downstream.

Dams hold back silt, debris, and nutrients.  By slowing flows, dams allow silt to collect on river bottoms and bury fish spawning habitat. Silt trapped above dams accumulates heavy metals and other pollutants. Gravel, logs and other debris are also trapped by dams, eliminating their use downstream as food and habitat.

Dams increase predator risk.  Warm, murky reservoirs often favor predators of naturally occurring species. In addition, passage through fish ladders or turbines injure or stun fish, making them easy prey for flying predators like gulls and herons.  You can see this yourself at any dam. 

The decay of Ganges river began with the Haridwar dam built in 1854 by the white invader. This dam greatly diminished the flow of the river.

Reservoirs from large dams evaporate huge quantities of water.  When a hydroelectric project results in inundation of a free-flowing river, the nesting, forage, and cover provided by these areas is temporarily or permanently lost.

Dam reservoirs trap nutrient-laden sediments behind the dam.  This reduces reservoir volumes and accelerates a cycle of eutrophication (or oxygen depletion) that results in increased plant and algal growth, bacterial decomposition that consumes oxygen, and release of phosphorus that nourishes further algal growth.

Organic materials from within and outside the river that would normally wash downstream get built up behind dams and start to consume a large amount of oxygen as they decompose. Algae blooms , create oxygen-starved “dead zones” incapable of supporting river life of any kind.

You can have high levels of dissolved oxygen at the top from the algal growth, and ten feet below that--zero.  So only the top ten feet of the reservoir is the only habitable area for river fish. There has been no practice to  periodically release a specific volume of water according to the level required to maintain the dolphins' habitat..  

Statistics have shown that the river dolphin population in India is at less than 2000, compared to more than 7000 , thrity years ago. When stream banks and riparian areas become covered by the dam reservoir’s higher water level, the result is called inundation. 

Habitat conditions change and a new equilibrium emerges. As this occurs, a different set of dynamics begin impacting species that traditionally grow, nest, feed, or spawn in these areas.

Most of the dams on the Ganges do NOT have the ability to remove result .  No silt removing tunnel was built into the dam.  When sediments collect, the ecosystem can be affected in two ways.  The downstream habitat conditions decline because these silt and sediments no longer provide important organic and inorganic nutrients.  

When sediment builds up behind a dam, an effect called “nutrient loading”can cause the supply of oxygen to be depleted.  This happ.
ens because more nutrients are now available, thus more organisms populate the dam adjacent reservoir area to consume the nutrients.  As these organisms consume the nutrients, more oxygen is used, depleting the supply of oxygen in the reservoir.

Below video: The thought of the ongoing DELIBERATE murder the river Ganges ( soul of Bharatmata )  launches me often into the song by Chris Rhea --THE ROAD TO HELL

I “attempted” to sing this Chris Rhea song in one of shipboard parties .  To be honest singing is one of the very few fields I have failed in my life.

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Some of my readers may think that my sailors ( and the captain himself) , are behaving in a frivolous manner .
There is a method to this madness –it has results .

It is VERY effective .

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Capt Ajit Vadakayil is one of the very few leaders on this planet, who managed by HUMOR MANAGEMENT— the ultimate in man and seaman management. 

These are things you do NOT fiind in books. This brand of man management is NOT taught in management and HR schools.

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The toxic chemical effluents from tanneries by the banks of the river Ganges, especially more than 400 tanneries at Kanpur has slowed down the self cleansing capability of the river Ganges—basically killing the bacteriophages and flocculating the magic Himalayan colloids..

All collids are electrically charged. Colloidal particles are in constant motion because of bombardment by molecules of dispersion medium. This motion is called Brownian motion.Contact with certain chemicals cause them to lose their charge.

 The river can get rid of organic pollutants—but non-biodegradable chemical pollutants makes the water toxic.  Regular BOD5 and COD tests must be done and recorded in a transparent website on the Internet with trends.

 BOD5 means  Biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) in water . It measures the amount of oxygen required or consumed for the microbiological decomposition (oxidation) of organic material in water.  The unit of Measurement is  mg/l of oxygen consumed in 5 days at a constant  temperature of 20°C in the dark.  

Basically BOD5 is a useful measure to assess the effectiveness of sewage water treatment processes.  BOD5 is a measure of the amount of oxygen that is consumed by bacteria as it breaks down organic matter in a sample during a five-day period under standardized conditions.

BOD5 limit could range from 5–50 mg/liter, depending upon your wastewater flow, receiving stream flow and the water quality standards of the receiving waters .

Legend has it that the 5-day BOD (Biological or Biochemical Oxygen Demand) test was developed in England.  Sewage was dumped in a river and it took five days for gora shit to travel from London to the North sea. -- hence the five-day incubation requirement in the BOD method.

The BOD5 of sewage varies from several hundred to about 1000 mg/l for raw sewage, and from about 10 to 20 mg/l for good quality secondary effluent
BOD can be used as a gauge of the effectiveness of wastewater treatment plants.  BOD is similar in function to chemical oxygen demand (COD), in that both measure the amount of organic compounds in water. However, COD is less specific, since it measures everything that can be chemically oxidized, rather than just levels of biologically active organic matter. Fish and aquatic insects may die when oxygen is depleted by microbial metabolism.

COD is a measure of the amount of oxygen required to breakdown the organic matter in a sample under very strong oxidizing conditions. During the COD test, the sample is subjected to boiling with sulfuric acid and a strong oxidizer, such as potassium dichromate. 

COD or Chemical Oxygen Demand is the total measurement of all chemicals in the water that can be oxidized.  COD is usually a measurement of chemicals and the test is simple and easy to perform with the right equipment and can be done in 2 hours.  

 A COD test measures all organic carbon with the exception of certain aromatics (benzene, toluene, phenol, etc.) which are not completely oxidized in the reaction. COD is a chemically chelated/thermal oxidation reaction, and therefore, other reduced substances such as sulfides, sulfites, and ferrous iron will also be oxidized and reported as COD.   NH3-N (ammonia) will NOT be oxidized as COD.

Most applications of COD determine the amount of organic pollutants found in surface water (e.g. lakes and rivers) or wastewater, making COD a useful measure of water quality. It is expressed in milligrams per liter (mg/L) also referred to as ppm (parts per million), which indicates the mass of oxygen consumed per liter of solution.

Jawaharlal Nehru, despite making the Tehri Dam had great respect for Ganga.  His grandson Rajiv Gandhi neglected the river.   The Italian Catholic woman killed the river in just 10 years of her rule. 1 billion Hindus kept protesting. 

But the queen bee did NOT care too much. Evangelists eager on soul harvesting went on overdrive. Just an example-

QUOTE:   These people come with the false hope of finding forgiveness for their sins, yet they are increasing God’s wrath by putting their faith in false gods, works and rituals. They hope to break the cycle of reincarnation, in hopes of reaching nirvana, the closest Hindu equivalent to heaven. Others bring their dying relatives and friends to the river in the false hope that the location will give them a better reincarnation. Without Christ, these hopes are futile. How can they be reached with the truth in an environment that is so heavily influenced by malevolent spirits? Christian groups have tried to reach out to Hindus in Varanasi, a city with Christian fellowships. Other believers have gone to Varanasi and Allahabad to worship the Lord and pray for the Hindus who come with high hopes of spiritual enlightenment. Pray that such efforts will break through deception so that pious and well-meaning Hindus will find that Jesus holds the answer for their spiritual quests:  UNQUOTE

Oh Boy!

The queen bee used the Uttaranchal flood disaster to secure vote banks.   Hindu dharma does NOT allow such immoral capitalizing, on human misery. 

The relief trucks were flagged off in with TV cameras whirling. 

The relief packets had pictures of herself and her wannabe PM son.

 How can an Italian catholic woman understand the Hindu ethos ?

Her inner coterie has termed Ganges pollution as Hindus immersing ashes , flowers , clay idols and setting afloat lighted clay diyas in the river .  Yet, they have named a pumping station as “The Sonia Vihar pumping station”  in 2006.

The white invader had more respect for the Ganga that the inner coterie of the waitress . Almost a century back when the British were planning to check the flow of the Ganga at Haridwar, Madan Mohan Malviya , some kings, and the 4 Shankaracharyas , with the public united in protest. 

The British invader relented.  

The Chief Sec. of the United Provinces, I.C.S., R.Burns passed order no 1002 on 20-4-1917 to ‘maintain a free flow of the Ganga.’

The National River Conservation Authority set up in 1995 with the Prime Minister heading it had its last meeting in 2003— the UPA chairperson must explain why there is such apathy when 500 million people are affected.

All Hindus, regardless of their sects and castes , believe in the sacred purifying powers of the Ganges.  They worship the river by bathing in it, drinking its waters, praying to it, invoking it in oaths, and chanting its name.  

Bathing in the Ganges has become an important part of a vast number of Hindu ceremonies and festivals.   Even sacred statues of deities are bathed in the Ganges after being first created.  For millenniums  Ganga is considered as the holiest of the holy rivers, serving as a gateway for souls to escape the cycle of endless rebirths and attain salvation.  

The Hindu firmly believed that drinking water from the Ganga at one's deathbed enables him or her to attain salvation. Their life is incomplete without bathing in the Ganga atleast once in their lifetime

The Charak samhita, the ancient medical treatise, characterizes Ganga water as pure, and sacred. It says that no germ, bacteria or fungi canthrive in it. Hence Ganga water is revered as holy.

Wanna know who wrote the Charaka Samhita and when ? It was penned at a time when the white man was living in damp caves, doing grunt grunt for language, and eating raw meat by clubbing down animals , 6200 years ago. During this time, his Indian counterpart was wearing silk, writing poetry, eating cooked food from a menu and living is proper houses.

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The common Indian knows only that Gangajal does not deteriorate.  Supposing you take water that has gone through reverse osmosis, activated charcoal ,  ultraviolet treatment, etc., if you keep it for two  more years, it will go bad, but Gangajal won’t.  

93%  percent of leather products produced by the tanneries which pollute the holy Ganga is destined for fashion markets in Europe and the United States— and we pollute our lands and water resources, for these people who look down on Indians .

In recent times more than 20,000 crores has been spent on cleansing the Ganga. What is the export income of the leather we export? A small percentage of this amount, right? Where is the economics , even if we are economics driven ? 

Why are we putting deadly chemicals in the Ganges ? For what ?  

Five hundred million people, about 8 percent of the world's population, live in the Ganges basin. Out of the 2,300 towns in the country, 692 are located in this basin, and of these, 100 are located along the river bank itself.  

So the snooty white men who want leather on their expensive car seats and fancy purses for their women are more important? 

The leather industry in Kanpur from more than 400 tanneries uses chemicals such as toxic and carcinogenic chromium compounds. The tanneries significantly increased the pollution load of river as they discharge huge amounts of effluents containing organic wastes and heavy metals. 

The tannery industry of Kanpur has coverted the Ganges to a gutter running to the sea.-- a dumping ground. They discharge different types of effluent waste into the river containing toxic chemicals .  This pollutes the river water directly or indirectly causes health hazards like cancer, renal failure and much other water related diseases.

90% of these tanneries use Chromium as the tanning agent.

Many Indians have contracted painful skin conditions, respiratory diseases, and deadly waterborne illnesses such as typhoid, polio, and jaundice after drinking or bathing in the Ganges River. 


Draining of industrial effluent into rivers should be completely banned. Industries should recycle the industrial waste and use only recycled water.

Industrial effluents and hospital wastes treated or untreated and also sewage from the cities and towns treated or untreated, must not  be allowed to enter into the river.

skins go through an extensive chemical treatment from the time they are scoured with lime to when they are treated with chromium salts. The chromium lends a greenish hue to the drinking water the city draws from the river. 

Organic wastes - hair, flesh, and other animal remains - are thrown into the river, giving it a fetid stench. As they sink into the water, they mingle with the effluents of some 70 other industrial plants mainly sugar factories that disgorge a thick molasses-like substance, and textile companies that throw in various bleaches, dyes, and acids. 

Kanpur also contributes to the river about 400 million liters of sewage each day. Alarming levels of Arsenic, Cadmium, Mercury, Nickel and Chrome(VI) in the above mentioned samples have been found.  The blue and black slime that oozes from the tanneries is deadly poison , laden with chromium sulfate, sodium sulfide and a score of other toxic acids, fats, salts, dyes and synthetic chemicals. 

When chromium-laced waste is dumped into regional water systems, it can damage fish gills, incite respiratory problems, infections, infertility, and birth defects. It can also instigate a number of serious cancers in animals throughout the food chain. Chromium has been linked to increased rates of asthma, bronchitis, polyps of the upper respiratory tract, pharyngitis, and the enlargement of the hilar region and lymph nodes.
An average of 35 m3 waste water is produced per ton of raw hide. 

This wastewater contains:

- salts (Cl), fat, protein, preservatives (soaking);
- lime and ammonium salts, ammonia, protein (hair), and sulphides (fleshing, trimming, bating); 
- chromium(salts) and polyphenolic compounds (tanning); and 
- dye and solvent chemicals (wet-finishing).

Solid waste produced consists of fleshings containing lime, chromium containing ‘wet-blue’ shavings and of trimmings (leather). 

Tanning in the process converting putrescible skin into non-putriscible "leather". Usually with tannin, and acidic chemical compound that prevents decomposition .  Chrome tanning, the process most common today based on the use of chrome salts and requiring only a few hours.

Chromium-tanned leather is the most popular form of producing leather these days, and one of the most noxious. It relies on a toxic slush of chromium salts and tanning liquor to produce a supple and often light blue coloured product. 

The prepared hides are first pickled in a vat of chromium until the material’s pH drops to 3.0, then they’re transferred to a secondary vat filled with tanning liquor which penetrates the leather. 

Once the liquor has been thoroughly and evenly absorbed, the pH of the vat is increased to 4.0. This fixes the tanning material to the leather at a molecular level and helps reduce the amount of shrinkage experienced when the leather is submerged in warm water.

Once the tanning operation proper has been completed, the leather is allowed to dry. Then the “crusting” procedure begins.  The leather may be thinned, retanned, and lubricated before being coloured, softened, and shaped.

Chromium compounds are applied to protect hides from decay and to make them more durable against moisture and aging.  Hospitals are full with kidney  and liver patients in the vicinity of these areas .

Nobody cares to check if these tanneries have the requisite waste treatment facilities, and how they dispose their effluents .  Does this take too much of effort if the person is committed to a cause ?

Every child must be educated about the effect of non-biodegradables like plastics and toxic  / bioaccumulative chemicals in the river water.  Offenders must be captured on a mobile phone camera and then punished - 


Bioaccumulation occurs when an organism absorbs a toxic substance at a rate greater than that at which the substance is lost. 

India's National Botanical Research Institute, a government body, has tested agricultural and dairy products in the Kanpur area and found that they contain high levels of chromium and arsenic. 

An estimated 3 million tonnes  of sewage is released into the Ganges each day, of which very little is processed by sewage treatment plants. Ever since dams have been built, the banks on either side do NOT get the benefit of floods depositing fertile silt into the super fertile humous soil. 

Now the farmer is forced to use artificial fertilizers which makes the soul very thirsty. 

Chemical pollution threatens not only humans, but also more than 140 fish species, 90 amphibian species and the endangered Ganges river dolphin. People  living along the Gnaga banks in Uttar Pradesh,Bihar and Bengal are more prone to cancer than anywhere else in the country. 

Gallbladder cancer cases along the river course are the second highest in the world and prostate cancer highest in the country— thanks to the excessive amounts of arsenic, choride, fluoride and other heavy metals. 

Laws must be made and enforces to dispose off battery cells properly, like plastics . The need of the hour is to strictly implement laws regulating discharge of industrial waste into the river.  

Sewage treatment plants and incinerators must be privatized, with double generator power backup. If they are run by the govt , there must be zero tolerance to dereliction of duty.

If PM Narendra Modi cleans up the Ganges , in the first 5 years — he will be in power for atleast 20 years .

A very easy way to get blown off  in the 2019 elections is to implement the BJP No 1 MAD election manifesto of Interlinking Indian rivers and killing the holy Ganga , irreversibly , once and for all.

A day after his election victory Modi traveled to Varanasi to perform aarti ( a fire ritual ) in honour of the sacred river.

"Now it is time to do my bit for Maa Ganga," he said in a passionate speech from the Varanasi ghat. "Maa Ganga is waiting for her son to free her from pollution."

Modi has said that he wants to replicate the Sabarmati model. It is NOT so easy , for  Sabarmati is a short piss fart river ( about 370 km long)  and the mighty Ganga is 2,525 km. The ecosystem of Ganges is complex and different.

Even the World Bank has termed the Ganga clean-up a ‘high-risk’ project . All say Modi government is staring at a Herculean task that could take many years.

The solution is VERY simple.

The purity of the water depends on the velocity and the dilution capacity of the river.  Maintain good water flow in the Ganges at all times, to sustain its self purification capability.

Some useless white elephant dams on the Ganges may have to be decommissioned and broken up.  

After the Uttarachal floods the UPA govt has NOT been transparent to the severe damade to several dams . I shall be transparent in this post--later. 

Water which flow down the Ganges  water is NOT wasted into the sea like stupid people think.  All the water in the ganges is NOT melted ice water.  

Salt water intrusions into India’s coastal ground water aquifers started only after dams deprived rivers off the natural flow into the sea. The fish catch around the Indian coast has decreased after the flow of fresh water into the sea has been reduced.

Chrome can be recycled. There are proven techniques such as direct recycling — which uses the same chromium bath for both the initial tanning and subsequent re-tanning stage . This can reduce chromium levels in wastewater.  

By reclaiming chromium, either by rapidly precipitating it out of the acid bath using sodium hydroxide or sodium carbonate or slowly pulling it out with magnesium oxide,  one can recapture at  30 per cent of the bath’s chrome content.   A mix of 70 per cent new chrome and 30 per cent recaptured chrome produces nearly identical results as using 100 per cent new chrome.

Take this from a perceptive man-- spending thousands of crores to clean Ganga ( like in the past ) will not help until its normal flow is restored.  Of course this does NOT mean that industries will be able to discharge toxic chemicals into the Ganges.  

Sewage treatment plans and incinerator with double generator power backup must be installed.  

There must be a plastic free zone on either side of the Ganges. Heavy fines must be imposed , with exemplary imprisonment for repeated defaulters.  Spent batteries must be given special attention.

No defecation must be allowed on the river banks. Proper toilets must be constructed.  

Charity begins at home.  We have enough money to give 10 Billion Euros to Italy zone—nay- Euro zone , so that they can drink better wines- but our women still defecate in the open, though we got independence from the white invader  in 1947.

In the drive for economic growth we cannot sell the soul of Bharatmata and make the Hindu self loathing. 

Evangelists have converted many such self loathing Hindus, who are disillusioned by the apathy shown to the river .  Matri Dham Ashram, literally, the abode of the mother, dedicated to Mother Mary, was set up in 1954, in Varanasi, by the Indian Missionary Society (IMS).   

Kasi (Varanasi ) is the Mecca / Vatican / Jerusalem of Hindusim and finds a mention in the 7000 year old Vedas and in our Hindu epics Ramayana and Mahabhaata. 

The white invader called it Benares of the Hindoos.  The celebrated Chinese traveler Xuanzang, who visited the city around 635 AD, attested that the city was a centre of religious c activities, and that it extended more than 5 kilometres  along the western bank of the Ganges.

In 1194 Muslim invader Qutb-ud-din Aibak destroyed all the major temples in Kasi , including the Vishwanath temple, and built mosques on the foundations of many of them.  The Gyanvapi Masjid, which was re- built by Aurangazeb is built on the original site . 

The remnants of the original Vishwanath temple are revered by the devout Hindus as Shrinagar Gauri, the abode of Lord Mahadev. Muslims offer namaz in the premises of the Gyanvapi masjid but not in the main hall.

This Turkic king ruled from his capital in Delhi where he built the Qutub Minar and the Quwwat Al Islam mosque.

In 1897, Mark Twain, the renowned Indophile, said of Varanasi, "Benares is older than history, older than tradition, older even than legend, and looks twice as old as all of them put together."   We know this already , as Kashi , the spiritual capital of the Hindus , was called Shiv Nagar and is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world finding a mention in the 7000 year old Rig Veda.

Every tanneries on the banks of the Ganges must mandatorily fit chrome-recovery facilities .  The govt can provide loans and technical expertise..

However the effluent must be tested at regular intervals –surprise tests without advance warning. The effluent must be sampled using proper procedures.

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On chemical tankers I commanded at sea, we carry liquids from wine to orange juice to olive oils to sulphuric acid to cyanides to clay slurry.

I have worked on chemical tankers where the ship has entered almost every  to major ports navigable river on this planet.    Nowhere have I seen so much laxity in controlling water pollution.  How about placing non-biodegradable garbage receptacles on either side of the ganges ?  

Countless tanneries, chemical plants, textile mills, distilleries, slaughterhouses, and hospitals merrily dump untreated waste into the river.  

We must have a soccer game WARNING CARD SYSTEM – say with 5 colours.    

These colours must be pasted on their compound gates using environment ministry ribbons. 

This will NAME AND SHAME these desh drohis.

When the industry is RED CARDED on the 5th notch, the unit must be shut down and the top manager sent to jail.   Well this is what happens at sea.   

They just catch the captain and imprison him.

Lead and cadmium are equally heavy and naturally sink in the river.

The rogue plant owners have been getting excused stating that the Govt cut off their power , and hence they could NOT run their sewage treatment plants and incinerators.  

Well my dear rogues—buy power generators—two of them if you please, with proper stock of minimum required spare parts.  

They even blame god for it by saying floods submerged their electric liquid pumps and blowers .  If so put it at a higher place. And if you cant be ready to pay and heavy fine and go to jail.

These rogues may attempt to clandestinely divert their waste water from the river to a hidden pit in the ground.   Well by doing this they pollute the ground water aquifer.   Citizens all around will get all sorts of water based diseases, including cancer.   

There must be ZERO TOLERANCE when it comes to rogues trying to hoodwink the govt inspectors. These inspectors must be rotated and sent in groups of five with ethnic and cultural differences so that they cant cheat as a posse. 

The Ganga Action Plan which was part of the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has now been shifted under Water Resources Minister Uma Bharti.  She is committed to the Ganga, but mere commitment cannot save the day.  She must KNOW.

Cleaning the Ganges is impossible unless Delhi invests in underground sewer pipelines . More than 6 million people remain unconnected to any sewer line (mainly because they live in unauthorized housing settlements), and their waste water flows into open drains.  When the Yamuna River leaves Delhi, it is unable to support any but the smallest aquatic life.

In the 19th century, Kanpur more important than  Delhi.  It was a huge garrison town for the British army . They needed leather boots , belts and gun holsters for both World Wars. 

They fu#ked the Ganga. 

When non-vegetarian Hindus refused to pollute the Ganges they turned over the tannery industry to the converted beef eating Muslims. They made plenty of mosques in the vicinity.

"Since we are Muslim, there is more pressure from the government for us to control pollution," said Hafizur Rahman, president of the Small Tanners Association in Kanpur, 3 years ago.  

Muslims have traditionally dominated India's leather sector because of their willingness to work with cow carcasses - considered taboo by Hindus. And Muslims do NOT care for the holiness of the Ganges. 

Well folks, this is straight talk—NO beating around the fu#kin’ bush.  

The leather sector in Uttar Pradesh is worth more than 1 Billion USD annually and exports products all over the world, according to the UP Leather Industries Association.

Today the white invader acts as if they do NOT know anything .

They "did a DEVADASI " on the holy river Ganges.

You may be shocked—but read the post below. This is the way the white invader made an ass of the Indian.

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Below: The Government Harness and Saddlery Factory was started in 1860 at Kanpur ( Cawnpore ) to supply the army with leather products like horse saddles , harness , boots, hats, belts etc .  Another big leather tannery started by the British was  Cooper Allen & Co. in 1880.

The Modi govt must introduce a new MANDATORY subject by the name of environmental ethics in every school and college in India . The pass marks must be high and without passing—NO degree or passing out certificate.  

This must be almost like a ‘swimming test” we sailors undergo to join the sea.

The white invader when he left india knew that the tannery industry on the river Ganges will be shut down one day or the other.   

Well they had beef eating Bangladesh as a back up with cheap labour and plenty rivers .  The Hazaribagh area in Dhaka is the Kanpur of India today, when it comes to tanneries.     I suggest that the Bangladeshis read this post too.   

Indians must read how Amma showed strength of leadership and got the polluting tanneries shut down in Erode Tamil Nadu.  

Below: Erode blues !-- reds too !!

For her ground water is more important than pleasing the gora gaands with leather exports.

Below : Erode image.

A lot of cancer on the ganges belt below Kanpur is due to the presence of Formaldehyde in the water. Chrome, known for its cancer-causing abilities, is used in huge amounts as are acids, natrium and ammonium salts.  

Converting animals hide into leather  requires massive amounts of dangerous chemicals, including mineral salts, formaldehyde, coal-tar derivatives, and various oils, dyes, and finishes, some of them cyanide-based. 

Because trivalent chromium is far less toxic than chromium VI, water that is contaminated with chromium VI can be treated with an electron donor that converts the pollutant to its less damaging, trivalent state. Bone charcoal, which is produced by burning animal bones, has the ability to remove chromium from water.  

Other methods of removing chromium contamination from soil include vermiculture, which involves the use of worms to concentrate heavy metals.  Certain forms of salt-tolerant bacteria may be able to decrease chromium contamination in soil .  

Hexavalent chromium or Cr VI--is known to cause lung cancer, liver failure, kidney damage, and premature dementia.. Chromium from the sludge leaks into the river, subsoil, and groundwater - the primary source of drinking water for the surrounding community. 

Chinese is also screwing up her rivers with tanneries and have jumped to No 1 spot in leather exports to the west .


The west has gone back to clean rivers , China is doing the dirty work for them.

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Garbage land fills must be situated far away from the river banks and definitely NOT on top of large aquifers.

Landfills MUST have a protective bottom layer of impermeable clay , covered with tough and resilient plastic sheets, to prevent contaminants from getting into the ground water.   

If there is no proper bottom layer or it is cracked,  contaminants from the landfill ( used engine lub oil, car battery acid, paint, household cleaners, chemicals etc.) can make their way down into the groundwater. 

Polluted ground water is less visible, but more difficult to clean up, than pollution in rivers and lakes. Ground water pollution most often results from improper disposal of wastes on land..

Time for me to bust the Indian dam bubble.

India has been armtwisted to build hydroelectric projects ( funded by R ) stating that this energy is clean and helps combat global warming.

Oh yeah?

What about the methane produced by submerged forests ?

But the adverse effects of river impoundments--disruption of ecosystems, decline of fish stocks, forced resettlements, and disease--have of late made dams symbols of corporate and governmental hubris.
Most dam building is driven by greed—this is a very potent statement.

So many dams have been built in Uttaranchal where the ground is unstable. The great continental drift is still raising the height of Mount Everest.

The bad dams are the shallow ones that flood large areas of land, without under ground aquifers to soak the water seeping under the ground , which lose water by evaporation , or that produce relatively little power. The worst hydropower projects may produce more [greenhouse gases] than a coal-fired equivalent.

A flowing river is very different from a stagnant dam reservoir with silt at the bottom , which is home even to malaria and. Schistosomiasis. Incidence of schistosomiasis, the long-term consequences of which can include pulmonary lesions, liver failure, and bladder cancer, has been rising very fast..

USA suffered from excessive dam building—now they are breaking up their dams in a phased manner. Environmental laws and public pressure have forced utilities and bureaucracies to restore some of the natural flow of riverine ecosystems. 

Unlike the West who is still surviving on stolen money, diving and recreational fishing are scarcely concerns for the majority of people in poor developing countries. These people need clean, potable water. 

Cities can get enough water if they do rainwater harvesting and recharge underground aquifers. The moment the river flows with a good quantity of water, the ground water level comes up like magic .

 Most of the dams in India do NOT have proper silt removal facility from the bottom of the dam reservoirs. Silt reduces dam capacity, thereby diminishing generating power, or deplete downstream farmlands, which are dependent upon silt for nutrients.

Absence of silt which coats the humous soil in every flood , makes the nation totally dependant on artificial fertlisers, which keeps the soil perpetually thirsty.  Of course the GM companies will say that they will give you sterile terminator seeds which require very less water.

Many wild animals living along the Ganges totally owe their existence to the river. If the Ganges remains polluted, the wildlife will not survive in the coming generations. The entire length of Ganges river is increasingly choked by dams, drained by irrigation canals, and fouled by industrial, agricultural, and human waste.


Despite the Uttaranchal disaster , MAD MEN are still planning projects  involving drilling huge tunnels in the hills by blasting rocks, placing enormous turbines in the tunnels, cutting down forests to build water channels, roads, townships and other infrastructure, and laying transmission lines by other destructive methods.  

Many dams are built on the same river so close to one another that they leave zilch scope for the river's regeneration. These dams alter the hydrological cycle and change the natural course of rivers.  Diverting rivers at the source  through tunnels cut through the mountain, leaving long stretches of rivers dry and without allowing the rivers time and space to regenerate.

Why has the UPA govt not been transparent with the damages to various dams in the last floods?

The floodwaters of Uttaracnhal were , laden with  thousands of tonnes of silt, boulders and debris from dam construction, found no outlet. The routes they took for thousands of years in the past, including ravines and streams, were blocked with sand and rocks.  The waters inundated scores of towns and villages, submerging countless buildings under several feet of mud,  smothering life.

Why is is Uttarkhand experiencing such enormous scale of landslides ? Ever heard of deforestation? Who the hell cares for providing water sport activities for the white invader tourists who robbed us blind ?
We Indians do NOT want any more dams in Uttaranchal—rather some useless dams have to be pulled down.. 

The engineers who designed the Uttaranchal dams have NO idea of the enormous amount  of mud, silt, and grit which can be carried by Himalayan rivers. The load of ragged-edged grains of quartz and feldspar constantly overwhelm settling basins, and chew up pipes and turbines. 

Has anybody ever conducted a study of the enormous amount of money , that has been wasted on Uttaranchal dams ? 

The June 2013 disaster was just a small example of how nature will strike back if we disregard the ecological limits of fragile regions like the Himalayas through reckless and mindless dam building. 

The 400-megawatt Vishnuprayag Hydroelectric Project, upriver from Srinagar along the Alaknanda River, was buried beneath 20 meters of rubble that also filled its water storage lake..

The 76-megawatt Phata-Byung Hydroelectric Project under construction on the Mandakini River,  was washed away.

The 99-megawatt Singoli-Bhatwari Hydroelectric Project downstream on the Mandakini, a major tributary of the Alaknanda, was pounded and damaged by huge boulders

The 330-megawatt Alaknanda Hydro Power Project in Srinagar was about to be commissioned. But the powerhouse and turbines were inundated with mud and silt .

At the 280 mega watt Dhauliganga project near the border with Nepal the entire turbine room constructed deep inside the hill near the dam was submerged , causing at least $50 million in damage .  A landslide blocked the end of the water discharge tunnel

The 520-megawatt Tapovan-Vishnugad dam, under construction on an Alaknanda River tributary and seriously damaged last year by a flash flood, was hit again. The tunnel carrying water to the powerhouse, finished in April 2013, was washed away in June.

Just upriver, the 171-megawatt Lata Tapovan project, under construction and approaching its 2017 opening, was overrun by flood waters that damaged concrete work and forced at least a year-long delay in its commissioning. The delay could grow longer because the highway network is so broken and unstable it is unsafe to transport heavy equipment that is needed for repairs.

Both of the Maneri Bhali projects on the Bhagirathi River were damaged. The 25-year-old Maneri I dam, with a 99-megwatt generating capacity, and the 304-megawatt dam that opened in 2008, were hit hard enough for walls to collapse.

An enormous amount of rock, silt and mud and boulders ( mostly discarded after mindless dam building ) were washed off during the June 2013 flood , that they filled the riverbeds. The rivers of the Alaknanda and Bhaghirati basin have become shallow. 


This useless rubble has now occupied the place of the original river bottom which existed for thousand of years. . More floods disasters are awaiting . Why is nobody being held accountable?

Narendra Modi was talking about “Jayanti tax”.  I guess it is unfair to target an environment minister who wants more information before she allows mindless projects .  Of course the next minister who replaced her signed everything in a jiffy.  We Indians  want the rushed projects  to be re-examined.

The 600 MW Loharinag Pala Hydro Power Project is An example of a MAD project on the river Bhagirathi, the head streamof the Ganges River ,100 kilometers  upstream of the Tehri Dam. 

Tehri itself has killed the river. 

Who is the MAD MAN who planned this MW Loharinag Pala project by diverting the river into a manmade tunnel inside the mountain ?

Below: The blades of the turbine are expected to withstand the scouring of the sharp stone and sand laden water torrent . 

Apart from rapidly filling their reservoirs, sediment–filled rivers cause  abrasion of turbines and other dam components. The efficiency of a turbine is largely dependent upon the hydraulic properties of its blades, just as an aeroplane depends on the aerodynamic properties of its wings. The erosion and cracking of the tips of turbine blades by water–borne sand and silt considerably reduces their generating efficiency and can require expensive repairs.

Tehri dam, Nehru’s pet project , probably the biggest environmental disaster in the world,  is 170 Km down stream from the Ganga’s Glacier.

The construction of four dams — Pala Maneri, Maneri-Bahli, Lohari Nagpala and Bhairon Ghate — had led to the drying up of the Bhagirathi.  

The planned building of hundreds of dams on the Ganges in this modern age whem power can be obtained by nuclear plants is a deep rooted conspiracy to destroy river Ganga and all Hindu pilgrim centres on it.

And don’t get carried away by the false propaganda about burning coal warming up this planet. The overfed western cows fart more methane and warm the planet more.

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The whole Bhagirathi valley is ruined by the mad men cutting forest and digging tunnels through mountains .....and now the govt wants to save the glacier by limiting the number of tourist to 150 per day to the glacier.

 USA quietly removed removed 51 dams in 2013.

Outdated or unsafe dams came out of rivers in Alabama, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming, restoring more than 500 miles of streams for the benefit of fish, wildlife and people.

1,150 dams that have been removed across the country since 1912-out of which more than  850 dams were removed in the past 20 years.

There are several useless dams on the Ganges which were built by corrupt people solely to obtain kickbacks in foreign bank accounts .  These dams must be identified ( very little power/ no irrigation value / does NOT prevent floods rather aggravates floods) and taken down.  

Contrary to popular belief , rivers are NOT meant to stay within their banks - they must overflow their banks annually and deposit super fertile silt .  

If  peoples houses get invaded by water, HULLO--— fu#k off from there— you have built your houses in the wrong place.

Dams block sediment flow— unless they have desilting tunnels or bottom gates.  None of our dams on the Ganges has ever considered the silt buildup .  Without silt by passing the river bottom becomes more rocky, as sediment no longer fills gaps between larger stones.  

Dam reservoirs, also called lakes, are created when storage projects are built. Reservoirs  reduce the water volume down stream of the dam . Surface temperatures tend to become warmer as the slower moving or “slack” water absorbs heat from the sun.  

An un-dammed river is dynamic, ever changing and comprised of many different ecological niches. Ecosystems and cultures are dependent on this god given dynamism.

 Dam reservoirs submerge forests . There is constant release of greenhouse gas methane from rotting vegetation. Decaying organic matter  cause eutrophic conditions in the reservoir, leading to algae blooms, further oxygen depletion, and massive fish kills.  

When this happens, the water from dam reservoirs and directly downstream is often unfit for human and animal consumption for years after the project is completed. No moving well oxygenated river can have algae growth

At an unstable area where two tectonic plates collide , reservoirs increase the risk of earthquakes by adding immense pressure to the earth from the large volumes and weight of the stored water. Rainforest soils are often extremely delicate; their thin layer of topsoil highly vulnerable to erosion. 

Eroded soils are washed into the dam reservoirs, causing a build-up of siltation that eventually leads to loss of the reservoirs' storage capacity over time. The soil deposits that are trapped behind the dam's barriers deprive the riverbanks downstream of seasonal nutrient replenishment. Loss of the source of silt and soil from upstream also causes serious erosion of the riverbank land. 

The especially fertile delta areas stop growing, start disappearing, and loose their source of fertility. Farmers are now forced to use artificial fertilizers and fall prey to the clutches of immoral GM food companies. 

Reduced water flow in the delta area will cause salt water to intrude up the river and into underground aquifers , which will damage crops, soil and ground water supplies . The   extensive mangrove forests at the Ganges delta are fast disappearing. 

Accumulation of water which evaporates in large dam reservoirs have affect the age old established seasonal climate— this is being touted as global warming effects to stop India from using her abundant coal reserves...

India needs to practice ENERGY CONSERVATION. This must be a compulsory subject in schools and colleges.

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 Dams are super expensive and the projected financial costs are ALWAYS inaccurate. The benefits are often overestimated, driven by the incentives / kickbacks given by International Money Lenders to  politicians and expert consultants . Just a few years ago to oppose the construction of the dams was social heresy –thank god for the Internet .

Hardly any dams on the ganges hold any good amount of water due to sediment buildup at the reservoir. A huge quantity of this water just evaporates.  These dams do NOT have silt removal facility.  

Wanna see a China dam with silt removing facility ?  

It is the THREE GORGES DAM over the Yangtse , which is so huge that it can be seen from space.

When a dam collapses , there is a domino effect . The rush of water could overwhelm the next dam downstream, causing dams to collapse like dominos.  In 1975 the 118-meter Banqiao dam on a tributary of the Huai China was breached in a heavy rainstorm. 

Numerous dams downstream gave way in succession to produce a lake of more than 7,300 square kilometers. Six counties were inundated. By a conservative estimate, 26,000 died in the flooding and another 145,000 in the ensuing epidemics and famine.

Nor do big dams protect from floods and droughts. They store water during the wet season and release it during the dry season. Deprived of their annual inundations, downstream marshes, lakes, and wetlands dry out and can no longer absorb floodwaters.

During the record-breaking summer flood of 2010, the Three Gorges reservoir rose to 12 meters above "alarm level." To protect the dam, its operators opened the floodgates to the maximum.

Downstream some 968 people were killed, 507 more were missing and economic losses totaled $26 billion. The great dam survived its first test, but its floodplain is unlikely to contain big floods in the future.

Nor do big dams protect from floods and droughts. They store water during the wet season and release it during the dry season. Deprived of their annual inundations, downstream marshes, lakes, and wetlands dry out and can no longer absorb floodwaters.

During the record-breaking summer flood of 2010, the Three Gorges reservoir rose to 12 meters above "alarm level." To protect the dam, its operators opened the floodgates to the maximum.

Downstream some 968 people were killed, 507 more were missing and economic losses totaled $26 billion. The great dam survived its first test, but its floodplain is unlikely to contain big floods in the future.

The Ganges is in serious danger from 600 dams that are either operational, under construction or proposed. We Indians do NOT want this type of development.

When a HUGE dam is built and the reservoir filled with water, the amount of pressure exerted on the earth in that area changes dramatically.  When the water level of a reservoir is raised, pressure on the underlying ground increases; when the water level is lowered, the pressure decreases.  

This fluctuation can stress the delicate balance between tectonic plates beneath the surface, possibly causing them to shift. And we all know that Tehri dam is on unstable ground. If Tehri dam bursts the downstream populations in the holy cities of Devaprayag, Rishikesh and Haridwar (important sites of Indian learning and pilgrimage) would be wiped off the face of the earth.

 Even in the eighteenth century the ships of the East India Company would come all the way to Allahabad. Now only smaller ocean traffic can make it through the Hooghly to Calcutta , beyond which the silting prevents all deep-draft vessels.

Ganga is mentioned in the 700 year old Rigveda, the earliest and theoretically the holiest of the Hindu scriptures. Ganga is mentioned in the nadistuti (Rigveda 10.75), which lists the rivers from east to west. In RV 6.45.31, the word Ganga is also mentioned.

 During the early Vedic Age , the Sarasvati River was the major sacred river, not the Ganges.

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The holy Ganga river in India has its origins as the Bagirathi river at Gangotri.  The four greatest of the tributaries are Bagirathi, Mandakini, Alakananda and Yamuna. The origins of these are sacred places of pilgrimages for the Hindu people and are called respectively Gangotri, Kedarnath, Badrinath and Yamnotri. To undertake these pilgrimages is to undertake the Char Dham.

The Ganges begins at the confluence of the Bhagirathi and Alaknanda rivers at Devprayag. The Bhagirathi is considered to be the truesource in Hindu culture and mythology, although the Alaknanda is longer.  The headwaters of the Alakananda are formed by snowmelt from such peaks as Nanda Devi, Trisul, and Kamet.

The Bhagirathi rises at the foot of Gangotri Glacier, at Gaumukh, at an elevation of 3,892 m .  Although many small streams comprise the headwaters of the Ganges, the six longest and their five confluences are considered sacred. The six headstreams are the Alaknanda, Dhauliganga, Nandakini, Pindar, Mandakini, and Bhagirathi rivers.

The five confluences, known as the Panch Prayag, are all along the Alaknanda. They are, in downstream order: Vishnuprayag, where the Dhauliganga joins the Alaknanda; Nandprayag, where the Nandakini joins; Karnaprayag, where the Pindar joins; Rudraprayag, where the Mandakini joins; and, finally, Devprayag, where the Bhagirathi joins the Alaknanda to form the Ganges River proper.

After flowing 250 kilometres through its narrow Himalayan valley, the Ganges emerges from the mountains at Rishikesh, then debouches onto the Gangetic Plain at the pilgrimage town of Haridwar.  At Haridwar, a dam diverts some of its waters into the Ganges Canal, which irrigates the Doabregion of Uttar Pradesh, whereas the river, whose course has been roughly southwest until this point, now begins to flow southeast through the plains of northern India.

The Ganges follows an 800-kilometre  arching course passing through the cities of Kannauj, Farukhabad, and Kanpur. Along the way it is joined by the Ramganga. The Ganges joins the Yamuna at the Triveni Sangamat Allahabad, a holy confluence in Hinduism.

Now flowing east, the river meets the Tamsa River (also called Tons), which flows north from the Kaimur Range.  After the Tamsa the Gomti River joins, flowing south from the Himalayas. . Then the Ghaghara River(Karnali River), also flowing south from the Himalayas of Nepal, joins. The Ghaghara(Karnali),  is the largest tributary of the Ganges.

After the Ghaghara(Karnali) confluence the Ganges is joined from the south by the Son River.. The Gandaki River, then the Kosi River, join from the north flowing from Nepal. The Kosi is the third largest tributary of the Ganges, after the Ghaghara(Karnali) and Yamuna.

Along the way between Allahabad and Malda, West Bengal, the Ganges passes the towns of Chunar, Mirzapur, Varanasi, Ghazipur, Patna, Bhagalpur,Ballia, Buxar, Simaria, Sultanganj, and Saidpur.  At Bhagalpur, the river begins to flow south-southeast and at Pakur, it begins its attrition with the branching away of its first distributary, the Bhāgirathi-Hooghly, which goes on to become the Hooghly River.

Just before the border with Bangladesh the Farakka Barrage controls the flow of the Ganges, diverting some of the water into a feeder canal linked to the Hooghly for the purpose of keeping it relatively silt-free and navigable . The Hooghly River is formed by the confluence of the Bhagirathi River and Jalangi River at Nabadwip, and Hooghly has a number of tributaries of its own.

The largest is the Damodar River, which is 541 km  long. The Hooghly River empties into the Bay of Bengal near Sagar Island.  Between Malda and the Bay of Bengal, the Hooghly river passes the towns and cities of Murshidabad, Nabadwip, Kolkata and Howrah.

According to a bullsh#t U.N. climate report ( supported by R stooge Rajendra Pachauri ) , the Himalayan glaciers that are the sources of the Ganges could disappear by 2030 as temperatures rise.  If that is the case then in the same year the sun will rise in the West and crows will fly upside down .

Ganga originates from the Gangotri glacier at Gaumukh in the Indian Himalayas at 4,100 meters above sea level. It comes out of a hole in the ground.

In February 2014, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre (BARC), in Mumbai, India, presented their latest design for a "next-generation nuclear reactor" that will burn thorium as its fuel ore. Once built, with a target date of 2016, the reactor could function without an operator for 120 days.   

India's government is also developing up to 62, mostly thorium reactors, which it expects to be operational by 2025.  The Modi govt must make every effort to prepone this date.

Right now India  gets under 3% of its electricity from nuclear power, relying for the rest on coal and oil imports. We must aim for 70% electricity from nuclear power and the rest from wind power and solar power.   Enough funds must be sanctioned.  

Foreign funded Trojan Horse NGO protestors must be thrown in jail.

 It expects to produce around 25% of its electricity from nuclear power.  We have huge reserves of thorium.  India’s first commercial fast breeder reactor — the 500 MWe Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) — is approaching completion at the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, Tamil Nadu.  

As of July 2013 the major equipment of the PFBR had been erected and the loading of "dummy" fuels in peripheral locations was in progress. The reactor was expected to go critical by September 2014.

India's largest nuclear plant at Kudankulam reached its full power recently with 1000 MW of power. The second 1000 MW units of the Kudankulam complex will become operational in 2015.

The mother of all scams in India, the thorium scam is kept under wraps by the foreign funded Indian media.

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Once regarded as amrit (nectar), a river that sustained all forms of life, the Ganga is now threatened by the very civilisation it once nurtured.  

It is NOT difficult to see the reason why the Kanpur tanneries pollute the river, merrily, without a conscience.  

Dams which has slowed the mighty river to stagnant pools are being built by corrupt politicians in order to get kickbacks in their foreign accounts. 

Dammed, diverted , overtapped and rubbished - the most revered of Indian rivers is now under grave threat along with the ancient Hindu pilgrimage centres on its banks..

The water of Ganga has some magic qualities in the form of colloids and nano particles sediments that come down from the Himalayan mountains. In the still waters of dam reservoirs, these colloidal qualities are lost.  

Bacteriophages are destroyed when the open oxygenated river is diverted into dark tunnels inside mountains holding turbines. 

Toxic chemical effluents from tanneries and artificial fertilser/ pesticide run offs which agglomerate nano colloids have reduced the self cleaning properties of the holy Ganga.

Concentrated solar energy heats water into steam which turns a steam turbine, which generates electricity.  In the solar collector, parabolic mirrors that focus the sun's energy onto tube in the foreground through which a fluid flows. 

The fluid is heated, and in turn heats water to again produce steam, which as above turns a steam generator and generates electricity.

In areas of India where good sunshine is available, the Indian Govt must NOT issue licenses unless a solar panel is fitted on the roof .

Large wind turbines which produce 10 MW of power are now being made by the Danish company Vestas.  How much power does a medium sized dam generate ? 

Arrays of large turbines, known as wind farms, are becoming an increasingly important source of renewable energy

The Triveni Sangam at aneicnt Prayag ( Allahabad ) is a holy places in India where two actual rivers Ganga and Yamuna and a third “mythical” or “under-terrestrial” river Sarswati meet.  The 7000 year old Rig veda talks only about Saraswati river.  River Ganga is just mentioned once. 

The Saraswati river was thought to be a myth till we located the lost river with our own satellites by underground mapping. Borewells have been dug along the length of hidden and extinct Saraswati river, to obtain sweet water, and extract riverbed shell molluscs.

 Lord Krishna’s brother Balaram gives a description of his sojourn along the dying Saraswati river from Dwaraka to Mathura in 4000 BC, when a tectonic shift at the mouth in the Himalayas made the river non-perennial over the ground. Gradually the whole river was buried under the Thar desert sand dunes, leaving only disconnected pools and lakes here and there. 

Vatican was eager to prove that the big bang of cosmos happened in 23rd Oct 4004 BC, 9 AM ( while it happened 14 billion years ago ) and that the great flood with Noah’s arc and party happened in 2500 BC ( life came on earth 4 billion years ago ) .  

By 5000 BC, the Indian Rig Veda was written in Sanskrit. Every religion and prayer on this planet is an offshoot of Hinduism and every language is an offshoot of Sanskrit. When the Saraswati river started drying up, the whole elite civilization migrated to fertile lands – some to Ganges, some to south west of India from Goa to Kerala. 

Some went upto Mesopotamia and Sumeria.   Druhyus ( Druids as Harry Potter fans know ) who preferred colder climates went to Europe and Russia taking along the Indian holy swastika ( Nazi ) symbol with them. This symbol was seen on pottery at the Russian equivalent of Stonehenge at Arkaim Chelyabinsk. This grand Stonehenge is estimated by Russians at 3000 years older than the British Stonehenge.

The Kumbh Mela is held at the Triveni Sangam in Prayag (Allahabad) is where the three rivers, Jamuna, Ganga and Saraswati meet every 12 years-- a month long holy festival attended by several million devotees.

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Ganga is worshipped by Hindus who firmly believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death).  

Pilgrims travel long distances to immerse the ashes of their kin in the waters of the Ganges, bringing their spirits closer to moksha.  Several places sacred to Hindus lie along the banks of the Ganges including Gangotri, Haridwar, Allahabad and Varanasi.

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In India , a SUPER HUMAN  effort is called Bhagirata Pratnam.

As per Hindu scriptures the river Ganga in our legends is said to have been brought down to the Earth by a very ancient king by name Bhagiratha.  The river Ganga as it flows through the Himalayan ranges is also called Bhagirathi. 

Ganga is said to come from the heavens onto Lord Shiva’s head and from there on follow Bhagiratha.  Allegorically Shiva’s matted hairlocks are a celestial dam. 

Matted hairlocks of Lord Shiva represents the wind –and NOT unwashed dirty hair of a corpse eating aghoris as the vulgar white historian has written.  

The white historian has given lot of ridiculous stories about the legend of Ganga ,  just to make the Hindu look stupid.  

In the IT / computer software age , does the Indian look stupid anymore to the hilly billy/ John Bull white man ?

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Ganga flowed in the plains due to the efforts of Bhagiratha from the Himalayas to the plains.

Will Narenda Modi be the modern Bhagiratha – the person who will revive the holy Ganga to its original pristine glory ?

Below: Mother Ganga 


The ancient  kingdom of Ayodhya was ruled by the childless king Bhagiratha, who desperately yearned for Ganga to come down and wash away the sins of his forefathers.   Even though he ruled over a prosperous kingdom inhabited by happy people, Bhaigiratha remained sad, as he was childless. He was also saddled with the burden of giving moksha to his ancestors.

A long time ago, King Sagar, the then ruler of Ayodhya, had sent his grandson Suman to search for his 60,000 sons which were borne to him by his second wife Sumati. (She had actually borne a gourd which burst open to give way to these sixty thousand—test tube babies .)  

These sons, who were fostered by nurses in jars of ghee till they grew up to handsome boys. They suddenly disappeared mysteriously while they were searching for a lost white  let loose by King Sagar as a part of the great horse sacrifice known as the Ahwamedha Yagna.  If this sacrifice had reached its logical conclusion, Sagar would have become the undisputed master of the Gods.

Digression :

In the cover of her vulgar book Wendy Doniger has alluded that Ashwamedham is a horse sacrifice—as per the LIES written in Wikipedia . In Sanatana Dharma there is NO animal sacrifice.

This is what IMMORAL Wikipedia has to say -- ( you can check it yourself by Googling ASHVAMEDHA YAGNA WIKIPEDIA ).

They have even given a picture of the Queen lying down with the dead horse ( to be used as dildo for sexual gratification ) -- this picture was painted by a Muslim painter Sahibdin.

They say he painted it in 1652 AD , which is a lie.

Anyone who should stop the horse is ritually cursed, and a dog is killed ..

The queens walk around the dead horse reciting mantras. The chief queen then has to mimic copulation with the dead horse, while the other queens ritually utter obscenities ( probably they were singing  ribald songs like DARA SINGH KA  LUND--  TEE HEEEE ! ).

On the next morning, the priests raise the queen from the place where she has spent the night with the horse.

The three queens with a hundred golden, silver and copper needles indicate the lines on the horse's body along which it will be dissected. The horse is dissected, and its flesh roasted. Various parts are offered to a host of deities and personified concepts with utterances of svaha "all-hail".

The human sacrifice, the Purushamedha, followed a similar format,  but included a man with the animals to be sacrificed. The price of the man was set at one thousand cows and a hundred horses. Like the horse, the man chosen for sacrifice was allowed to wander for a year. Once he had been killed, the queen lay with his corpse.

The Laws of Manu refer to the Ashvamedha (V.53): 'The man who offers a horse-sacrifice every day for a hundred years, and the man who does not eat meat, the two of them reap the same fruit of good deeds.

In the Mahabharata, the sacrifice is performed by Yudhishtira (. After the horse was cut into parts, Draupadi had to sit beside the parts of the horse.)

The ritual was performed in strict compliance with Vedic prescriptions (1.14.10). Dasaratha's chief wife Kausalya circumambulates the horse and ritually pierces its flesh (1.14.33).

Then "Queen Kausalya desiring the results of ritual disconcertedly resided one night with that horse that flew away like a bird." .

At the conclusion of the ritual Dasharatha symbolically offers his other wives to the presiding priests, who return them in exchange for expensive gifts.

 "An empire is like a horse and the subjects like other inferior animals" (p. 448). Thus, VSM 23.22, literally "he beats on the vulva (gabha), the penis (pasas) oozes repeatedly (ni-galgaliti) in the receptacle"

The three authors of the Vedas were buffoons, knaves, and demons. All the well-known formulae of the pandits, jarphari, turphari, etc. and all the obscene rites for the queen commanded in Aswamedha, these were invented by buffoons, and so all the various kinds of presents to the priests, while the eating of flesh was similarly commanded by night-prowling demons.”

The mock bestiality ( sexual intercourse with animals ) and necrophilia ( sexual attraction to dead animals ) involved in the ritual caused considerable consternation among the scholars first editing the Yajurveda. Griffith (1899) omits verses VSM 23.20–31 (the ritual obscenities), protesting that they are "not reproducible even in the semi-obscurity of a learned European language" (alluding to other instances where he renders explicit scenes in Latin rather than English). A. B. Keith's 1914 translation also omits verses.

This part of the ritual offended the Dalit reformer and framer of the Indian constitution B. R. Ambedkar and is frequently mentioned in his writings as an example of the perceived degradation of Brahmanical culture.


So what is the truth about ASHWAMEDHA YAGNA?

The truth is the horse is NOT killed at all-- leave alone the queen having sexual intercourse with a dead horse's you know what..

A spirited horse is chosen , with white fur and no blemishes. A yagna ( Agnihotra homam ) is held BEFORE the horse sets out on a guided tour.

Ashwamedha yagna cannot be held by a mortal.  It is held by the king of Gods Indra.  It can only be done by a mortal king if he is commanded to do it by an avatar of Vishnu.

This tradition was broken by King Mahabali of Kerala. He was an asura ( demon ) king. The people of Kerala were very happy with this king as he was a wise and just ruler, and there was prosperity all over.  King Mahabali did the Ashwameda yagna.

This made Indra very jealous, as this was his prerogative, and nobody had the guts to kill the white Ashwamedha horse  of King Mahabali.

He prevailed on Aditi, his mother to convince Vishnu to correct this imbalance, where an Asura King could cock a snook at the King of Gods . Vishnu decided to intervene and took the 5th  avatar of Vamana --a blue faced Brahmin midget ( dwarf ) .
The Brahmin dwarf asked King Mahabali for alms-- a small grant of land.  The King told him that he can take as much land area as he wished, within his kingdom . But the midget wanted only three strides ( paces )  of land.

Immediately the kings advisor Sage Shukracharya who was a seer, advised his king NOT to agree to this request, as he suspected something amiss and was sure of foul play.

Mahabali being a very generous king, could NOT imagine going back on his word, during a divine sacrifice.

So he agreed to grant the boon of three paces of land. Vamana immediately assumed the gigantic form of Vishnu ( the Preserver lord ) and in the first two steps covered the whole of earth and cosmos.
Then he asked the king where he should keep his third step. The king bowed down on his knees and told him to place the third step on his head.

Before that he asked that he should be able to visit and bless his subjects once every year .

Vishnu granted this boon and placed his foot on Mahabali's head and instead of driving him underground to the netherworld , he sent him to heaven -- pleased with his righteousness.




So why is the white horse on a guided tour?  This is the essence of Ashwameda.

The emperor seeks to check out if any of his vassal kings want to challenge his supreme authority— in public.

The horse is guided by the Emperor’s generals and chosen ministers . They generals follow the white horse on their own horses.

The horse with clanging bells is made to travel through the vassal kingdoms.  Any vassal king can kill the horse and thus declare war on the Emperor,  which will happen pretty soon.  If he just captures the horse, there may be room for negotiation.

The horse is even taken to enemy kingdoms, and there is “diplomatic immunity” for the Emperor’s men not the white horse. 

Any tough acting intentions are gauged out.

When the horse returns safe and sound, it means all is well-- and the emperor's supreme authority is unchallenged.  And all know it too.

In the POST Ashwamedha yagna all vassal kings are invited, and there are celebrations all around ,  for peace and prosperity  in future.  Soldiers go home to their families.


Getting back-

The great sage Kapila who, impressed by Suman's humble demeanor, told him that all sixty thousand uncles had been turned to ashes by his angry gaze when they tried to blame him for stealing the white Ashwamedha horse.  The horse was just hanging around near the meditating Maharishi.  

Kapila warned that the dead princes would not arrive in heaven by immersion of their ashes in just any river water. Only the celestial Ganga, which flows with its sacred water in the heavenly world, could provide salvation.

Time passed by and King Sagar died with a heavy   Suman was now the king, and he ruled his kingdom well. When old age crept upon him, he crowned his son Dileepa as king and proceeded to the Himalayas to undergo sever penances, to bring the Ganga down to the earth.  But he died before his penance bore fruit.
King Dileepa knew the last wishes of his father and grandfather . 

He performed many yagnas (fire ritual) on the advice of sages.  Pangs of sorrow at not being able to fulfill the family's aspiration infected him, and he fell ill.  Seeing that he was wasting away , he placed his son Bhagiratha on the throne; entrusting him with the mission of completing the task still left undone.

Bhagiratha soon handed the kingdom over to his prime minister and went to the Himalayas, performing terrible austerities for a long time  to draw the Ganga down from the skies. Eventually, humbled by the dogged dedication of the ascetic king, Ganga appeared in human form and agreed to purify the ashes of Bhagiratha's ancestors.

When Ganga agreed to bless the earth, a fear loomed. Will the unholy earth be able to withstand the mighty pressures of the descending waters ?.

To save the world from irreversible calamity, Bhagiratha prayed to Lord Shiva . Shiva assured Bhariratha that we would receive the impact on his matted locks -to enable the gushing waters to exhaust their, furious energy beforehand and then flow gently on earth..

The Ganga rushed fell in a mighty torrent onto Shiva's and calmed down in the passage through Lord Shiva’s  matted locks. The Mother Goddess fell upon the earth, in seven distinct streams: Hladini, Nalini and Pavani flowed east, Subhikshu, Sitha and Sindhu flowed west, and the seventh stream followed the chariot of Bhagiratha to the place where the ashes of his great-grandfathers lay in heaps- souls awaiting moksha .  

The Ganga flowed over the ashes of the 60,000 sons of King Sagar to deliver moksha , and usher the souls to the gilded gates of Vaikunta.. The celestial Ganga, is still falling from the heavens, timeless- gushing through Shiva's tangled locks, down to the earth, where sinners and worthy men alike flock to bathe in her waters and drink a gulpful .

Yesterday the Dwaraka Shankaracharya was blasted by the NEW WORLD ORDER foreign funded Indian main stream media for making a comment about Shirdi Sai Baba , whose photos were taken by the white invader--and is now been elevated to God .  

"Muslims would have had the same amount of faith in Sai Baba if he really was a symbol of unity between the Hindus and Muslims," Swami Swaroopanand had said.

India must NOT be arm twisted by NWO efforts to moth ball our immense coal reserves.  We must even keep a fleet of steam engines for trains primed and ready in case of diesel  fuel shortages.

Below: Fear mongering by R stooges about greenhouse gases , to make India stop using our enormous coal reserves.

People act as friends of the planet and they have such sinister agendas.  There are Trojan Horse environmentalist NGOs  who will say 9 things right —but the tenth thing will be a LIE and will hurt India.

Wanna know what the great savior of the planet Noam Chomsky says ?

"Suppose it was discovered tomorrow that the greenhouse effects has been way underestimated  and that the catastrophic effects are actually going to set in 10 years from now, and not 100 years from now or something.  Well, given the state of the popular movements we have today, we’d probably have a fascist takeover- with everybody agreeing to it, because that would be the only method for survival that anyone could think of.   I’d even agree to it, because there’s just no other alternatives right now." (Understanding Power, 388).

I want every Indian , whether he is Hindu, Muslim , Christian OR Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indentured labour Indians scattered abroad by Rothschild—whatever.








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The Ganges is much more that just a river. Is is a spiritual icon. It is as the core of Indian culture and ethos. 

The is nothing more welcome to a dying Hindu than a sip of ganga water at his last hour and having his ashes scattered in the holy river, which holds memory. 

Even if the river is polluted for the Hindu the Ganga water  is the ultimate symbol of purity, and holds the sacred power to purify anything it touches.   

Foreigners flock to the Varanasi ghats to enjoy the grand spiritual spectacle of evening aarti and leave with peace in their hearts, they have never experienced before . 

See this is the difference between religion and spirituality. The river weaves a magic wand of tranquility and peace that is hard to capture in words

As night falls, the famous Vishwanth temple reverberates to the timeless Sanskrit hymns --the inky waters of Ganges, illuminated with floating oil lamps, the sound of the temples bells and conches , cows ambling past homewards – it is something once seen,  it remains etched in your subconscious ,  never to be forgotten.

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It is well known that the Ganga river carries the highest silt load of any river in the world and the deposition of this material in the delta region results in the largest river delta in the world (400 km from north to south and 320 km from east to west). 

So what do you call people who construct dams across this river without de-silting facility upstream in the reservoir.

Did NOT hear you!

Say again!


I agree with you.

The Ganges delta is fast shrinking. The reason is silt held back by dam reservoirs. A delta can form only where the sediment volume supplied from a river can overwhelm the local ocean energy (waves, tides, currents).  

Rivers are not only conduits of water.  They are a complex, moving systems carrying sediment, nutrients, organisms, ecosystems, energy, material and cultures in their wake.  Sediment retention  reduces the life of the dam, while starving the river and delta in the downstream of sediment. 

Sunderban is a unique ecosystem dominated by mangrove forests and gets its name from the Sundari trees. Sunderban is spread over 54 islands and two countries. It is one of the last preserves of the Bengal tiger and the site of a tiger preservation project..

The population of the Bengal tiger is dwindling.  The majestic Bengal tiger is even losing weight because of "stress" associated with environmental changes impacting their natural habitat in the Sunderban mangrove swamps.

Tigers in the Sunderbans are now lighter and their body parts smaller compared to a decade ago. Saline water ingress is ruining the Sunderbans.  Delta loss  has reduced the number of fresh water ponds which attract the tigers' main prey.

Under-fed and malnourished, tigers are now straying into human habitats in search of goats and cows.  We are given unsolicited bull by the global warming stooges of big brother that sea level is rising and deltas are getting swamped. 

The Bengal tiger is an expert swimmer.  This poor tiger has even lost the sheen of it fantastic fur, due to saline ingress .

Hey, how about the delta land level lowering due to loss of silt and sedimentation –leading to catastrophic sea level rise ?.

Why shift the blame from dams built by MAD CHOOTS which hold back silt to bullsh#t climate change?

The direct impacts of delta subsidence and effective seas level rise include inundation of coastal areas, saltwater intrusion into coastal aquifers, increased rates of coastal erosion, an increased exposure to storm surges. 

Below: Toxic effluents are pumped out at night , using portable discharge pipes. Any tannery with such pipes must be shut down

This is in addition to the threats to food security, livelihood security, water security for millions and a huge loss of biodiversity. These threats impact hundreds of millions of people who inhabit the delta regions as well as the ecologically sensitive and important coastal wetland and mangrove forests.

Food security does NOT mean giving free food to physically and mentally healthy people as an Italian waitress has done recently .  

It means allowing wisdom to flow ( which we Indians do NOT lack ) and do what is necessary to strike at the root of the problem— lowering of ground water levels, loss of coastal ground water aquifers, lowering of delta etc.

What do we call people who cannot make out if the land level is getting low or sea water level is rising?

Say again,  did NOT hear you!


You got it!!

What does the MAD MEN do in India when the dam reservoirs (without bottom sediment bypass tunnel ) get silted?

The CHOOTS  raise the level of this useless  dam!   --and they pretend this is a very normal thing.

Desilting a dam reservoir ( without silt removal inbuilt mechanism ) is an expensive and time consuming process.

Rothschild’s ships of the The British East India Co. used only Ganges water on its ships during their 100 day journey back to England, because it stayed "sweet and fresh." 

See R knows what it takes— have to grant the devil his due.

Narendra Modi must BAN plastics in a phased manner—
-- unless new plastic products are made for this planet ( by research ) using weak peptide bonds rather than strong and resilient carbon bond. .

Most plastics are derived from propylene, a simple chemical component of petroleum. When heated up in the presence of a catalyst, individual chemical units monomers of propylene link together by forming extremely strong carbon-carbon bonds with each other. This results in polymers long chains of monomers called polypropylene.

Nature doesn't make non-biodegradable things like that.

People who dump plastics in a mindless manner must be FINED heavily.  Rich people who can afford such fines, must be imprisoned.   But first keep plastic garbage bins on every street and along the river banks.

Below: Plastics take hundreds of years to biodegrade.

Below: Dam turbine blades broken up/ eroded by sharp sediments 

All that is required to prevent PLASTICS being thrown around carelessly which finds it way into rivers and water bodies is ONE SENTENCE OF FIAT and POLITICAL WILL from Narendra Modi.   

Taking huge loans with high interest from World Bank and IMF is NOT the solution.

Appeasement of SECULAR minorities running Kanpur tanneries is also NOT the solution. 

The source of river Yamuna is the Yamunotri Glacier at a height of 6,387 metres on the south western slopes of Banderpooch peaks in the uppermost region of the Lower Himalayas in Uttarakhand.

The Yamuna joins the sacred Ganga, at Allahabad, after traversing 1375 km.  Yamuna merges with the Ganges at Triveni Sangam, Allahabad, the site for the Kumbha Mela every twelve years

Though the Yamuna is the largest tributary of the Ganga, yet in long stretches, she flows like a small rivulet. The flow of the Yamuna cannot be termed as continuous.

Yamuna has four distinct flow patterns. Its first phase is from Yamunotri to the Tajewala barrage, 172 km. The second phase is from the Tajewala barrage to the Wazirabad barrage, 224 km. And the third phase is through Delhi, from the Wazirabad barrage to the Okhla barrage, 22 km. The final phase of the river is from the Okhla barrage till it converges into the Ganga, 958 km away at Allahabad.

Between the Wazirabad barrage and the Okhla barrage, the mighty Yamuna is converted into a filthy stinking  sewage drain.  

The water in the Yamuna river remains stagnant for almost nine months in a year thanks to the MAD CHOOTS.  

Hardly any rainwater harvesting to recharge groundwater aquifers  is done in Delhi, though the soil is conducive . 

More than 50% of the the colonies in Delhi are illegal, unregularized or unauthorized which discharges untreated sewage into the Yamuna.

For major part of the year, river Yamuna does not flow downstream of Wazirabad barrage as all the river water upstream of the barrage is ponded (harnessed) for water supply in Delhi.

Yamuna river is holy too because  it flows through Vrindavana and Mathura, connected with Lord Krishna.  

Krishna was born in a prison cell in Mathura and spent His childhood in Vrindavan. There are over 5,000 temples in Vrindavan.

Below: River Yamuna today !

While His father Vasudeva was crossing the Yamuna with baby Lord Krishna for a safe place at Gokula on the other bank of the river from Mathura, the Lord fell down in the river, and by the dust of His lotus feet the river at once became sanctified." (Srimad Bhagavatam 1.19.6) 4000 BC

Below: River Yamuna today ! which MAD CHOOT is responsible for this?

Dams have been touted to prevent flooding. But exactly the reverse has happened.

Dams, when overfull, may release much larger than natural amounts of water in very short periods, sometimes causing more damaging flooding than previously known in the river basin.

Carving out the state of Uttarakhand in Nov 2000 was a conspiracy to get kickbacks and mint money. The new State wanted to have surplus power, which could be sold off to other States, by doing foeticide up in the mountains.. The Tehri Dam built on unstableground is a sword of Damocles hanging on India.

During Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev's visit to India in November 1986, a Soviet economic aid package for India's nuclear program suddenly fell through due to Indian opposition in the form of Trojan horse NGOs funded from abroad.. As a result, Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi and Gorbachev signed an agreement on the Tehri Dam project. Let us see how long this silted up dam lasts.

The highly absorbent shale, customary in the valley, makes the slopes susceptible to frequent slides—which can trigger off a solition wave ( Tsunami ) .

The white invader was in the habit of rewarding their stooges by selling them dry unfertile land at throw away prices.   Then they would make those areas irrigable by building canal though them, and have these benefactors as their stooges for life.

The  desert lands to the west of Punjab were made cultivable by  canals and were allotted only to Sikhs residing in eastern Punjab at throw away prices. Check out the huge and vast tract of land known as 'Nilibar' irrigated by the Chenab Canal.

Check out the Nuevo rich Sikh farm owners cum farmers in the districts of Amritsar, Ludhiana, Ferozepur and adjoining areas. The most loyal stooges of the British got the canal zone lands free.  Tracts of land from 15 acres to 500 acres were doled out.

Canal networks  were dug at Upper Bari Doab, from river Ravi and lower Bari Doab as well from that River; the upper Chenab canal from Chenab river. The Shahpur Thal desert was irrigated by the canals taken from river Jhelum in upper Jhelum canal.

These irrigation projects covered entire lands which were previously arid deserts where not a blade of grass grew. These lands were made fit for agriculture from the Chenab river, 430 miles of canal were dug with  2293 miles of distributor channels, while 12,100 miles of the water course were taken.

Financial incentives were given to the most loyal British Sikh stooges. Recommendations from loyal Sikh Maharajas were acquiesced to.  Now you know the secrets of 15 gun and 21 gun salutes and how Sikh Maharajas were found fit to visit king George in England.

These channels irrigated 2.6 million acres of land.  It was at the cost of 350 Lakh rupees ( a fortune in those days ) and the initial yearly value of the crop yielded over 900 lakh rupees -- every paise earned by the loyal Sikh farmers.

Posts for loyal Sikhs were reserved in the Army and in the civil services to be filled exclusively by baptized Sikhs, the Tat Khalsa.   The land owning Brahmins now depended on Sikhs who became the new Zamindars.

The Sikhs held the money,  they were allowed to carry swords , they got the ear of Rothschild -   they were the new tough guys on the block .

There is something known as R.I.S. or Reservoir Induced Seismicity-- the effects of a large body of water on a geologic fault, in an area prone to earthquakes.

When a dam is built and the reservoir filled with water, the amount of pressure exerted on the earth in that area changes dramatically. When the water level of a reservoir is raised, pressure on the underlying ground increases; when the water level is lowered, the pressure decreases. This fluctuation can stress the delicate balance between tectonic plates beneath the surface, possibly causing them to shift. 

Another factor is the water itself. When the water pressure increases, more of it is forced into the ground, filling cracks and crevices. All of this water pressure can expand those cracks and even create new, tiny ones in the rock, causing greater instability below ground. What's more, as the water sinks deeper, it can act as sort of a lubricant for rock plates that are being held in place by friction alone. The lubrication can cause those plates to slip. 

China's leviathan Three Gorges Dam,is built over the Jiuwanxi and the Zigui-Badong fault lines. Reservoir-induced seismicity (RIS) is most likely to occur within a few years, even a decade after initial filling of a dam reservoir to its highest level, due to the time it takes for reservoir water to penetrate deep into seismic faults and fissures before it triggers seismic activity. 

A 2010 study revealed seismic monitors around the Three Gorges Dam reservoir and in Hubei Province registered 3,429 earthquakes between June of 2003 (when inundation of the reservoir began) and December 31, 2009: a 30-fold increase in seismic frequency over the pre-dam period. 

The earthquakes and water-level fluctuations in the reservoir have increasingly destabilized surrounding slopes, leading to 430 landslides. China has already lost 28,000 of its estimated 50,000 rivers within a few decades, according to the first national water census carried out in 2013. China is a poor role model.

The 6.3 magnitude 1967 Koynanagar Earthquake occurred in Maharashtra, India with its epicenter, fore- and aftershocks all located near or under the Koyna Dam reservoir. 180 people died and 1,500 were left injured. The effects of the earthquake were felt 230 km away in Mumbai with tremors and power outages.

The most ridiculous thing is that newspaper are reporting that anyone spitting into ganges or dumping waste could be looking at up to 3 years in jail or a fine of Rs 10,000 .  

Nonsense, with a capital N . 

Spitting in Ganga is NOT bad for Ganga.  Dumping of organic wastes like flowers , paper or lighted clay diyas with veg oil/ ghee is NOT bad for Ganga.  

Dumping non-biodegradable plastics and bio-accumulative toxic tannery chemicals is bad for ganga.

When a river is stilled behind a dam, the sediments it contains sink to the bottom of the reservoir. As the sediments accumulate in the reservoir, so the dam gradually loses its ability to store water for the purposes for which it was built.  

Apart from rapidly filling their reservoirs, sediment–filled rivers also cause headaches for dam operators due to the abrasion of turbines and other dam components.

The efficiency of a turbine is largely dependent upon the hydraulic properties of its blades, just as an aeroplane depends on the aerodynamic properties of its wings. A plane with a damages wing willNOT be able to take off. 

 The erosion and cracking of the tips of turbine blades by water–borne sand and silt considerably reduces their generating efficiency and can require expensive repairs.  Mudslides caused by earthquakes and flash floods like what happened at Uttarachal can have a dramatic and unpredictable effect on reservoir sedimentation.

Once a dam reservoir is silted is loses power generation capacity, loses water by evaporation and is then called a WHITE ELEPHANT DAM.

Engineers have been aware of the problem for centuries.  A dam built in Spain in 1394 is still operating because it was built with a gate at its base so that silt and sediment can be flushed out . Some modern dams, including the giant Three Gorges Dam in China, incorporate similar systems.

The people responsible for planning white elephant dams in India must be punished.

The Kallanai (also known as the Grand Anicut) is an ancient dam built across the Kaveri River in Tiruchirapalli District in the state of Tamil Nadu.   Located at a distance of 15 km from Tiruchirapalli, the dam was originally constructed by the Chola king Karikala around the 2nd Century AD,  and is THE oldest dam in the world which is still in use.  About 15,000 Singala speaking slaves from Sri Lanka were used for labour.  Kaveri river is clear and has NO silt.

The Three Gorges Dam of China is the world's largest power station in terms of installed capacity (22,500 MW).  Coupling the dam's 32 main turbines with two smaller generators (50 MW each) to power the plant itself, the total electric generating capacity of the dam is 22,500 MW. The main generators weigh about 6,000 tonnes each and are designed to produce more than 700 MW of power.  On completion, the reservoir flooded a total area of 632 square kilometres of land.

Hydroelectric dams are the number one source of methane gas emissions caused by humans.  Methane gas contributes much more to climate change then carbon dioxide.  

India must NOT be arm twisted by the western nations into moth balling our enormous reserves of coal.   India has more than 310 billion metric tonnes of coal.  We must use them as and when we feel like.   Earth’s climate is dominated by water, not carbon dioxide.

As the oceans warm, they release CO2 into the atmosphere. Climate change is dominated by changes in the water cycle, driven by solar and gravitational forces, and carbon dioxide plays only a minor role.

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Kumbh Mela ritual bathing by millions of devotees , increases the population of bacteriophages in the river.

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Bathing in the Ganges river is deeply interlinked with the Hindu concept of Moksha.

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India and Bali are the last pockets on earth of spirituality.   Spirituality is different from religion.

Hinduism was developed along spiritual lines, NOT religious lines—the reason why 800 years of slavery could NOT stamp out this amazing way of life..

Hindusim is NOT a religion, it is the practise of spirituality by elevating human consciousness in the personal quest for truth.

India and Bali are the last pockets of spirituality on this planet. Why do you think the spirituality seeking white man goes to these places in droves?

These foreigners can comprehend that Hinduism is based on reason and NOT faith -- unless the faith is an extension of reason.

Hindusim is a relentless pursuit of truth, flexible to suit all situations.

At the heart of Hinduism remains mans' essential quest for union with the Absolute supreme the brahmAn. In addition to tradition and moral order, it also signifies the path of knowledge and correct action ( Dharma ).

Islam and Christianity are religions. These religions had Inquisitions.

Jews were too busy following their VULGAR and racist Talmud.

Ahimsa ( non-violence ) even vegetarianism , is a characteristic of Hinduism—due to which vile foreign invaders took advantage..

What the waitress calls SAFFRON TERROR -- is just the hindus making a free choice NOT to be cowards anymore and giving back as good as they got.

Today when a patient and tolerant Hindu gets outraged and decides to retaliate, rivers of blood flows on the streets .

Hinduism can never dream of all this for openness and inclusivity is the essence of Hinduism.

Hinduism is a spiritual code. Know thyself is the quintessence.

Hinduism has a total lack of compulsions.  You cannot get ex-communicated for NOT toeing the line.

The diversity, the range, and the lofty metaphysical aspirations of Vedanta are mindboggling.

Loaded truth is delivered or revealed from a divine source and enters the world through a single agent: for example, Abraham in Judaism, Jesus Christ in Christianity, and Muhammad in Islam.

These truths are then recorded in scriptures that serve as a source of knowledge of divine wisdom: the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament of the Christian Bible, and the Koran.    In the Hindu tradition, by utter contrast, there is no single revelation.

The Hindu spirituality tradition , unlike other religions -- has always concerned itself with the “human” situation rather than the “our religion “ situation.

Under the doctrine of karma, the ability to make choices remains with the individual- and NOT what is being told as gospel in a holy book .  

The Hindu uses his conscience programmed into his DNA.  There is NO poverty in heart and soul.

Ask the Jews—they will say India is the only place where they never got persecuted over thousands of years—they always ran here for refuge.

The reason ?

This country had denizens steeped in spirituality — NOT religious bigots.  Hebrew religion and Hinduism co-existed.

Yet today foreign funded Indian TV calls all Hindus bigots – what a joke !.


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In the video above the Naga sadhus cry out HAR HAR MAHADEV.   Their warrior ancestors gave the invader Muslims a tough time.

Mahadev is Lord Shiva !

Who is Lord Shiva ?  

No he is NOT an Aghori or a corpse eater, the immoral west and their Indian stooges has painted him to be.

An Indian writer by the name of Amish Tripathi has been named by R controlled Forbes to be among the top 100 celebrities in India twice in a row, in 2012 and 2013, for converting Lord Shiva into a sex starved mortal tribal.

See there are rewards if you can denigrate Hinduism and make the Hindu self loathing. 

Hinduism has survived and will survive.

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The FAKE  Krittivasa Ramayana, was an R sponsored book how king Bhagiratha, who brought the sacred river Ganga from heaven to earth, was born out of LESBIAN  SEXUAL UNION  of two widows .

These POISON FILLED Sanskrit and Bengali texts ridiculously explain that his name Bhagiratha comes from the word bhaga (vulva), because he was born of two vulvas.   

The R sponsored Krittivasi Ramayan is attributed to a back dated  to 15th century  Bengali poet Krittibas Ojha.  It is supposed to be a translation of the Ramayana into Bengali, which represents the first translation of the Ramayana into any North Indian language other than Sanskrit.  The current edited and abridged version of the epic is attributed to a R stooge Jaygopal Tarkalankar and was published in 1834.  

Sri Sri Ravishankar has become a darling of the west after he said that homosexuality is sanctioned by Hinduism.    When asked about homosexuality, Sri Sri Ravi Shankar, founder of the international Art of Living movement, said, “Every individual has both male and female in them. Sometimes one dominates, sometimes other; it is all fluid.”

Today they are making out the FAKE Kamasutra ( translated by Richard Burton) and “supposed to be written “ by FAKE Vatsayana as a sexual text about Krishna and his FAKE mistress Radha ..   

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QUOTE :  For erring men, the Kama Sutra recommends this evergreen rule: 
A lady, however shy or furious she may be, cannot ignore a man falling at her feet, this is a universal rule (meaning not restricted by time, place or context). (3.2.11) 
Indeed, this was the very manner in which Lord Krishna, even after having sported with another female the whole night, managed to extract forgiveness from his beloved Radha.: UNQUOTE .

Jaipur literary fest attended by  India’s moth eaten faced pseudo intellectuals always have a discussion of Vatsayana’s  Kamasutra.

Probably my next post may be on the FAKE poison injected Kamasutra written by the FAKE Vatsayana—translated by Rothschild’s employee in British East India Company Richard Francis Burton, for which he was knighted within two years by the queen of England.

The immoral white man even threw Lord Shiva’s  vahana Nandi the bull into the perverted works.  They wrote than Nandi eaves dropped and did a peeping tom while Lord Shiva has sexual intercourse with his  wife Parvati.  

If you can trash Hinduism like this— our foreign funded Indian TV will give you uninterrupted space on primetime, and you get an invite to R sponsored literary fests.

Above :  After death when you are cremated and your skull pops, your soul is shot up by a soliton carrier wave to one of these 7 energy layers / astral planes – depending on your aura energy / kundalini raise .   A moksha soul go to the highest  energy plane.  

Remember you are immortal—  you were born with the stars , at the beginning of cosmic creation.  Your cadaver/ body is like a pair of jeans , you discard on death .

This blog post is incomplete unless you read the following two posts .

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So PM Narendra Modi really wants to clean up the holy Ganga?

I know Modi will read this—so here is a direct message.







Harshil Shah
September 21, 2014 at 9:06 AM
Pranam Guruji,

Indeed, i read the above post and its exactly same. Sir, however one question - usually we offer water on shiva lingam (due to reasons explained in one of your earlier post), then at vatican and kabba, are they still continuing the same practice covertly ?... What happens if this is not continued or are there any other alternatives (may be a silly question).. I am still learning...

Harshil Shah


Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
September 21, 2014 at 9:57 AM
hi hs,

You will find millions of funda on the internet and Hindu literature – even by learned gurus like Vivekananda and hundreds of shankaracharyas..


NOBODY HAS UNDERSTOOD HINDUISM SINCE ADI SHANKARACHARYA OF 2000 BC—and few German Quantum physicists ( who all converted to Hinduism and got cremated. .)

Shiva Lingam contains the soul-seed ( DNA ) within which lies the essence of the entire cosmos.

Water holds memory.

Copper kalasha drips water right on top of the shiva lingam and this water bathes the lingam uniformly. In ancient days this water used to be LIVING ganges water.

The base has a run off for water – and this water is holy theertham . The white man called the Lingam as Shiva’s erect phallus and the run off base for water as YONI( vagina – note the extreme sarcasm ).


I have been telling this in my posts .

One day, three years ago NASA agreed with capt ajit vadakayil.

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You will find it on page one item one among 8 million posts—even ahead of NASA’s post on this subject .

If you cant see it by some quirk, enter-- NASA DNA METEORITE VADAKAYIL.

Theertham water holds memory .

The computers of the future ( maybe 200 years in future ) will NOT contain silicon chips.

They will hold water . In another 400 years I predict computers will be conscious and they can laugh at a joke or tell the moral of a story narrated to it .

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We had INDOPHILE white men and women ( like Wendy Doniger ) interpreting Hindusim for us , right?—all wolves in sheep’s clothing !




Capt ajit vadakayil


Grace and peace !