68 comments

  • Arthur C.
    01/05/2020 05:00

    Great but need to start work on the Sewage plant or it's no use.

  • Francis D.
    29/04/2020 17:37

    Why if it is sacred does no one show respect for the Ganges and treat the river as a dumping ground .

  • Keith W.
    27/04/2020 21:11

    It seems the WORLD IS BECOMING CLEAN🤔👽😎

  • Rose A.
    20/04/2020 01:17

    YES Let's keep it up!!

  • Gary W.
    19/04/2020 21:10

    Bull shit

  • Robert C.
    19/04/2020 18:42

    Settled to the bottom without all the surface turbulence. Just a respite for nature before the sewage begins again. A global issue if there ever was one?!

  • Amber H.
    18/04/2020 23:10

    Good I hope they try to keep it up instead of using as a place to dump bodies go to the bathroom or throw trash

  • Subhajit S.
    18/04/2020 09:10

    After lockdown it will once again be treated as mother and will become full of .....God knows what not 😓

  • Madeleine P.
    18/04/2020 02:15

    Lets hope it stays that way that the pollutants will stop and people stop throwing rubbish in their sacred river.

  • Nicholas S.
    17/04/2020 22:53

    Thes people bathed and drank the water when it was horribly polluted....because it was sacred they thought they were/ r protected....yet again religous beliefs prevail over common sense...smh

  • Younes H.
    17/04/2020 18:14

  • Adolfo A.
    17/04/2020 13:36

    It shows that human are the pollutants.

  • Leandro B.
    17/04/2020 10:53

    FOOD FOR THOUGHT!

  • May B.
    17/04/2020 10:32

    So after lockdown, it's going to be back normal?? Full of rubbish again??

  • Adele S.
    17/04/2020 08:56

    Lessons here

  • Hrithik S.
    17/04/2020 02:52

    Beautiful

  • Ronald G.
    17/04/2020 01:17

    Maybe.. just maybe.. corona is the way.. earth cure the disease..

  • Seng Y.
    17/04/2020 00:34

    🙋‍♂️

  • Chloe E.
    16/04/2020 20:39

    Love this 💜

  • Maary B.
    16/04/2020 20:25

    the difference is insane