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The Chambal's Pollution-Free Secret

The Chambal river somehow escaped pollution for centuries. HOW? 😲🐊

07/09/2019 2:59 AM
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  • Karan A.
    07/09/2019 03:04

    When you treat river as a river. 🤘

  • Sumit K.
    07/09/2019 03:05

    Chila chila Kar sabko plan bata do

  • Krishna K.
    07/09/2019 03:06

    That's the beauty of humans... They Make holy things polluted ... Meanwhile 'unholy' things thrive because of zero human intervention...

  • Ana T.
    07/09/2019 03:07

    The irony of this 😂

  • Zaid A.
    07/09/2019 03:08

    IRONIC BECAUSE ITS CONSIDERED IMPURE , ITS PURE 🤣🤣

  • Siddhanth K.
    07/09/2019 03:09

    Ab ye scheme sab koh pata chal gayi aab sab jayenga waha usko bhi gaanda karne

  • Anup U.
    07/09/2019 03:15

    Religion is not the largest poluter of river. Ganga was not poluted for a thousand year's till the industries came in. Same for Yamuna and other rivers. Bangalore was very clean place till the industrial modifications of Bangalore

  • Abhishek B.
    07/09/2019 03:19

    https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10161908946280573&id=821605572

  • Jon W.
    07/09/2019 03:21

    So it’s religion that’s responsible for polluting our rivers

  • TI-Lõw M.
    07/09/2019 03:22

    Brut at its best anti hindu post allI the time🖕🖕

  • Sardar S.
    07/09/2019 03:27

    Govt protection will do nothing, but bandits can do, we need them 😂🤣

  • Mandish P.
    07/09/2019 03:28

    It seems Religion as garbage , without that things to be nice and clear Lol everyone should think on this

  • Shivani S.
    07/09/2019 03:29

    😂

  • Vasudeva A.
    07/09/2019 03:33

    Fact is, no one can get into water because it's full of crocs. There's a Croc breeding centre at Morena well maintained. In this park there is one partially injured antelope (Krishna mriga) which I have fondled for some time.

  • Vishal D.
    07/09/2019 03:37

    it’s rather unkind of Brut to ignore industrial waste as pollutants are blame religious ceremonies.

  • Anand S.
    07/09/2019 03:40

    I think main reason behind it is gabbar singh....coz he used to live in valleys of chambal....😂

  • Prakash P.
    07/09/2019 03:41

    Vedic name of River Chambal is Charmanvati ...and yessss its water is used for holy purposes. And pollution got nothing to do with holiness of river. Citarum in Indonesia and Indus in Pakistan are also among 10 most polluted in world.Same is with rivers near textile factories in Bangladesh. And what was the reason Thames getting polluted??? Multiple dams on rivers,new factories being situated beside the river, forest around the rivers being chopped off and factories releaseing their effluents directly in the river without treating.....these factors make sure that Rivers are going to get polluted whether they are Holy or not!! Don't fool BrutIndia

  • Ankit K.
    07/09/2019 04:00

    River Ganga was unpolluted for a very long period of time ,the pollution started in Ganga when urban settlements started draining sewage in its water which is purely unholy act.The pollution from the tanneries is also one of the major reason of the pollution of Ganga.There are several lakes and ponds in several villages and towns of India which are also not considered as holy but they are more polluted than Ganga ,so in this case where does your logic stands 'My Darling Baby Brut'.And if religious rituals are performed in its original organic way it does not pollut the river but also helps in sustaining the river's ecosystem as it had been doing for a long period of time before the modern period .yes,the use of throwing stuffs in plastic bag is a matter of concern but the religious rituals does not prescribe it.SO,MISS BRUT stop spreading your religious bigotry.Miss religious bigot Brut we consider air also as holy so if we would not consider it as holy i think u might stop polluting it by your car .

  • Mathaikutty V.
    07/09/2019 04:03

    India, our country.. A chowkidar chor hey civilization...

  • Susan D.
    07/09/2019 04:13

    Sounds like it might be worth a shot in other areas of the world.