Ganges also known as Ganga is the sacred river of India which flow in the Indian subcontinent. It flows In India and Bangladesh. River starts from the Himalayan Mountain in Uttrakhand the state of the India and end in the bay of Bengal in Bangladesh. Some Ganges river facts are listed below.
Ganges river facts
It start from the Gangotari Glacier in Himalayas’ southern slope.
Ganges water can be kept for
In the Ganges 150 different type of fish living and it is also the home of 90 different kind of the amphibians.
Freshwater dolphin and the Ganges Sharks are also live in the river but both species are near to extinct. The Ganges Sharks found in the Brahmaputra river also.
D.S. Bhargava, an environmental engineer from
Malaria Research Center from New Delhi found that the water from the upper ambit of the Ganges river prevents the breading of the mosquitoes.
in 1896 Ernest Hanbury Hankin, British bacteriologist tested Ganga water with the Vibrio
Change is natural and it affects everything in the world. So Ganges river is also affected it is shifting from its original place. In the last 30 year