Gangotri Temple in Himalayas – Information about Gangotri Temple in Uttarakhand

Gangotri Temple in Himalayas is part of the Char Dham Yatra in Uttarakhand. It is located in Uttarkashi. Gangotri Temple architecture is influenced by Katyuri style and it has five small shikhars of 20 feet height. The shrine faces east and the first rays of sun falls on it.

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The sanctum sanctorum is built on a raised platform and has murtis of Goddess Ganga, the main deity, Goddess Yamuna, Mahalakshmi, Annapurna, Saraswati and Bhagirath. A murti of Adi Shankaracharya is also found here.

Legend has it that King Bhagirath performed intense austerities here for 5500 years to bring Ganga down from heaven so that she can wash away the sins of his ancestors.

Four other small shrines are located in the vicinity of the Gangotri Temple and they are dedicated to Shiva, Ganesha, Hanuman and Bhagirathi.

Ganga is known as Bhagirati at the source and later takes the name Ganga after the confluence with Alakananda River at Devprayag.

The first aarti in the temple is performed at 6:00 AM.

Devotees can perform pindadaan and tarpan here.

The evening Aarti is known as Gandharva Aarti and involves rhythmic chanting to the music of conch, bells and tongs.

Gaumukth, the source glacier of Ganga, is 18 kilometers upstream from Gangotri Temple.


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GANGA CHALISA / GANGA STUTI !!!

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

(A Hymn to Ganga)
jai jai jai jaga pavani, jayati devasari Ganga I
jai siva jata nivasini, anupama tumga taramga II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Glory, glory, all glory to you, O sanctifier of the world; glory to you, O Ganga, the sacred river of the gods. Victory to you, O dweller among Siva’s locks ! Your bouncing and rippling waves (as you descend from the high Himalayas) are incomparably beautiful.
II

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jai jai janani harana agha khani I ananda karani Ganga maharani II
jai bhagirathi surasari mata I kali mala mula dalani vikhyata II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Glory, all glory to you, O destroyer of all accumulated sins and delight of your devotees. O Mother Ganga, you are the queen consort among the sacred streams of the world. Glory to you, O Bhagirathi; glory to you, O stream of the gods and nourisher of the world; you are renowned as the extirpator of the very roots of all defilements of this Kali age.
III

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jai jai jahnu suta agha harani I bhisma ki mata jaga janani II
dhavala kamala dala sama tanu sajai I lakhi sata sarada candra chavi lajai II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Glory, all glory to you, O Jahnavi, destroyer of sins; you are the mother of Bhisma and source of nourishment to the world. Your beautiful body is as fair and delicate as the petals of white lotuses, beholding which the beauty of a hundred autumn moons is abashed.
IV

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

vahana makara vimala suci sohaim I amiya kalasa kara lakhi mana mohaim II jaRita ratna kamcana abhusana I hiya mani hara harani tama dusana II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Your vehicle, the immaculate and sacred crocodile, looks elegant and he who beholds the urn filled with ambrosia in your hand is at once spell-bound. The gold ornaments you are wearing are all studded with precious gems and the diamond necklace on your bosom is absolutely spotless (without any trace of impurity).
V

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jaga pavani traya tapa nasavani I tarala taramga tumga mana bhavani II
jo ganapati ati pujya pradhana I tihum te prathama Ganga snana II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Glory to you, O purifier of the world and destroyer of sins; your flowing, leaping waves are so alluring. Ganesa, Lord of Siva’s henchmen, is said to be foremost among all the adorable gods, but bathing in the Ganga takes precedence over him.
VI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

brahma kamandala vasini devi I sri prabhu pada pamkaja sukha sevi II
sathi sahasra sagara suta taryoI Gangasagara tirtha dharyo II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

O Goddess, you dwell in Brahma’s kamandalu, the pot made of earth or wood which he carries; but you came down to worship the lotus feet of Visnu, the feet that bestow happiness on all. You absolved all the sixty thousand sons of Sagara of their sins and made Gangasagara a place of pilgrimage.
VII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

agama taramga uthyo mana bhavana I lakhi tirtha haridvara suhavana II
tirtha raja prayaga aksayavata I dharyo matu puni kasi karavata II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

He who heholds the sacred scenic beauty of Haridvara is filled with an upsurge of mysterious and pleasurable sensations. (It is your sanctifying power that has turned so many cities situated on your banks into places of pilgrimage.) Among the cities sanctified by you is Prayaga, the foremost of all holy places, and its immortal banyan tree, the Aksayavata; similarly when you adopted a new course (and changed sides) Kasi became another holy place.
VIII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

dhani dhani surasari svarga ki siRhi I tarani amita pitu pada piRhi II
bhagiratha tapa kiyo apara I diyo brahma taba surasari dhara II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Blessed, all blessed are you, O stream of gods, you are a leader to heaven and the redeemer of countless generation of our manes. O Bhagirathi, when Bhagiratha performed the most rigorous penances known to the world, Brahma was pleased to bless him with the celestial stream.
IX

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jaba jaga janani calyo haharai I sambhu jata maham rahyo samai II
barsa paryanta Ganga maharani I rahi sambhu ke jata bhulani II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

O nourisher of the world, when loud thundered your crashing torrent, you entered Sambhu’s locks and, O great empress, you remained invisible there for a year.
X

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

puni bhagiratha sambhuhim dhyayo I taba ika bunda jata se payo II
tate matu bham traya dhara I mrtyuloka nabha aru patara II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

When again Bhagiratha meditated onSambhu, he received a drop of your holy water from his locks. That holy drop, O Mother, swelled into three streams – one flowing in this world of the mortals, another in that of the celestials, and the third in the nether world.
XI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

gam patala prabhavati nama I mandakini gaim gagana lalama II
mrtyu loka jahnavi suhavani I kali mala harani agama jaga pavani II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

The one flowing in the nether world is called Prabhavati; another flowing through the gorgeous heavens is known as Mandakini. In this world of mortals the third stream became the beauteous Jahnavi, who does away with the defilements of the Kali age and who mysteriously sanctifies the whole world.
XII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

dhani maiya tava mahima bhari I dharma dhuri kali kalusa kuthari II
matu prabhavati dhani mandakini I dhani dhani deva sarita bhayanasini II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Blessed and abundantly illustrious are you, O Mother, the very pivot of righteousness and an axe to destroy the defilements of the Kali age. Blessed, all blressed are all the three streams–Prabhavai, Mandakini, and the divine river Ganga – which dispel all dread.
XIII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

pana karata nirmala Gangajala I pavata mana icchita ananta phala II
purva janma punya jaba jagata I tabahim dhyana Ganga maham lagata II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

He who sips the holy water of Ganga inall its unpolluted (elemental) purity is rewarded with increasing success in all his endeavours and with the fulfilment of all his desire. But only with the fruition of the virtuous deeds done in the previous births can one turn one’s mind to Ganga.
XIV

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jab pagu surasari heta uthavahi I tai jagi asvamedha phala pavahi II
maha patita jina kahu na tare I tina tare ika nama tihare II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

As soon as a person steps out towards the holy river (to bathe in it, to sipits liberating portion, or to worship it), he is rewarded with the fruit of a horse-sacrifice. Your name delivered even the most damned and fallen of men whom none else could ever liberate.
XV

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

sata yojanahu se jo dhyavai I niscaya visnu loka pada pavai II
nama bhajata aganita agha nasai I vimala jnana bala buddhi prakasai II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Even those who remember you from a distance of a hundred yojanas – a yojana being equal to nine miles – doubtless obtain a place in the realm of Lord Visnu. As soon as one repeats your name, one is absolved of countless sins and is blessed with the radiance of unsullied knowledge, valiance, and wit.
XVI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

jimi dhana mula dharma aru dana I dharma mula Ganga jala pana II
tava gunagana karata dukha bhagata I grha grha sampati sumati virajata II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Just as the original source of all affluence is religious observance and charity, so is a drink of holy water taken from Ganga the very source of dharma, righteousness. Tribulations flee and homes are filled with the radiance of affluence and good moral sense when, O Mother, your praises are sung.
XVII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

Gangahi nema sahita nita dhyavata I durjanahu sajjana pada pavata II
buddhi hina vidya bala pavai I rogi roga mukta hvai javai II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

He who regularly remembers the holy stream and observes the stringent rules of such a worship attains to the status of a noble person even if he is wicked. Even witless dunces acquire the power of knowledge and the sick are cured of all infirmities.
XVIII

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

Ganga Ganga jo nara kahahi I bhukha namga kabahum na rahahi II
nikasata hi mukha Ganga mai I anana davi yama calahim parai II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

He who chants the name of Ganga never starves nor remains naked. As soon as he utters the name of Ganga, Yama, the god of death, hides his face in embarrassment flees at once.
XIX

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

mahana aghina adhamana kaham tare I bhaye naraka ke banda kivaRe II
jo nara japai Ganga sata nama I sakala siddhi purana hvai kama II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Ever since you delivered many a great sinner, the doorways to hell have been closed for them. He who repeats your hundred names finds his desires fulfilled and attains to prosperity.
XXX

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

saba sukha bhoga parama pada pavahim I avagamana rahita hvai javahim II
dhani maiya surasari sukhadayini I dhani dhani tirtharaja triveni II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Having enjoyed all the blessings of life he attains to the supreme state and is delivered from the cycle of birth and death. Blessed are you, O Mother, the celestial stream, the source of all happiness; blessed, all blessed is the confluence of the three rivers, triveni, at Prayaga, the holiest of the holy.
XXXI

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

kakara grama rsi durvasa I sundaradasa Ganga kara dasa II
jo yaja paRhe Gangacalisa I milai bhakti avirala vagisa II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

This hymn has been composed by a devotee of Ganga, Sundaradas, in the hermitage of the high sage Durvasa of the village Kakara. He who reads this hymn to Ganga becomes a recipient of uninterrupted devotion and consummate eloquence.
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I

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

nita nava sukha sampati lahai, dhare Ganga ka dhyana II
amta samaya sura pura basai, sadara baithi vimana II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

Meditation on Ganga yields ever-new happiness and prosperity and an abode in the city of the celestials, to which he is carried in an aerial car after death.
II

Sanskrit Wording:

English Wording:

samvata bhuja nabha gagana disi, rama janma dina caitra I
purana calisa kiyo, hari bhaktana hita naitra II

Hindi Meaning:

English Meaning:

In the year 2010 of the Vikrama era on the ramanavami day in the month of Caitra, the poet completed this hymn to Ganga for the edification of Hari’s votaries and for none else.

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Magha Purnima 2016 – February 22 (Monday)

 

Magha Purnima also known as Maghi Purnima is a full moon day which falls in the month of Magh according to the Hindu calendar. It is the month in which the famous Kumbh Mela (held every 12 years) and the Magha Mela (an annual event) takes place at Triveni Sangam (a confluence of three rivers) in Prayag or Allahabad.

Magha is one of the most sacred months because at the beginning of the month the sun sets on its northern path. Magha Purnima is the last and most important day of the month of Magh. It is regarded as an auspicious day to take holy bath.

Magha Purnima also marks the conclusion of the Magha month in North India. Therefore, the full moon day of this month is greatly revered by Hindu devotees especially the worshippers of Lord Vishnu.

Magha Mela which is an annual event is held at Prayag in Allahabad and millions of devotees including pilgrims, underprivileged, priests, ascetics and the common man take a holy bath on this day.

Significance

Magh Purnima is venerated as a bathing festivalacross the country and a dip in the Ganga on this day holds high religious merit. Hindu devotees take a holy bath in the Ganga or Yamuna rivers every day of the month which begins from Paush Purnima and ends on Magha Purnima. Those who cannot make it to the sacred river can take a bath in any other stream, river, tank or pond which is regarded as holy and auspicious.

On this day, a number of bathing festivals are held on the banks of holy rivers like the Ganga, Jamuna, Kaveri, Krishna, Tapti, etc. People walk for miles and miles to be able to take a single holy dip in the river. A dip in the sea at Kanyakumari and Rameshwaram also has high religious value.

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Rituals and Muhurat for Jaya Ekadashi 2016

Jaya Ekadashi 2016 is on February 18 Thursday
  • Jaya Ekadashi is a fasting practice that is observed on the ‘ekadashi’ tithi during the Shukla Paksha (the bright fortnight of moon) in the month of ‘Magh’ in the Hindu calendar.
  • If you follow the Gregorian calendar it falls between the months of January-February.
  • It is believed that if this ekadashi falls on a Thursday, it is even more auspicious.
  • This ekadashi is also celebrated in the honour of Lord Vishnu, one of the three main Hindu deities.
  • The Jaya Ekadashi fast is observed by almost all Hindus, especially Lord Vishnu followers to receive His divine blessings.
  • It is also a popular belief that by keeping this ekadashi fast, all the sins get washed away and the person will attain salvation.
  • Jaya Ekadashi is also popularly referred as ‘Bhoumi Ekadashi’ and ‘Bhishma Ekadashi’ in some Hindu communities of South India, particularly the states of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh.

Significance of Jaya Ekadashi 2016

  • The importance and story of Jaya Ekadashi is mentioned in the ‘Padma Purana’ and ‘Bhavisyothara Purana’.
  • Sri Krishna also described the greatness and way of observing this auspicious ekadashi vrat to King Yudhisthira, the eldest of the five Pandav brothers.
  • Jaya Ekadashi vrat is so powerful that it can free the person from the most heinous sins committed, even ‘Brahma Hatya’.
  • Jaya Ekadashi vrat holds double significance for the fact that ekadashi is dedicated to Lord Vishnu and the month of ‘Magh’ in which it falls is auspicious for Lord Shiva puja.

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चमत्कारिक शिवलिंग: दिन में तीन बार बदलता है रंग, पूरी होती है मनोकामना

राजस्थान का धौलपुर जिला चंबल के बीहड़ों के लिए प्रसिद्ध है। लेकिन एक चमत्कारिक शिवलिंग भी यहां की पहचान बन गया है। यह श्रद्धालुओं के लिए आस्था का केंद्र तो है ही, वैज्ञानिकों के लिए भी जिज्ञासा का केंद्र बना हुआ है। दरअसल, साइंस आज तक यह पहेली नहीं सुलझा पाया कि यह शिवलिंग आखिर क्यों और कैसे रंग बदलता है। आए दिन यहां भक्तों का ताता लगा रहता है।

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दिन में 3 बार बदलता है रंग…

दिन में लाल, दोपहर को केसरिया और रात को सांवला
– यह शिवलिंग दिन में 3 बार अपना रंग बदलता है।
– शिवलिंग का रंग दिन में लाल, दोपहर को केसरिया और रात को सांवला हो जाता है।
– ऐसा क्यों होता है इसका जवाब अब तक नहीं मिल सका है।
– कई बार मंदिर में रिसर्च टीमें आकर जांच-पड़ताल कर चुकी हैं।
– फिर भी इस चमत्कारी शिवलिंग के रहस्य से पर्दा नहीं उठ सका है।
यहां शादी से पहले मांगते हैं मन्नत
ऐसा माना जाता है कि जो भी कुंवारा या कुंवारी यहां शादी से पहले मन्नत मांगने आते हैं, उनकी मुराद पूरी हो जाती है। लड़कियों को मनचाहा वर भी शिवजी की कृपा से मिलता है। शिवलिंग की मान्यता दिनोंदिन बढ़ती जा रही है।
कितना पुराना है ये शिव मंदिर
– यहां आने वाले भक्तों की मानें तो शिव मंदिर करीब हजार साल पुराना है।
– यहां के बुजुर्गों के मुताबिक़ पहले बीहड़ में मंदिर होने की वजह से यहां भक्त डर की वजह से कम आते थे।
– क्योंकि यहां जंगली जानवरों और दस्युओं का आना-जाना था।
– लेकिन अब हालात बदलने लगे हैं और दूर-दूर से बड़ी संख्या में भक्त यहां आने लगे हैं।

पवित्र एवं पावन गंगाजल प्राप्त ही करने के लिये सम्पर्क् करें।
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Saraswati Puja 2016: A Day To Seek Wisdom

Saraswati Puja 2016 is on 12th Feb Vasant Panchami is believed to be the birthday of Goddess Saraswati because she appeared on the day of Basant Panchami.
Hence, Saraswati Puja also withholds immense importance on this day. She is considered as the energy of Lord Brahma, who is believed to be the creator of universe.

Legend of The Birth of Goddess Saraswati

  • Birth of Saraswati Lord Brahma created universe, but he was upset, as all his creation was quiet and still like a dead body.
  • There was no sound and music in the universe. Lord Brahma became sad after seeing all that.
  • Brahma went to Lord Vishnu and told him about his feelings after creating the universe.
  • Lord Vishnu suggested Brahma that Goddess Saraswati will help him and solved the problem. So, Lord Brahma evoked Goddess Saraswati. When she emerged, then on request of Brahma, she gave life to Brahmas creation by her Veena (Lute). When she started playing Veena, the first letter that came out was ‘Sa’. This alphabet is the first one among the seven musical notes (seven Swara). This way the soundless universe got sound.
  • Lord Brahma became happy with this and he named Saraswati as Vageshwari. She holds Veena in her hand; hence, she is also called ‘Veenapani’. She also symbolizes calmness and serenity.
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‘गंगा’, भारत की सर्वाधिक महिमामयी नदी है।

‘गंगा’, भारत की सर्वाधिक महिमामयी नदी है। इसे देवनदी, मंदाकिनी, भगीरथी, विश्नुपगा, देवपगा, देवनदी, आदि नामों से भी जाना जाता है। गंगा का उद्गम स्थल गंगोत्री है। यह हिमालय के उत्तरी भाग गंगोत्री से निकलकर नारायण पर्वत के पार्श्व से ऋषिकेश, हरिद्वार, कानपुर, प्रयाग, विंध्याचल, वाराणसी, पाटिलीपुत्र, मंदरगिरी, भागलपुर, बंगाल को सिंचित करती हुई गंगासागर में समाहित हो जाती हैं।

गंगा का हमारे देश के लिए बहुत अधिक महत्त्व है। गंगा नदी भारत के चार राज्यों में से होकर गुजरती है। ये हैं- उत्तराखंड, उत्तर प्रदेश, बिहार और बंगाल। भारत के इस मध्यम भाग को ‘गंगा का मैदान’ कहा जाता है। यह प्रदेश अत्यंत उपजाऊ, संपन्न तथा हरा-भरा है जिसका श्रेय गंगा को ही है। इन राज्यों में कृषि-उपज से संबंधित तथा कृषि पर आधारित अनेक उद्योग-धंधे भी फैले हुए हैं जिनसे लाखों लोगों की जीविका तो चलती ही है, राष्ट्रीय आय में वृद्धि भी होती है। पेयजल भी गंगा और उसकी नहरों के माध्यम से प्राप्त होता है।

यदि गंगा न होती तो हमारे देश का एक महत्त्वपूर्ण भाग बंजर तथा रेगिस्तान होता। इसीलिए गंगा उत्तर भारत की सबसे पवित्र व महत्त्वपूर्ण नदी है। गंगा नदी भारतीय संस्कृति का भी अभिन्न अंग है। भारत के प्राचीन ग्रंथों; जैसे- वेद, पुराण, महाभारत आदि में गंगा की पवित्रता का वर्णन है। भारत के अनेक तीर्थ गंगा के किनारे पर ही स्थित हैं।

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Ganga has been a symbol of India’s age-old culture and civilization, everchanging, everflowing, yet the same Ganga.

Ganga has been a symbol of India’s age-old culture and civilization, everchanging, everflowing, yet the same Ganga.

– Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, Prime Minister of India (Will and Testament).

The River Ganga has been the cradle of Indian civilization and symbol of purity to millions. It is treated as one of the most holy rivers of the world. The Ganga is the largest river of the Indian sub-continent.

The Ganga-Brahmaputra-Meghna river basin covers only 0.12% of the total landmass of the Earth yet about 10% of the world’s population reside there. It serves the needs of more than 400 million populations.

The Ganges is regarded by Hindus as the most sacred river in the world. Many important religious ceremonies are held in cities on its banks, including Varanasi, Haridwar, and Allahabad.

The ganges is a source of divine purification for Hindus who travel by the millions every year to bathe in its waters and to submerge the cremated remains of their dead.

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Gangajal The Holy Water…Now available at your Home

We are Uttarkashi Minerals Corporation, our  aim is to make available HOLY GANGAJAL to each and every Hindu worldwide, we are approaching you to share list of Hindu Communities, Societies and other groups of Hindus.  So that the Hindus, who are far from MAA Ganga, can have the blessing Showers of Holy Gangajal.  Please join us in this noble cause to make available HOLY GANGAJAL to each and every Hindu.

Being a Hindu, Everybody deserves the blessings from MAA GANGA whether he is in India or abroad.  So please take the advantage to distribute GANGAJAL to each Hindu and feel blessed with the blessings of MAA GANGA.

How can this blessing of Maa Ganga will reach people?

  • Religious purpose  –Puja, Havan & Festivals
  • Donations                -For every single one
  • Jagrans                     -Gift to all devotees
  • Pravachan               – Gift to all devotees
  • Marriages                -Gift to all relatives
  • Yatras                      – Holy gift to people travelling in religious yatra’s
  • Corporates             – Gift on Diwali, Durga Pujas to employees
  • Trusts                      -To spread the purity
  • Sweets shop           -Gift to clients with sweets

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Natural Gangajal

We are M/S UTTARKASHI MINERALS CORPORATION, which  provides you with a pure natural substitute of God that is found in our materialistic world called Goddess Ganga –  A Holy Jal (water) of Lord Shiva.

As our Company’s aim is to make available HOLY GANGAJAL to each and every Hindu worldwide, we are approaching you to share list of Hindu Communities, Societies and other groups of Hindus.  So that the Hindus, who are far from MAA Ganga, can have the blessing Showers of Holy Gangajal.  Please join us in this noble cause to make available HOLY GANGAJAL to each and every Hindu.

Being a Hindu, Everybody deserves the blessings from MAA GANGA whether he is in India or abroad.  So please take the advantage to distribute GANGAJAL to each Hindu and feel blessed with the blessings of MAA GANGA.

Holy Gangajal comes in four variants stated below:

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