Ganga water is special because of its self-purification properties…

Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare, has assured all support for this research including financial assistance to further investigate the claim made through various existing research and studies that the waters of Ganga have medicinal properties, which destroy various kinds of bacteria and microbes, in order to use it for holistic human health.

Ganga is undoubtedly one of India’s holiest rivers and for eons its waters are known to possess some so called ‘magical’ properties that ensure that its waters don’t spoil even when stored for years. This is often called the self-cleansing property of the river.

Ganga is the lifeline for about 300-400 million people who reside in its basin which is over 2,500 km in length.

Many theories have been proposed on what could lead to Ganga jal being ‘special’. Medicinal plants growing on the banks of the river are thought to impart the special properties. The presence of special ‘killer microbes‘ that knockout bacteria, is another idea that finds traction. The presence of some special radioactive elements that help Ganga remain clean is also conjectured. The high decibel sound waves that emanate from the gongs and bells that ring out on the banks of the river are also thought to be involved. Despite these ideas, conclusive evidence has never been found.

Ganga water retains self-purification characteristics even in 16 year old samples, explains Chandra Shekhar Nautiyal, Director of the National Botanical Research Institute, Lucknow.

He says Ganga water has been used from time immemorial for medicinal and ritualistic purposes, as it does not putrefy even after long periods of storage.

Nautiyal has studied the Ganga waters for more than a decade and finds that Ganga water is soft and has high level of sulphur content. Presence of bacteriophage against the pathogenic bacteria was observed only in Ganga water, he says.

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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.

We are pleased to introduce ourselves as Government approved Packers & Distributors of Holy Gangajal at GANGOTRI VALLEY. We have our own plant there, in which the natural filtration takes place. It is absolutely hygienic and untouched by hands. This holy Gangajal is absolutely pure and contains no chemical contamination and is enriched with all its natural elements. Our only mission is to make available the holy Gangajal to each Indian devotee in India and abroad to attain his part of salvation and purity and to retain our civilization and culture alive, that’s why we are dedicated to provide Gangajal –The holy water to your door step, all over the world…

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.

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

Holy Gangajal comes in four variants stated below:


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1. 50 ML   Pouch 252 pouches  50 ml
2. 220 ML Pouch 36 pouches  220 ml
3. 250 ML Bottle 36 bottles  250
4. 1 Ltr Bottle 12 bottles  1ltr1


Ganga water has not only purified the body & soul of millions but has also given fertile land to the country in Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. The holy water of Ganga is very useful for all human beings.

Some of the benefits that Ganga water provides are:


Use Gangotri Gangajal in religious activities like Gangapujan, Satyanarayan Katha , Ganesh Pooja, Laxmi Pooja, Deepawali  Pooja, Durga Pooja, Navchandi Yagna , Gayatri Yagna, Bhoomi Poojan, Shilanyas, Murti Pratishta, Vastu Shanti, Grah Shanti, Nakshatra Shanti, Kalsarp Shanti , Shrradh Karma Narayanbali and other religious occasions.

Bathe the idol of your own Ishta Devta with Gangajal during your daily pooja routing Abhishek of the shivalingam with Gangajal is considered equivalent to holy pilgrimages to all sacred places.


  • Gangajal contains purest form of oxygen.
  • Gangajal is pure and safe.
  • It can be use for long time.
  • All nutrients and minerals are present in Gangajal.
  • Gangajal help to cure chronic diseases.

Give your children at least one glass everyday for healthy growth. It would keep them away social evils. It would also help them in increasing their wisdom.

Drink a glass everyday prior you start for office / shop so that whole day is taken care of by the purity of Gangajal. It is like everyday worship. It would take care of your stomach related problems as well.


Gangajal is very useful for health.

  • Regulate Blood Pressure.
  • Dehydration.
  • Acidity.
  • Stomach Disorders.
  • Asthma.

It is Elixir for excellent digestion and keeps you fit. It also reduces acidity and stomach disorders. Patients are advised to take their medicines with Gangajal for speediest recovery. Gangajal is excellent for Diabetes, Kidney, Asthma, Arthritis, Liver, Stomach Disorders, Gastroenteritis etc.


Gangajal- the Holy Water!!!

In Hinduism, the river Ganges is considered sacred and is personified as a goddess known as Ganga. It is worshipped by Hindus who believe that bathing in the river causes the remission of sins and facilitates Moksha (liberation from the cycle of life and death) the water of Ganga is considered very pure. Pilgrims immerse the ashes of their kin in the Ganges, which is considered by them to bring the spirits closer to moksha.

The holy waters of River GangaGangajal, originating from the Himalayas, cover huge distances falling through the mountains.

The water is revered for its crystal-clear purity which is known as the divine mix of multi-minerals and unique herbs.

Sealed hermetically, untouched by human hands or other impurities, we try to keep intact all its natural qualitative aspects that improve digestive system, preserve elements of its goodness. It has high stimulant properties that are believed to possess the ability to enhance and retain wisdom. It has the capability to cure many ailments. Since ancient times, it has been believed that Gangajal possesses natural elements that have healing properties for ‘upachar’.

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Health Benefits Of Drinking Copper Water

Ayurveda recommends a simple, practical and effective method of drinking water in its most holistic way – drinking water from a copper cup. Health benefits of drinking copper water:

  • Research studies show that storing drinking-water in copper pots kill contaminating bacteria as copper is known to be far more poisonous to bacteria than stainless steel and aluminum utensils.
  • Drinking a glass of room temperature copper water in the morning washes the gastrointestinal tract.
  • Copper water helps alleviate excessive obesity by scraping off the excess fat.

    How to make copper water:

    When water comes in contact with copper metal for a specific time period, the resultant water gets charged with the healing properties of the copper. To make copper water, pour water in the copper jug and leave it overnight. Drink a cup of room temperature copper water as soon as you get up in the morning. You can also use your copper cups to drink water from it at all times. It’s recommended to drink the water at room temperature.

    Remember copper water should not be stored in fridge. Do not use stale water that is the water from the previous day.

    How to keep your copper utensils clean:

    Copper darkens naturally over a period of time. The copper cup oxidizes with water and requires cleaning from time to time. Use lemon juice or tamarind to rub the utensils. Leave it for few minutes and wash with water.



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Simhastha or Kumbh Mela is going to celebrate at Ujjain in the year 2016


Simhastha or Kumbh Mela is going to celebrate at Ujjain in the year 2016 spanning from 22nd of April to 21st of May. The ritual of Shahi Snan will be conducting on 22 April 2016, a day of full moon (Poornima) as per lunar calendar. Nearly ten million devotees across the country graced the festival with their presence on this auspicious day. Ujjain hosted the Ardha Kumbh in the year 2010 where numerous Hindus witnessed the occasion. In the year 2016, Simhastha Kumbh Mela will be commemorated in Ujjain . Do not miss the opportunity and embrace your soul and material body with the sacred nectar bestowed by God.

Ujjain has been a source of inspiration to ancient Indian sages, poets, dramatists, social commentators and scholars since times immemorial. The city has also nurtured cultural, literary, Vedic and educational institutions

Date Day Ocassion
22 April 2016 Friday (Purnima) Shahi Snaan
03 May 2016 Tuesday Kumbh Snan
06 May 2016 Friday Kumbh Snan
09 May 2016 Monday Kumbh Snan
11 May 2016 Wednesday Kumbh Snan
15 May 2016 Sunday Kumbh Snan
17 May 2016 Tuesday Kumbh Snan
19 May 2016 Thursday Kumbh Snan
20 May 2016 Friday Kumbh Snan
21 May 2016 Saturday (Purnima) Shahi Snan


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Tapkeshwar Mahadev Mandir in Dehradun

Tapkeshwar Mahadev Mandir is a cave shrine and one has to descend 108 steps to reach the sanctum santorum of the Tapkeshwar Temple. It is located in Ghari area and is around 6 km from Dehradun in Uttarakhand. Guru Dronacharya of Mahabharata did penance here for 12 years.
Legend has it that Ashwathama, son of Guru Drona, also did penance here. Pleased with his devotion, Shiva blessed him on a purnima day.

Another legend has it that milk used to trickle from the cave roof on the Shivling worshipped in the temple. But as Kali Yuga advanced milk turned into water.
The shivling worshipped in the Tapkeshwar Temple is swayambhu, or that which manifested on its own.
Depending on the occasion the Shivling is adorned with Mukut or crown made of rudraksha, silver or gold.

Bhagavan Shiva, Goddess Parvati and Ganesha are also worshipped in the temple in pindi forms.
A sculpture of Guru Dronacharya can be seen at the entrance of the shrine.

There are also other murtis of Ganesha and Shiva carved from marble stone in the shrine. Kaal Bhairav murti faces the main Shivling.

There is a huge sculpture of Hanuman outside the shrine.
The most important rituals in the temple are held inShravan month. A 3 km long shobha yatra is held in the month from Shivaji Dharmashala.

The most important festival in the temple is Shivratri.

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The Extraordinary Purifying Power Of River Ganga — Scientific Facts

Millions and Millions of people bath in the River Ganga, or Ganges, during Kumbh Mela, Magh Mela, Shivratri and on other auspicious days, but rarely have we heard about the breakout of a major epidemic like Cholera or other waterborne diseases. Industrial waste and human waste is dumped into Ganga at several points but Ganga continues to amaze everyone with its purifying power. So what is the science behind the extraordinary power of Ganga? And does science have the all the clues to the purifying properties of Ganges?

In Hinduism, there is frequently a connection between mythology and science. Hindu scriptures say that bathing in Ganga purifies the sins of this birth and previous birth. Ganga Maa, or Mother Ganga, is a Goddess in Hinduism. Puranas and epics extol her greatness and she descends to the earth from the matted locks of Lord Shiva. A dying Hindu’s last wish is to have a few drops of Ganga water. Hindus have always believed that River Ganga has extraordinary power and it prevents diseases.

Julian Crandall Hollick in his series on River Ganga in NPR explores the science behind the extraordinary purifying power of River Ganga. You can listen to the audio here.
Hindus are known to keep Ganga water in closed containers for various religious purposes. The water never goes bad or putrefies. This means that Ganga water contains lot of oxygen which can assimilate organic matter like human waste and vegetable matter. This property of Ganga is 25% more than any other river.

The amount of organic waste that goes into Ganga should have already exhausted the amount of oxygen. But this has not happened. There is some material present in Ganges that replenishes the oxygen content and kills the pathogens.

Interestingly, boiled Ganga water does not have the capability to kill pathogens. Similarly, Yamuna, a river which joins Ganges, does not contain the special material present in Ganga. The most convincing answer to Ganga’s purifying property or to kill pathogens is associated with the bacteriophage present in its water. Bacteriophage enters bacteria present in the water and destroys it and multiplies inside it in millions and then bursts out searching for new bacteria. This one reason why there are no epidemics in Ganges when millions of people take bath during melas.

In simple terms, organic matter is assimilated by the special molecular structure of Ganga water and the bacteria is destroyed or maintained in the optimum level by bacteriophage. And thus the pathogens are contained by Ganga.
But bacteriophage, or phages, are present everywhere, it is not unique to Ganges alone.
So the mystery still continues and one question still remains unanswered what is that particular property that allows Ganga to retain extraordinary amount of oxygen which is the root cause of all purifying activities taking place in the river.

Natural Gangajal: Holy Water from River Ganga now Available Online !

Now Gangajal is available online and is available as  Gangajal – packed water from River Ganges. The Gangajal is filled from Gangotri valley and us used in the religion and spirituality section under puja accessories.

Pundits claim that the Ganga water fight the malefic effects of the Kali Yuga. It can be used during pujas and placing the bottled Ganga water at home would bring good luck and prosperity. Other claims include the holy vibrations from the water would ward off evil and bad luck.


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Origin of Trishul – the Trident of Shiva

Trishul, the trident, is one among the symbols of Shiva. Shiva in human form carries the Trishula. Origin of Trident as per Vishnu Purana is associated with Surya, the Sun God. It is believed that Trishul was carved out using matter from Sun.

Legend has that Surya married Samjna, the daughter of Vishwakarma. But Samjna was unhappy with her married life due to the unbearable heat of Surya. She complained to Vishwakarma, who agreed to solve the problem.

It is believed that Surya agreed to reduce his heat to accommodate Samjna and have a happy married life.

Another legend has that to reduce the heat of Surya, Vishwakarma removed a part of the burning matter from Surya – it said that Surya was grounded on a grinding machine for the purpose.

It is said that 1/8th of the heat of Surya was reduced.

The matter that was removed from Surya fell on earth and from it was created the Trishula – the trident of Shiva.

Vishwakarma created the Trishula using the matter from sun and gave it to Shiva.


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Kumbh The celebration of Kumbh Mela takes place at the four sacred places as per the position of Sun and Jupiter in different zodiac signs. Poorna Kumbh is held at Ujjain once in every 12 years when the zodiac sign Scorpio (Vrishchik Rashi) indicates the presence of Jupiter and Sun. Ujjain is located at the bank of Shipra River in western region of Madhya Pradesh and is seen as one of the most sacred places in India. The city is enriched with several religious shrines such as Bade Ganeshji Ka Mandir, Mahakaleshwar, Vikram Kirti Temple and many others. On the occasion of Kumbh Mela the divinity and spiritual aroma of Ujjain meets its highest peak when millions of pilgrims take dips and worship sacred River Shipra. Sages and devotees from every nook and corner attend the religious ceremony of Kumbh Mela to attain salvation and libration from the vicious cycle of birth-death-rebirth.

According The commemoration of Mela at Ujjain is known as ‘Simhastha Kumbh Mela’ in which the unique combination of divinity and purity is experienced when the crowd of ash-dubbed sages, priests, devotees gets fused together with the roaring of elephants and camels. People who witness the spiritual fest feel good fortune by their side and sense positive aroma purifying their souls and thoughts. Major attraction of this festival is ‘Shahi Snan’ (royal bath) which takes place on predetermined dates varying every year. It is believed that those who take royal bath in holy Shipra River on the occasion of Kumbh Mela wash their sins of all previous births. The devotees consider it as an opportunity to get them revived from the never ending birth cycle.


In the year 2016, next Simhastha Kumbh Mela will be commemorated in Ujjain. Do not miss the opportunity and embrace your soul and material body with the sacred nectar bestowed by God.

Main Bathing Dates for Ujjain Kumbh Mela
22 April 2016 (Friday) Purnima – Full Moon (First Snan)
06 May 2016 (Friday) Vaishakh Krishna Amavasya
09 May 2016 (Monday) Shukla/Akshey Tritya (Second Snan)
11 May 2016 (Wednesday) Shukla Panchami
17 May 2016 (Saturday) Ekadashi & Pradosh Snan
21 May 2016 (Saturday) Purnima

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