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India is one of the four ancient civilizations and once created the famous "Ganges civilization" in human history. The Ganges, a world-famous river, is respected by the Indian people as the "Holy River" and "Mother of India". Numerous myths and religious legends constitute the unique customs on both sides of the Ganges.
The Ganges River nurtures the land on both sides of the river with abundant river water and uses fertile soil to form the vast Ganges plain and delta. The industrious people of the Ganges Basin have worked and lived here for generations. On both sides of the Ganges, poets and singers sing along the banks of the river. So far, it is still the essence of India and Bangladesh.
The Ganges is the holy river of India with a long history and strong folk and cultural colors. Even after thousands of years of civilization, people on both sides of the Ganges still maintain ancient customs. Many myths handed down since ancient times have made the Indian people have infinite nostalgia for the mother of the Ganges, imprinting an indelible complex. In this life, you must bathe in the Ganges River at least once, and let the holy river wash away all your sins.
In India, most Hindu believers have 4 great pleasures in their life: worshiping Lord Shiva, bathing and drinking the holy water of the Ganges, making friends with saints, and living in the holy city of Varanasi.
The Indians regard the Ganges as a holy river, regard the Ganges as the incarnation of the goddess, and reverence the Ganges reverently. It is said that it originated from a legend. In ancient times, the Ganges River was turbulent and turbulent, often flooding, destroying fertile fields, and killing life. In order to wash away the sins of the ancestors, a king asked the goddess in the sky to help tame the Ganges and benefit mankind. Lord Shiva came to the foot of the Himalayas, loosened his hair, and let the turbulent river flow slowly over his head, irrigating the fields on both sides, and the residents on both sides could live and work in peace and contentment. Since then, Hinduism has regarded the Ganges as a god, worshiping Shiva and taking holy water baths as two major religious activities of Hindus.
The Ganges, a world-famous river, is respected by the Indian people as "Holy River" and "Mother of India". Numerous myths and religious legends constitute the unique customs on both sides of the Ganges.…
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