Watch the Ganga

Robert Moses of Namarupa sent a link along to the following documentary on the Ganga, in part to prep the Yatra Divine participants. There is plenty of information about the Ganga, as well as the trek to Gomukh that we’ll be making.

Here’s the video’s description:

Land of God & Goddess – Dev Bhoomi !!! Discover the importance of Ma Ganga in this spellbinding journey to the Himalayas!
The epic journey to find the source of the Ganges . Reaching the temple of Gangotri – the place where Hindus believe that Ganges first appeared on Earth. Further on we will also trail Kedarnath, Valley of Flowers, Yamunotri and Badrinath.
Nanda Devi is India’s second highest peak and shelters the Bhyander Valley, home to the remarkable Valley of Flowers. Covered in snow for the majority of the year, it is transformed when the snow melts during the short summer and the high meadows become carpeted in spectacular flowers of every colour. Fantastic cinematography from the epic series of Ganges.
GK Travel & Tours.

I’ll admit, embarrassingly, that I hadn’t really thought about the nature part of what we’ll be seeing. This video set me straight.

We are approaching two months to go.

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One thought on “Watch the Ganga”

  1. I wish I had the financial resources to travel as I used to. It was a time of the year I was always looking forward. Now it is a good time to practice non-attachment 🙂

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