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According to the Pauran, Ganga was a goddess residing in Heaven, who came down to Earth in the form of river to provide the salvation to the seven generations of ancestors of King Bhagirath(ancestors of Lord Rama). Not only did Ganga come to save King Bhagirath’s ancestors, but she also was sent to Earth as a means of purification for the entire population of human beings.
Maa Ganga
Namami Gange Tav paad pankajam Sura Surai Vandita Divya Rupam
Bhuktim chha Muktim dadasi Nityam, Bhavanusaren sada Naranam

Gangadwar sam Tirtham na Kailashe samo Giri
Vasudev samo Devo na Ganga Sadrisham Param

Haridwar, the sacred pilgrimage of holy river Maa Ganga, has its religious importance from the ancient time. Haridwar, which is famous by its ancient name “Mayapuri or Gangadwar” is a great pilgrimage of “Kaliyug” and is the main centre of the faith and reverence. Pilgrims travel from all over subcontinent to bathe in her water as an act of worship and in the hopes of obtaining her blessing and realizing salvation. Kumbh fair is organized after every 12 years, in this fair million of people with saints take bathe in holy Ganga and perform many kind of worship such as Shrimad Bhagwat, Ramayana, Homes, and give Donations to Brahmins, Sadhus and poor’s. All these continue in ordinary days also.
Shri Ganga Saptami

Shri Ganga Sptami(Ganga Avtaran) festival will be celebrat at Vishnu Ghat, Haridwar at 5:30 pm. Shri Ganga Pujan, Abhishek with milk and flowers and then Special AArti at 6:30. You all are invited to take in this celebration.

Ganga – Introduction, Source and its Importance
Ganga River is one of the prime rivers of India and is declared as the National River of India. It flows east through the Gangetic plains of Northern India into the country of Bangladesh. The river has immense religious significance and considered as the holy river of the Hindus. Historically too the river is important as many important cities and capitals have been located along its banks. The Ganga sustains one of the world's highest densities of population and drains an area of approximately 1000000 sq. kms. The river Ganges flows through India, Nepal and Bangladesh. The major cities along the River Ganges are Haridwar, Moradabad, Rampur, Allahabad, Kanpur, Patna, Varanasi and Rajshahi. The Ganges forms its Delta at the Bay of Bengal. The Ganges travels a distance of 1557 miles beginning from the point of origin till she ultimately merge into the ocean.
 
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