Aviral Ganga Mission

The goddess Ganga

The concept of Aviral Ganga constitutes restoring the morality of the river which is defined in terms of ensuring "Aviral Dhara" (Continuous Flow) and "Nirmal Dhara" (Unpolluted Flow). This concept also covers water resource management. Trust is mobilizing a maximum number of people through Community based Workshops, Public Meetings, Debates and Social Awareness to make rivers free from Pollution, Sewage, Industrial Effluents and Garbage. Aviral Ganga initiative was launched by Namo Gange Trust to aware and educates people to save and avoid any activity which spoils the rivers, ponds, well, lake, oceans and all other natural resources of water. If we do not act now, the legacy we hand over to the next generation will be one of conflict and deprivation. These rivers and resources have nurtured and nourished us for thousands of years. It is now our time to nurture and nourish these rivers for the betterment of all.

Geographically, The Ganga is a most important River of the Indian subcontinent, it's flowing about 2,510 KM through the Indian states of Uttrakhand, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, West Bengal and in central Bangladesh.
Aviral Ganga

Aviral Ganga Mission

Namo Gange Trust is approaching to the maximum number of people through Workshops, Public Meetings, Debates, Bhagwat Katha and Social Services to Clean Ganga and save the Ecological System.
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A recent report by NITI Aayog, "By 2030, the country's water demand is projected to be twice the available supply, implying severe water scarcity for hundreds of millions of people and an eventual 6 percent loss in the country's GDP. Currently, 600 million Indians face high to extreme water stress and about two lakh people die every year due to inadequate access to safe water," NITI Aayog mentioned in the report. It stressed that there is an imminent need to deepen understanding of water resources and usage. Citing data by agencies like Dalburg Analysis and UNICEF, the report said 40 percent of the population will have no access to drinking water by 2030 and 21 cities, including New Delhi, Bangalore, and Hyderabad will run out of groundwater by 2020, affecting 100 million people.

Considering all above worst situation of rivers in the country and water pollution, ‘Aviral Ganga’ initiative was launched by Namo Gange Trust to aware and educates people to save and avoid any activity which spoils the rivers and water.

The Causes of Pollution

Industrial Wastes
Dams and pumping stations
Agricultural runoff and improper agricultural practices
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The Solution

The main causes of Ganga pollution are the increase in the population density, the enhanced per capita pollutants discharged to the river and the meagre dry season water flows in the river due to upstream uses.

NAMO GANGE TRUST aims to reduce the amount of pollution in the environment by raising awareness about the true extent of Ganga pollution and its impacts.

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