Yash Bharodia

Yash Bharodia is an undergraduate student at the National Institute of Technology in India. He is passionate about Indian culture and politics, and follows global trends closely. As a native Gujarati speaker, he has worked on Gujarati literature and has deep insights into it.

The Ganges is Too Toxic to be Holy Anymore

The holy river washing Indians from their sins is itself in dire need of being cleansed from the sins of the people to whom it gives life. The Ganges, India’s river of life, is in imminent danger. One-tenth of the world’s population relies heavily on the Ganges and its tributaries. Yet the river has become one of the most polluted on the planet, denying hundreds of millions access to clean... Continue Reading

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