Shouts out, Kashi (River Ganga Protest Varanasi to Delhi, Documentary)





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Published on Aug 7, 2012

Story of the 6 day protest for River Ganga started by the Ganga Sewa Abhiyanam, Varanasi. A convoy of 150 cars, 750 protestors left from Varanasi on 12th June 2012, to protest at Jantar Mantar,New Delhi via Allahabad, Kanpur and Mathura.

The story revolves around the lead activist; Sh. Arvind Mishra, who has been given the sole task to manage the protest, in the absence of Swami Shri Avimukteshwaraandah Saraswatee of Vidya Math, Varanasi, who is also the one who planned and sponsored the ongoing protest to save holy river Ganga.

All religions of India are coming together to bring back the aviral , natural flow of Ganga. The construction of 116 dams from the source of Ganga is drying away its path and uneven distribution and storage of water in huge reservoirs is causing floods wiping away the existence of several tribes close to the source, Gangotri.

This 21 minute film simulcasts first hand experience of being in one of the cars amongst the whole convoy and also tries to demonstrate the revolutionary spirit which exists in Benaras/Varanasi/Kashi, India.


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