ganga deterioration and conservation of its sanctity

Research Article
Asha Saini, Sanju Jainth, Renu Saini, Aditi Gupta, Ruby Grover and Meera Gupta
W/O Emulsion, Viscosity Prediction , FFANN Model

River Ganga (Ganges) of India has been held in high esteem since time immemorial and Hindus from all over the world cherish the idea of a holy dip in the river under the faith that by doing so they will get rid of their sins of life. The Ganges River Pollution is now at such a high level that the amount of toxins, chemicals and other dangerous bacteria found in the river are now almost 3000 times over the limit suggested by the WHO as 'safe'. Gall bladder cancer along the course of the river are the second highest in the world while incidences of prostate cancer are the highest in the country. In place of the present practice of allowing treated sewage into the river, the policy of zero discharge into the river be adopted promoting Reuse and Recycle of wastewater after treatment up to tertiary-level.