‘Gangajal’ Photo Exhibition on River Pollution, Photography By our president Mr. Vijay Mudshingikar.

The most serious problem today is the destruction of our environment. General population is ignorant about it. Pollution, drought, flood, soil and water problems are not natural but they are consequences of uncaring and selfish attitude of mankind. Not only present but future generations too will suffer due to the ill-effects of this. Gangajal Nature Foundation is making an effort to awaken people from their deep slumber.

We appreciated the work done by Hon. Shri Rajiv Ji Gandhi on the Dying Ganga. River Ganga is declared as a National River of India by Prime Minister Mr. Manmohan Singh in 2008 which was ‘International Year of Rivers’

Gangajal Nature Foundation is working hard for last four years towards awakening and educating people about upkeep of rivers and lakes by organizing photo exhibitions, screening of the documentary, by holding national level competitions in essay-writing, photography and documentaries. So far around seventy thousand sensible citizens have visited the eleven exhibitions.

We are trying to spread awareness about water pollution, through the medium of ‘Gangajal photo exhibition’  since last four years. We are exhibiting Photographs of  India’s National River The Ganga clicked by our Founder President Mr. Vijay Mudshingikar from the year 2001 to 2006. Our  ‘Gangajal’  documentary film based on these photographs  as tools to spread awareness.

Gangajal Photo Echibition

Gangajal Photo Exhibition

“Jan Jodo Ganga Yatra” (Connecting people to Ganga)

“Jan Jodo Ganga Yatra” (Connecting people to Ganga)

My few Worlds - Vijay Mudshingikar

My few Worlds - Vijay Mudshingikar

Gomukha (Cow’s Mouth),elevation 12,700 feet, where the Bhagirathi Ganga emerges from the Gangotri Glacier. Uttarakhand.

Gomukha, Pilgrims in late winter at Gomukha, Gangotri, Uttarakhand.

Bhojvasa, Bhagitrathi peaks (21,364 feet, 21,176 feet and 22,496 feet), Shivaling peak (21,466feet), Uttarakhand.

Chirbasa, Hard root to Gomukha and pilgrims, Gangotri, Uttarakhand.

Uttarakhand govt sounds red alert on the Gomukha, Gangotri, Uttarakhand.

Gangotri temple in mid winter, elevation 10,000 feet, Gangotri, Uttarakhand.

Doli Yatra, Festival of Door opening on Akshay Tritiya in the month of April-May, Gangotri, Uttarakhand.

Suryakund, water fall of the River Ganga, Gangotri, Uttarakhnd.

Bhairavghati, Gangotri, Uttarakhand.

River Alaknanda, Badrinath, Valley of Flowers, Himkund, Uttarakhand.

Devprayag, sacred confluence of the Bhagirath Ganga, left, and the Alaknanda, right, Devprayag, Uttarakhand.

Doli Yatra festival, Mukhava, Uttarakhand.

Uttarkashi, Uttarakhand.

Dharasu Bend, Uttarakhand,

Dharasu Bend, Uttarakhand,

 Laxman Zula, Hrishikesh, Uttarakhand.

Laxman Zula, Hrishikesh, Uttarakhand.

Haridwar, View from Mansadevi Temple, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

Haridwar, View from Mansadevi Temple, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

 Kawar Yatra, Hari Ki Pouri, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

Kawar Yatra, Hari Ki Pouri, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

Save Ganga Movement, Jagjeetpur water treatment plant, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

Save Ganga Movement, Jagjeetpur water treatment plant, Haridwar, Uttarakhand.

Brajghat, Gadhmukteswar, Uttar Pradesh.

Brajghat, Gadhmukteswar, Uttar Pradesh.

Brhmavartghat, Bitur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Brhmavartghat, Bitur, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Crores liters of Sewage water and tannery’s waste chemical in the Ganga, Jajmaou, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

Crores liters of Sewage water and tannery’s waste chemical in the Ganga, Jajmaou, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.

 Maghmela, Triveni Sangam, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Maghmela, Triveni Sangam, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Bone ash Abandonment, Teiveni Sangam, prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Bone ash Abandonment, Teiveni Sangam, prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

 Sacred Confluence of the River Ganga, Yamuna and Sarswati, Maghmela, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Sacred Confluence of the River Ganga, Yamuna and Sarswati, Maghmela, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Seagulls, Sacred Confluence of the River Ganga, Yamuna and Sarswati, Maghmela, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Seagulls, Sacred Confluence of the River Ganga, Yamuna and Sarswati, Maghmela, Prayag, Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh.

Biggest Solar eclipse of the 21st century at Banaras. Prayag ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Biggest Solar eclipse of the 21st century at Banaras. Prayag ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Ganga Arti, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Ganga Arti, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Secular Ganga, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Secular Ganga, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Durga Festival, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Durga Festival, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Kartik Ganga Bath, Light Festival, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Kartik Ganga Bath, Light Festival, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Light festival, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Light festival, Prayag Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

 Gangajal, Crores liters of Sewage water and chemical waste in the Ganga Dally, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Gangajal, Crores liters of Sewage water and chemical waste in the Ganga Dally, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

  Manikarnika Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Manikarnika Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Harishchandra Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Harishchandra Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Sunrise, Narad Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Sunrise, Narad Ghat, Banaras, Uttar Pradesh.

Chat Festival, Golghar, Patna, Bihar.

Chat Festival, Golghar, Patna, Bihar.

Chat Festival, Bass Ghat, Patna, Bihar.

Chat Festival, Bass Ghat, Patna, Bihar.

Chat Festival, Collectori Ghat, Patna, Bihar.

Chat Festival, Collectori Ghat, Patna, Bihar.

Drainage in the Ganga at Bass Ghat, Patna, Bihar.

Drainage in the Ganga at Bass Ghat, Patna, Bihar.

Howrah Bridge, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Howrah Bridge, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Kali Mata Temple, Kalighat, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Kali Mata Temple, Kalighat, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Durga Festival, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Durga Festival, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Durga Visrjan, Babu Ghat, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Durga Visrjan, Babu Ghat, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Dakshineswari Temple, Bellur Math, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Dakshineswari Temple, Bellur Math, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Gangajal, Backyard of Bellur Math, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Drainage in the Ganga (Hugely River), Backyard of Bellur Math, Kolkata, West Bengal.

Industrial waste chemical in the Ganga (Hugely River), Titagadh, West Bengal.

Industrial waste chemical in the Ganga (Hugely River), Titagadh, West Bengal.

Journey To Gangasagar,  24 Paragana, West Bengal.

Journey To Gangasagar, 24 Paragana, West Bengal.

Kapilmuni Ashram, Gangasar Mela,  West Bengal.

Kapilmuni Ashram, Gangasar Mela, West Bengal.

Naga Sadhus, Gangasagar Mela, West Bengal.

Naga Sadhus, Gangasagar Mela, West Bengal.

 Son of Ganga Maiyya, Gangasagar Mela, West Bengal.

Son of Ganga Maiyya, Gangasagar Mela, West Bengal.

 Sacred confluence of the River Ganga and Sagar (Bay of Bengal), Gangasagar, West Bengal.

Sacred confluence of the River Ganga and Sagar (Bay of Bengal), Gangasagar, West Bengal.

Together we can make Difference.....Let's do it ! Save Water Save Nature !

Together we can make Difference.....Let's do it ! Save Water Save Nature !

  Save River Ganga movemunt by ‘Gangajal Nature Foundation, Mumbai’. We need your Co-Operation.

Save River Ganga movement by ‘Gangajal Nature Foundation, Mumbai’. We need your Co-Operation.

Save Ganga ! Save India !

5 thoughts on “‘Gangajal’ Photo Exhibition on River Pollution, Photography By our president Mr. Vijay Mudshingikar.

  1. ekta bhatia

    i m simple person.but ganga is our problem.we saved the ganga.minister apply the stick rules for people no bobies bath in ganga.he built steel grill sourded the ganga.any body want bath in ganga then he pay of money 500rs. per head sooo jo paisa aaye usse phir saf safaiii .vo astiya parwah kar saktey h

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