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Document Type(s):Journal Article
Article/Chapter Title:On the Banks of the Ganga
Journal Title:Annals of Tourism Research
Author(s):Alley, Kelly D
Religion(s):Hinduism
Date of Publication:1992
Volume:19
Issue:winter
Pages:125-27
Annotation:This brief “research note” discusses the Ganges river and its significance for pilgrims, tourists, and residents dwelling in Varanasi. Alley highlights various political and ecological issues involved in the conceptualization and management of the river, whose waters are considered purifying despite evident pollution and public renovation plans.
   
 
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