Siddharth Agarwal by the Ganges when it enters the floodplains downstream of the city of Haridwar. Photo: Courtesy of Siddharth Agarwal Siddharth Agarwal by the Ganges when it enters the floodplains downstream of the city of Haridwar. Photo: Courtesy of Siddharth Agarwal
Siddharth Agarwal by the Ganges when it enters the floodplains downstream of the city of Haridwar. Photo: Courtesy of Siddharth Agarwal
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He walked the length of India’s Ganges river and was shocked at what he found

  • Siddharth Agarwal spent two years trekking along the nation’s holiest river and everywhere he went he saw the impact of climate change and human interference
  • The activist has set up a foundation to document environmental issues and intends to walk along many more of India’s rivers

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Siddharth Agarwal by the Ganges when it enters the floodplains downstream of the city of Haridwar. Photo: Courtesy of Siddharth Agarwal Siddharth Agarwal by the Ganges when it enters the floodplains downstream of the city of Haridwar. Photo: Courtesy of Siddharth Agarwal
Siddharth Agarwal by the Ganges when it enters the floodplains downstream of the city of Haridwar. Photo: Courtesy of Siddharth Agarwal
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