Moving Upstream: Ganga
The Ganga basin accounts for 26% of the Indian land mass and serves 40% of the country’s population. With the importance that this river basin holds in the country, it was clear that we needed to start from the obvious – the main stem of River Ganga and then work towards getting the forgotten into the mainstream.
As part of our Moving Upstream: Ganga project, we walked along the river Ganga for almost 3000kms, from the ocean to the mountains, while capturing a very personal narrative of the Ganga and stories of the people who affect and are affected by it. This was the first in a series of research and documentation journeys that we have undertaken along different rivers of India.
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Since the time that we launched this project, we’ve been spoken about in the media a few times. Here are a few links:
We’ve been able to share our learnings through different mediums to reach out to a wider audience, links here: