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The National Sea Cadet Training Centre, TS Ganges in Holyhead
The Egyptian sailor's pose was echoed in a painting that hung across the room, titled The Bather, in which we see the back of a figure lying on a boat, who in turn watches a man standing in the Ganges.
Last year, independent television producer Julian Crandall Hollick went searching for the mysterious Ganges factor.
The Mersey is worshipped by British Hindus as their own Holy River Ganges, said Dr Shiv Pande, secretary of the Indo British Association in the North who helped organise the ceremony.
I am a member of the Ganges Association, which has more than 3,500 members.
She was revived by family members and Mr Ghai, who sprinkled from an earthen pot holy water from the River Ganges, led her around the coffin three times.
The Ganges is one of the major international rivers of the world, flowing through several densely populated areas of India, Bangladesh, and Nepal.
The contamination is most common in tubewells drawing groundwater from 10- to 100-meter depths in much of southern Bangladesh and, to a lesser extent, in northern areas along the Ganges River.
The River Wye and Chepstow are very different to the muddy Ganges and sacred city of Varanasi, where holy men bathe and corpses smoulder on the banks.
Three whale species--fin, sperm, and sei--also made it into Appendix I, along with the nearly extinct Ganges and Indus River dolphins (Platanista gangetica gangetica) in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
In India, this is possible - one of the most famous cremation grounds being Manikarnika Ghat on the bank of the river Ganges, in Benares, the City of Light.
INDIA -- The Ganges (Ganga) River has been called India's religious and social lifeline.