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Contact of ghats breaking in Varanasi: Ganges sand was swept away; Ratneshwar Mahadev Temple is submerged, the crematorium of Manikarnika Ghat will be changed

Contact of ghats breaking in Varanasi: Ganges sand was swept away; Ratneshwar Mahadev Temple is submerged, the crematorium of Manikarnika Ghat will be changed

The Ganges are slowly coming in a form of gigantic form. More than one lakh cusecs of water has been released in Uttarakhand, so the watershed is coming towards UP. Because of this, huge sand across the Ganges in Varanasi was washed away and the contacts of the ghats are being broken on this side. At the same time, soon the tourists and devotees will not be able to visit the other ghats from one ghats. There will be water on every ghat and the way of movement will be closed. Many ghats are also changing the Aarti sites. The crematorium at Manikarnika Ghat is being raised up. In the last 3-4 days, 8-10 ghats have been submerged in the Ganges. Water has reached the temple from Ratneshwar Mahadev to Shitala Ghat in Scindia Ghat. According to the Central Water Commission report, the water level of the Ganges in Varanasi has come to 61.76 meters this morning. Water is increasing in the Ganges at a speed of 1 centimeter every hour. In Varanasi, the Ganges are still 9.50 meters less than the threat mark. There is 9 meters in Prayagraj and 4 and a half meters in Kanpur. Whereas, in Haridwar, Uttarakhand, the Ganges is just 2 meters from the danger mark and one and a half meters in Rishikesh. People in the rising water level due to the explosion say that the water level of the Ganges has never been seen so fast. Due to monsoon rains and clouds, the water level of the rivers originating from the hills of Uttarakhand has increased. Ganga, Yamuna and Ghaghra may soon cross the warning level. Meteorologist Prof. Manoj Kumar Srivastava says that Uttarakhand may receive heavy rain for 3 days. Therefore, the water level is set to increase. Water police and officials have increased patrolling in Hidayatwaranasi for not doing nait boating. After the evening Aarti, it is being advised not to boat in the Ganges. The water police is constantly announced to avoid the danger of floods. Do not go into deep water and have a prescribed ride on the boat, do not ride boat without life jacket. Police Commissioner A Satish Ganesh has spoken of vigilance to the flood relief team. He held a meeting with PAC company Commander, Assistant Commander and Commandant of 34th Corps at the camp office yesterday. Water is being released continuously from the Narora Dam in the water and the water being released continuously. It can also bring floods. 35759 from Narora barrage, 37900 from Bijnor and 49063 cusecs of water from Haridwar were released into the Ganges. This has led to the most bird's bird's winter form in Kashi. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the DNPA Code of Ethics.

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July 23rd 2022, 4:11 am
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