The people of India is a slave to a religion that makes them poor, filthy, without cleanliness and unhygienic. The river Ganges is an open pit, full of impurities and filth. Partly because the Hindu religion considers sacred. A graveyard river. (In Scribe: Valdemir Mota de Menezes)
The text and photos below were extracted from the site:
There are over 2500 years, Varanasi is home to the great sanctuary of death: the crematorium Marnikarnika Ghat. This is where, on the smoking pyres of sacred fire, day and night dozens of bodies disappear before our eyes.
Situated on the banks of the Ganges, Varanasi is also known as City of Light and Death, being a major center of the god Shiva. Die and be cremated on this site is auspicious, means the liberation from the cycle of reincarnation.
In Varanasi, however, not all bodies are cremated, the children and sadhus (considered pure souls) are thrown into the river, not submitting to the flames of purification.