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Yamuna Yatra from Bateshwar to Vrindvan By Yamuna Rakshak Dal

Yamuna Yatra from Bateshwar to Vrindvan By Yamuna Rakshak Dal

Yamuna Rakshak Dal started a Padyatra from Bateshwar from Vrindavan to bring attention towards Yamuna Ji issue. Yamuna Muktikaran Abhiyan volunteers attended the yatra and requested support from the yatrees for the Padyatra from Kosi Kalan to Delhi starting Mar 15, 2015. The Bateshwar Yatra is headed by Shri Vandan Das...
Yamuna Muktikaran Gets Support From Vikalang Seva Simiti (Association of Physically Challenged)

Yamuna Muktikaran Gets Support From Vikalang Seva Simiti (Association of Physically Challenged)

Vikalang Seva Simiti organized it annual event in Barsana and invited Shri Ramesh Baba Ji Maharaj as a chief guest. At the occasion, Shri Baba Maharaj explain the glory of Shri Yamuna Ji and asked the members to support the Padyatra of Mar 15, 2015. All 3000 members at the event handed over a signed copy of the support letter to Yamuna Muktikaran Abhiyan...
ISKCON Support for Yamuna Muktikaran Abhiyan

ISKCON Support for Yamuna Muktikaran Abhiyan

Curtesy: Iskconnews.org Source: http://iskconnews.org/yamuna-muktikaran-abhiyan-save-yamuna-march,4791/ Starting March 15th, once again, more than 100,000 Vrajavasis, devotees, farmers and people from various organizations will march from Vrindavan to Delhi to stop the abuse of the Yamuna River. This Pada Yatra represents a turning point in the popular Save Yamuna Campaign and takes place under the name “Yamuna Muktikaran Abhiyan”. This kirtan aims to once more draw attention of the general public and authorities in India that it is necessary to take immediate steps. The urgent need is to allow fresh natural water to be released at Hathini Kund Barrage. This water should be allowed to flow the entire course of the Yamuna riverbed. This time the campaign will actually provide support to the government to promptly resolve the issue, provided the fact the present government is genuinely trying to revive Indian rivers. The 1,375 km long Yamuna River is still being robbed of all its waters only 200 km after its birth. All the waters of Yamnotri are taken away at Hathini Kund Barrage in Haryana not far away from its spring. What remains after that is dry riverbed into which Delhi pours its partially treated sewage. The Yamuna riverbed in Delhi is being used as a canal to transport Delhi’s sewage to Agra Canal. Thus, what flows on Yamuna riverbed in Delhi, Mathura-Vrindavan and Agra is simply and only sewage of Delhi (without one drop of original natural fresh water of the river). The same is supplied as drinking water to Vrindavan, Mathura, and Agra after a very basic (insufficient) treatment. Everyone is warmly invited to join in and support to...