Photo Series: Yamuna as it is seen in Vrindavan & Mathura | Travel Photography | The Traveling Sage


During the August monsoon at Vishram Ghat, Mathura, the only time when there is brimming water in Yamuna and it doesn’t look like it is slowly dying.



The Yamuna flowing behind the supposedly Kans Quila, Mathura. You can see the filthy shores of Yamuna, even when it is flowing in its full might.



Yamuna as seen from the Parikrma Marg, near Madan Mohan Temple, Vrindavan. The shores are filthy and you can’t stand here for long. There is enough monsoon water in the river, but it highly polluted, undrinkable, and non-bathing water.



At Vishram Ghat, Mathura during monsoons.



Many lives depend on Yamuna. People daily bathe in the river, and use the water for different purposes. If Yamuna remains polluted, or dies in future, it would be a disaster for those people, in all the cities that are dependent on Yamuna as a water resource.



One of the most filthy shores of Yamuna in Mathura. The river flows at my back.


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