The Ganges river is both a potent religious symbol for millions of Hindus and a habitat for much of India's diverse wildlife. This documentary from the BBC follows the course of the mighty waterway as it flows past the Himalayas and herds of wild elephants, before reaching the sacred city of Varanasi, the teeming metropolis of Calcutta, and the rich wetlands of Sunderbans. This journey through nature, culture, and history includes the episodes "Daughter of the Mountains," "River of Life," and "Waterland."
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