One of the cleanest rivers in the world. It is in India, ‘River Umngot’, Hats off to the people of Meghalaya; Ministry of Jal Utsav 2021

According to the Ministry of Jal Utsav 2021, Meghalaya’s Umngot River is one of the cleanest rivers in the world. According to the government, the river is so clean that it appears to be floating in the air.

It also thanked the people of Meghalaya for maintaining the river’s purity. It made the people of the state exceedingly pleased and honored that Meghalaya, a small hill state in India that many people from other parts of the country are unaware of, will now be recognized with enormous pride and honor.

One of the cleanest rivers in the world. It is in India. River Umngot, 100 Kms from Shillong, in Meghalaya state. It seems as if the boat is in the air; the water is so clean and transparent. Wish all our rivers were as clean. Hats off to the people of Meghalaya stated the Ministry of Jal Shakti.

On November 2, 2021, the 5th edition of Ganga Utsav began virtually with much fun and festivities.

The River Festival honors the glory of not only the Ganga but all of the country’s rivers. The goal is to bring Ganga Utsav to all of India’s river basins, taking inspiration from Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s demand for ‘Nadi Utsav,’ or river celebrations.

On the first day of the ‘Ganga Utsav – the River Festival 2021,’ the Union Minister for Jal Shakti, Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat, and other dignitaries unveiled the Continuous Learning and Activity Portal (CLAP). CLAP is a Namami Gange initiative conceived and implemented by TREE Craze Foundation, led by Bhawna Badola, CEO of TREE Craze Foundation. CLAP is also supported and funded by the World Bank. This is an interactive webpage dedicated to starting dialogues and taking action around India’s rivers. The Portal also serves as a venue for debates, discussions, and the exchange of ideas on a variety of environmental, water, and river-related topics.

NMCG deserves praise for making Ganga Utsav bigger and better every year. “It is our joint responsibility to restore and conserve our waterways,” Shri Gajendra Singh Shekhawat stated. Every person should consider how they might contribute to the cause of rivers.”

For a long time, many dignitaries lauded the Umngot River. And nothing can make Meghalayans prouder than the fact that the entire globe acknowledges the state of Meghalaya and its people for their cleanliness. Meghalaya is also home to Asia’s cleanest village and now the world’s cleanest river.

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