The Sacred Elixir of Life
The Ganga River Basin covers over 12,500 sq. kilometers in northern India and ranks among the largest in the world in drainage basin area and length. Flowing across the great alluvial Indo-Gangetic plains, the Ganga is bordered by the Himalayas to the north and the Vindhya-Satpura ranges to the south.

Miraculous Powers – A Scientific Fact
The Holy Ganges descends from the snow clad peaks of Himalayas. Gangajal needs no introduction. It is known since time immemorial for its sanctity, purity and amazing health giving and disease curing powers. Ancient Indian treatises, The Ramayana, Mahabharata, Charaka Samhita and Vishupuran and many others acclaim its miraculous powers.

Rich in rare Himalayan herbs and minerals, Ganga water contains Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium, Potassium and combination of miscellaneous medicinal powerful properties for all round good health, especially for better digestion. It consistent use cures several diseases and helps to build immunity in more ways than one.

Post extensive research and analysis, British scientist Dr. Henkin, French scientist Dr. Herele and Dr. Harrison of the UNESCO research team, have all confirmed the bacteria killing powers of Gangajal within 3 to 6 hours. Indian environmental engineers have also confirmed that Ganga water has a super self-cleaning property. An unknown factor called the "Mystery Factor", which gives this river an unusual ability to retain dissolved oxygen from the atmosphere. The presence of Bacteriophages which gives it the anti-bacterial nature, is perhaps one of the many reasons, Gangajal can be stored fresh for many years.