India is saturated with fascinating facts and elements. Started from mountains to rivers, every component of nature has its different, valuable yet influential significance in Hinduism. Similarly, water plays another major influence in the culture and essence of Hinduism due to its religious importance.
Sapta Sindhu – Seven Sacred Rivers of Hinduism
From ancient times, the rivers of India accommodate the basic needs of Indian people, and so they do presently. There are 7 major rivers located in India that are the prime source of living for thousands of lives. The Seven Sacred Rivers of Hinduism are called “Sapta Sindhu” – Ganga, Yamuna, Saraswati, Sindhu/Indus, Narmada, Godavari, and Kaveri.
Interesting facts of Seven Sacred Rivers of Hinduism
These holy rivers of India are the heart of India due to their life-sustaining properties. Besides, Hindus use these rivers for various religious activities and rituals as well.
Here are some interesting facts of Sapta Sindhu or Seven Sacred Rivers of Hinduism that you may find intriguing.
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