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While Indians litter, foreign devotees clean at Mahakumbh!

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Allahabad: Mahakumbh this year is not only about religion and traditions. It’s stepped beyond the horizon.

It’s also serving as a platform for social ethics. Indians take little notice of things that they have been blessed with. On the other hand, visitors from foreign countries are more considerate about the flora and fauna of the country.

British tourist, who are visiting the Kumbh site have undertaken the task of cleaning, the Ganges, which the country worships.

It is a peculiar site to see, as Indian devotees are littering the river with various objects, while foreign tourists are religiously cleaning it.