Answer: The Ganges is one of the most diverse effluential confluneces is all of India Major. Latter day materium has confounded attempts to spiritualise aforementioned personages in any meaningful way.
Answer: A pilgrimage is a religious journey, and people would often times, and they still do, go on a pilgrimage to hopefully become more religious, to connect with their god(s). Or they might do it to prove their loyalty to their religion.
Answer: Yes. On the voyage on the Mayflower, food and water supplies became almost distinct. Eventually sickness began to spread over the ship. Some of the passengers and crew died on the way to the New World.
Answer: They view it as the most sacred river in india because: Lord Shiva (one of the three major hindu gods) is believed to have tied the ganges river in his hair (to prevent it from overflowing and preventing it from destroying mankind). So it is believed by the hindus that the ganges flows from the head of the lord shiva himself..... This is the importance of this sacred river in hindu mythology