ganga water, far from the source

Jenny spotted this in the baggage claim at the Denver airport.

Denver’s three Hindu temples (and one elected Hindu lawmaker) are exactly 7,944 miles away from Varanasi. I’m sure they’re all very happy at this holy arrival.

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9 responses to “ganga water, far from the source

  1. I’m kinda surprised that’s allowed through customs, what with all the bacteria that must be swimming in it.

  2. Flew from NY to Delhi today…had a bunch of holy men on the plane (flying business class 😀 ) and a number of these cans.

  3. Funnily enough, in Dubai I saw a 10 gallon can of liquid being checked in for our flight and freaked out — turned out it was “Mecca water”. Who knew!

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