“The Ganga, lifeline of major civilisations, flowed with death in its midst. So great was the problem that, along with managing the flu, medical authorities had to ensure that water purification systems of cities along the clogged rivers worked well and that no harm was done by this ‘most objectionable practice,'” writes Chinmay Tumbe, an economist, in his book The Age of Pandemics.
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