The Garhwal Himalaya, the source of the Ganga and her tributaries, is also called Dev Bhoomi the "Land of the Divine". For centuries these fragile mountains have been stable to the extent that in the Geeta Krishna says "among the steadfast I'm the Himalaya". The Garhwal Himalaya, the source of the Ganga and her tributaries, is also called Dev Bhoomi the "Land of the Divine. Navdanya started its work in conservation of biodiversity and rejuvenation of local food cultures in this region 30 years ago. We invite you to Navdanya's Earth Journey to Kedar valley through which flows the Mandakini river, to witness the magnificent beauty of our mountains, the richness of our biodiversity and biodiversity based agriculture, the resilience and strength of our local communities.
From 2nd October to 8th October 2017.
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