Ganga Water Level Reached 64.55 Meters In Banaras


The rising speed of 4 cm per hour in the Ganges has increased the hustle and bustle of the people living in the coastal area. According to the Central Water Commission, the water level of Ganga has reached 64.55 metres. The water level of Ganga was recorded at 64.01 meters at 8 am on Thursday. There has been an increase of 54 centimeters in 12 hours. The water level of Ganga was 64.34 at 2 pm. There was an increase of 33 centimeters from 8 in the morning to 2 in the morning. The water level of Ganga was 64.44 meters at 5 pm, 64.47 meters at 6 pm and 64.51 meters at 7 pm. From morning till 3 o’clock, the water level of Ganga was increasing at the speed of 4 cm per hour. By three to six in the evening, it increased to three centimeters per hour, but after six in the evening, the water level of the Ganges started rising at the speed of four centimeters per hour. Ganga showed her fierce form in the month of August. However, it is currently flowing six meters below the danger mark. The warning point in Banaras is 70.262 meters and the danger mark is 71.262 meters.

The rising speed of 4 cm per hour in the Ganges has increased the hustle and bustle of the people living in the coastal area. According to the Central Water Commission, the water level of Ganga has reached 64.55 metres. The water level of Ganga was recorded at 64.01 meters at 8 am on Thursday. There has been an increase of 54 centimeters in 12 hours. The water level of Ganga was 64.34 at 2 pm. There was an increase of 33 centimeters from 8 in the morning to 2 in the morning. The water level of Ganga was 64.44 meters at 5 pm, 64.47 meters at 6 pm and 64.51 meters at 7 pm. From morning till 3 o’clock, the water level of Ganga was increasing at the speed of 4 cm per hour. By three to six in the evening, it increased to three centimeters per hour, but after six in the evening, the water level of the Ganges started rising at the speed of four centimeters per hour. Ganga showed her fierce form in the month of August. However, it is currently flowing six meters below the danger mark. The warning point in Banaras is 70.262 meters and the danger mark is 71.262 meters.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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