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Towards the end of the rainy season during the months of August-September-October, the water levels of Ganga increases, filling up all the low lands around the banks. This swelling of the river is caused by excessive rain from up north and the release of large quantities of water from barrages.

Due to the recently released large quantities of water from barrages, Ganga has swollen covering all low lands and is flowing by the Bhakti Siddhanta Saraswati Marg road.

On the release of insurmountab

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By Madhava Smullen 

Incessant rains pelted the South Indian state of Karnataka from late July until August 13th, causing widespread flooding, a death toll of 76, and damage to over 75,000 homes. According to the government of Karnataka the disaster has caused a loss of around 50,000 Crore rupees. 

The ISKCON temple in the city of Belgaum was not affected by the flood, no devotees were harmed, and there was no major damage to any devotee homes. But with the inspiration and guidance of Bhakt

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