A man spits.
Another one brushes his teeth.
A boy uses a bidet.
A girl washes her hair.
A man takes a purification ritual bath.
A woman with a child washes pans.
A man puts out the fire after a cremation.
A woman does her laundry while the children bathe.
A group of men load a goat into a boat.
A boy defecates with his back facing the river.
A human body is immersed in the water before a cremation.
A group of men unload bags of sand from a boat.
Three children, with their trousers dropped, look for a place to defecate in company.
Three boys search for gold among the smoking remains after a cremation ceremony.
Every morning on the Ganges, men, women and children perform a wide variety of activities. Everyone uses the river, but it appears for all the world as if they don’t care about it at all.