Ganga is observed as Divine River in not only India but it is also among the most sacred rivers of the world. This truth is universal and believed by all Indians and also by famous scholars of the world. River Ganga is known as the divine river of the country as similar as Sanskrit is observed as the divine language or the language of God. It is worshipped like a Goddess and believed that it was the tenth day of Jyeshta bright half when she was descended on earth from heaven. The day is Ganga Dussehra, which is also the day when ages long hard work and penance of Bhagirath, a Suryavanshi king, got successful and fruitful in the form of river Ganga. It was he only whose hard penance was responsible for bringing river Ganga on earth that made a ruined and dry waste region developed into green and fertile and brought back life to earth. Since then every year, the occasion of Ganga Dussehra is celebrated by performing several rites and rituals of Ganga pooja to commemorate her.