The results of Ganga Quest showed that River Ganga is more than a flowing water body. Its cultural significance unites the whole country. River Ganga signifies one India and it bounds together our rich diversity to one unity. This experience of Ganga Quest tells us that Ganga river rejuvenation programme is a way to bring India together for the protection of riverine ecosystem of whole country.
Largest attitude and perception survey of its kind was also conducted through Ganga Quest which indicated that the people-river connect is still poor however a very positive response came where majority of the participants wanted to volunteer and an increased sense of ownership also emerged. A good reach of communication programs such as Rag Rag mein Ganga and Namami Gange Anthem was observed and television/radio emerged as the most used media to gather information. The attitude survey also indicated the strong field presence of Ganga Praharis/Ganga Doot/Volunteers of Ganga Vichar Manch and that people are noticing the work being done by them. A clear need to develop a platform that showcases all the efforts of Government and connect interested people through an interactive and attractive interface was highlighted in the attitude survey.
The following winners and best performers were awarded and recognised