Muslims perform wudu, the washing ritual before prayers, at Istanbul’s Beyazit Mosque. “Cleanliness is half of faith,” Muhammad told followers.
The Maya believed natural wells, such as the Xkeken cenote in Mexico’s Yucatán, led to the underworld.
India’s holiest river, the Ganges, is scribbled with light from floating oil lamps during the Ganga Dussehra festival in Haridwar. Hindus near death often bathe in the river; some are later cremated beside it and have their ashes scattered on its waters.
The sacred waterfall at the Tsubaki Grand Shrine in Mie Prefecture, Japan, washes away impurities in the Shinto ritual known as misogi shuho, which celebrates the communion among worshipper, waterfall, and the creative life force of the universe.
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