Rising sea level poses threat to Udvada

PUBLISHED ON: March 8, 2011 | Duration: 3 min, 18 sec

  
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Udvada town, on the Gujarat coast, is the holiest place of the Parsi community because it is home to the oldest continuously burning Iranshah or fire-temple in India. But it is now at serious risk of being submerged in a rising Arabian sea.
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