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Ganga AUTHOR Julian Crandall Hollick Free read ´ 6 Julian Crandall Hollick is an award winning producer and writer of radio documentaries about Islam and South Asia He is co founder of Independent Broadcasting Associates Inc a non profit media production company based in Massachusetts He has also been an independent radio producer for NPR BBC Radio Four and World Service and CBC in Toronto His articles on India have appeared in the Smithsonian and New Republic and he has also been a columnist for The Times of India and The Hindu and broadcast a weekly programme on Radio Midday in Mumbai.