Two days after Sri Sri Ravi Shankar's World Culture Festival on the Yamuna plains, you can still see the guru's face splashed across the venue — not on tall billboards but on filth-covered posters littering the ground, along with piles of discarded plastic bottles and half-eaten, rotting food. The few animals left are distraught and the plains cry out for help.
Just how much can you restore a ravaged land? Look for yourself.
THE LITTER TRUTH: The venue is being cleared, but where does the garbage go?
BARREN LANDS: Would you call this a river bed?
EAT YOUR GREENS: A buffalo manages to find some grass to graze on.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT: Leftovers from three nights of culture.
I'M LEAVING THIS PLACE: Good call, bird.