This is my ongoing project since 2017 on river Yamuna and I intend to document the current status of the holy river and the impact on climate change it remains ignored. Yamuna River, the second largest tributary of the Ganges remains deeply intertwined with the lives of millions of people spread across the states of Uttarakhand, Delhi, and Uttar Pradesh. One of the most prominent rivers to flow through India, Yamuna originates in the Yamunotri Glaciers, far removed from any human settlement at a dizzying height of approximately 6400 meters near Bandarpunch peaks in the lower reaches of the Himalayas in the state of Uttarakhand. Before it merges with the Ganges in Allahabad (Prayagraj), Yamuna travels a massive length of 1376 kilometers. According to an estimate more than 60 million people in India rely on the Yamuna for freshwater daily.