These lakes were built by the Palegara or the local chieftains of the empire. The extent of ruling of the chieftains expands all the way to Pathapalya, Gummanayakanahalli, Kalkooru, and Teluru … Continue readingLake Manager Story From Chikkaballapura
Cauvery is the lifeline of South India and provides food, water, and economic security for the entire region. It provides water to 100 million people and 600 major industries. Hence protection of Kodagu as the catchment of Cauvery is extremely critical.
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India, the second-most populous country in the world, with about 1.3 billion population is one of the largest consumers of water. And its extremely high demand for water coupled with poor and unequal water distribution throughout the country has left people finding it extremely difficult to access water. As per … Continue readingLong Wait For a Pail Of Water
Vantamamidi is a small village in Visakhapatnam of Andhra Pradesh. Situated along the Eastern Ghat belt, the village is at an elevation of 792 metres. … Continue readingSprings And The Walk For Drinking Water
Hiriyur, Chitradurga, Karnataka. Till the lakes, ponds, rivers and other surface water bodies were under the maintenance of the villagers, it was looked after well. There was … Continue readingWho Owns The Lakes?