The design of Chand baodi (stepwell) in Abhaneri village, Rajasthan, was intended to conserve as much water as possible (Image: Unseen Horizons, Flickr Commons, CC BY-SA 2.0)
A can of 20 litres of RO filtered water costs around Rs. 20 in Chikballapur. Image credit: Karthik Seshan
Indian children tapping water (Image: Global Water Partnership, Flickr Commons, CC BY NC-SA 2.0)
Image used for representational purposes only. Image source: India Water Portal on Flickr
A millet crop ready for harvest in rural India (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
The main bazaar of Leh (Image: Christopher Michel, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0)
Chilepata core forest area in Buxa, Alipurduar district of West Bengal (Image: Tridib Choudhury, Wikimedia Commons, CC-SA 4.0 International)
The Sutlej, from Bilaspur (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
Villages under water which gushed in as Cyclone Aila struck south 24 Parganas. Image credit: Anil Gulati from IWP Flickr. Image used for representational purposes only.
Image credit: Sourabh Phadke from India Water Portal on Flickr
Digging an open well that had some water at lesser depths ranging from 5-10 m using local technology in which a motor run winch draws up the dug up mud from the well bottom. (Image: Rahul Banerjee)
Millets. Image source: Wikimedia Commons
Coping with droughts, a challenge for farmers (Image Source: Wikimedia Commons)
A woman from the Ahir tribe at Chapredi village, east of Bhuj with cotton husks. (Image: Meena Kadri, Flickr Commons, CC BY-ND 2.0


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