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A way to minimise agricultural problems in India
The concepts of System of Rice Intensification help farmers adopt practices based on their local conditions. Farmers, and an SRI expert in Chhattisgarh, show how it has worked for them. makarandpurohit posted 5 years 9 months ago
SRI beneficiaries in Ambikapur
Water Untouched: A film on Dalits' lack of access
Forming 17% of India's popultion, Dalits still have to depend on the goodwill of dominant castes for many things including access to basics. Why? makarandpurohit posted 5 years 9 months ago
A Dalit woman in Ekta Nagar, Raipur
Arid, but water secure in Kutch
Reduced migration, better hygiene practices and access to information on govt. schemes were only some of the achievements of villages in Rapar, Gujarat. The videos tell the full story. Usha Dewani posted 5 years 9 months ago
Rearing livestock: the mainstay of people in Rapar
Studying springs: A matter of life and death
Mountain dwellers across India are learning hydrogeology in a bid to save their dying springs. In the process, they are also revolutionizing their lives. chicu posted 5 years 9 months ago
Learning hydrogeology informs spring restoration
The dark life of the Kelo
Senior journalist Shiv Rajpoot, who has traveled across the Kelo river in Chhattisgarh twice by foot, shares the story of its transformation. makarandpurohit posted 5 years 10 months ago
Shiv Rajpoot during his Kelo Yatra, 2008
Tare Ganga Par'
The Government of India has commissioned a consortium of IITs to clean up the Ganga. How are they going about it? Dr. Tare, head of this consortium, speaks exclusively to the India Water Portal. chicu posted 5 years 10 months ago
Sunset on the Ganga at Garhmukteshwar
From wasteland to wonderland
Aravali Institute of Management in Jodhpur shows how high soil salinity, which eats into cement structures, can be dealt with through harvesting water and using native plant species. Manu Moudgil posted 5 years 10 months ago
Around 15 lakes helped deal with soil salinity
My disappearing land: Majuli
Majuli, a large river island in the Brahmaputra that is also a cradle of Assamese culture, is slowly shrinking due to the river's wrath, and the lives of the people ebbs and flows with it. Usha Dewani posted 5 years 10 months ago
House on stilts (Chang ghar) in Majuli
NadiSutra: A 2000 km canoe ride to tell a river's story
A father-son team will follow the river Mahakali, which is proposed to be the longest and most radical link, to see and experience the effects of interlinking on the entire river system, and beyond. Swati Bansal posted 5 years 11 months ago
Theo and Zanskar set off on their canoe
A beautiful, equitable water management system
Khonoma village, which fought the British four times, is today also known for how it protects its ecological heritage. Watch how its indigenous water management system works. Usha Dewani posted 6 years ago
Women in Khonoma tying beads to make necklaces