“Heavy rains in Jodhpur,” the headlines said while the TV reporter went on about how the localities of Jodhpur were experiencing flooding & disruption of public life! This was so unusual for a city in Rajasthan, to receive unprecedented rains, that too in such high amounts!! The moral of the story: Climate Change is
Have you noticed that most of the rivers in India, be it Narmada, Godavari, Ganga or Kaveri have been anciently named after Hindu gods & goddesses? Ever wondered what could be the reason to do so? The reason was simple; the ancient Indians wanted their people to worship the rivers just as we worship our gods.
When Prime Ministre Narendra Modi launched out Swachh Bharat Abhiyan in 2014, he might as well have been inspired by the beauty & cleanliness of a post card destination – Mawlynnong! Don’t be fooled by the name as Mawlynnong is very much situated in Indian Territory of Meghalaya.
The importance of conserving water has been growing more and more significant as different parts of the world have experienced serious drought. Almost all living organisms need water in order to survive so it is imperative for us to take action and conserve one of Earth’s essential life elements.
How many times have we seen a lush green area being robbed of its trees & charm over years? How many times have we seen the greens replaced by the dusty greys & sooty blacks of the urbanized culture? Innumerable accounts to be vaguely precise!