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Title: PLANNING FOR SUSTAINABLE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM IN INDORE CITY
Authors: Mahore, Shraddha
Keywords: ARCHITECTURE & PLANNING;SUSTAINABLE DRINKING WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM;INDORE CITY;WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM
Issue Date: 2006
Abstract: India is enriched with natural resources. These resources have given rise to a rich culture and civilization in the country. Fertile land, iron ore, bauxite, and copper ore are the main resources in India. She is one of the major producers of iron in the world. Gold, silver, and diamonds make up a small part of other natural resources available in India. According to CIA, (2000) India is the fourth-largest coal reserves in the world. It is estimated that India has around 120 billion tons of coal in reserve, enough to last for around 120 years. Other abundant resources are manganese, mica, bauxite, titanium ore, chromites, natural gas, diamonds, and limestone. Huge reserves of petroleum have been found in the coastal regions of India. Being agriculture based country; India has the largest arable land, which is close to 39 per cent of Asia's arable land. Indians worship everything related to five constituent elements, i.e., air, water, earth, sky, and fire. All the natural resources are worshiped in India in this way. They worship the sun, the moon, forests, trees, mountains and water bodies. Figure 1.1 presents a man worshiping in river water. This worship just not means joining hands in front of it but a regard to conserve, preserve and restore the nature. Modernization has changed the attitude of the people. Man exploited these natural resources since ages, and as a consequence these natural resources, i.e., free goods of past are turned into economic goods at present, and the typical example is 'water".
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/13047
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Research Supervisor/ Guide: Devadas, V.
metadata.dc.type: M.Tech Dessertation
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