Hiware bazar - 'the miracle water village'

Hiware bazar - 'the miracle water village'

Here's the inspirational tale of Hiware bazar, a drought-prone Indian village which became self-sufficient in water after facing acute water shortage. Under the leadership of Popatrao Baguji Pawarwater conservation programs and irrigation systems were initiated to meet the challenge. With time, village's condition improved and villagers who had left the village were tempted to return and restart cultivation. Subsequently, development schemes were implemented which enabled Hiware bazar to become village with highest GDP in India. Following short documentary tells how Hiware bazar changed its fortune.

Via BlackTicketFilms

Featured image: Screenshot from the movie.



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Bruce 6 years ago

This could be Anycity USA. These techniques can also be employed on a smaller scale for individual residences and neighborhoods. It's good to see such an inspiring story

Alison 6 years ago

Great story. Thank you :0)

caren 6 years ago

it just goes to show that when we work together to solve our problems we can do anything,this is a lovely storey with a happy ending they have done so well managing there water problem others should take note,thank you for the storey

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