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 Pawar, water 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.
Featured image: Screenshot from the movie.
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