This is a story of a small river Arvari in Alwar, Rajasthan. It had dried up for years but has come back to life through the efforts of the villagers assisted by Tarun Bharat Sangh, an NGO.india Updated: May 19, 2003 15:20 IST
Time: 14 mins
Price: Rs 750
This is a story of a small river Arvari which originates in Thanagazi block of Alwar, Rajasthan. The river had dried up for years but has come back to life through the concerted efforts of the villagers assisted by Tarun Bharat Sangh (TBS), a local voluntary group. The first step to bring this river back to life began in 1987 by constructing small water harvesting structures called johad in a vilage Bhavta. The success of this structure was followed by construction of several such johads in other adjoining villages.
Note: This film has been produced by Centre for Science and Environment under a series titled Wealth of Nations: People and their Environment. Each of these films deals with critical issues of sustainable development. Please note the first four films in this list are being offered as a package of four films on water for Rs 2000 only. Postal/courier charges are Rs 200 for the package. For single film it is Rs 50.
First Published: May 07, 2003 23:07 IST