Rain … how much, how much is left?

Rain … how much, how much is left?

The news of drought and water tainted has been treated as such after the onset of summer. Although there is a great deal of rainfall, there is a shortage of drought in Maharashtra. How many waters is stored in the rainwater, how much wasted and the reasons for this are taken after the World Water Day celebrations on March 22-

The news of drought and water tainted has been treated as such after the onset of summer. Although there is a great deal of rainfall, there is a shortage of drought in Maharashtra. How many waters is stored in the rainwater, how much wasted and the reasons for this are taken after the World Water Day celebrations on March 22-
Fresh feedback
Inspiring article Mr. Abhijit
God particle
View All Comments Write Feedback

42 – 43% of Maharashtra is in the shade of drought today. Out of 355 talukas, 151 talukas have been declared a drought. Out of this, it is a medium form in 39 talukas and it is very hot in 112 talukas. It has been declared by considering all the constituents of the monsoon (June to September), the rainfall index, the availability of groundwater, the soil moisture, the area under the sowing, the condition of crops, the plant index and some telecommunications norms. Further, some villages were added. Even 38 talukas are experiencing drought this year in Vidarbha, even in the rainy season.

Various issues have to be considered while discussing the causes of drought. According to the variation in the rainy season of that year, the increased water needs and the resources available, we plan to manage and manage water.

Increased water requirement

Your water requirement has increased in the last 25 to 30 years. Increasing urbanization and increased use of water due to urban lifestyle, along with globalization strategies; Large industries, newly built commercial centers, changed lives, entertainment equipment, and health considerations have led to the increased use of water, and the demand for water has also increased for agriculture. Considering all this, water has become an issue of urgency and struggle. Do we get more water when one has demanded water on one hand? The answer is negative. In fact, due to the increased weather conditions, water availability has been adversely affected. This means that uncertainty created in increased demand and availability. This is the situation, there in the famine!

If this is not possible to increase the availability of water, how to complete this increased demand? It is a very interesting issue. There is a solution to this, that is to prevent water from accumulating excess water due to rain. In saying this, the limits of arbitration in our territories, geographies, policies-states of the states. What is the current status on this background?

Water is available every year in Maharashtra due to rain, which is 1,62,173 million cubic meters (Dalgami). Of these, 14 percent of the water is released into ground water. Out of the remaining 1,39,561 million cubic meters of surface area, if it flows from the ground, it flows through rivers, flows through rivers and stops in the dams. These numbers will not predict accurately. So, we will reckon with a huge Koyana dam in Maharashtra. In the Koyna dams, about 2800 Dalgami water can be stored normally. Every year, about 58 Koyna dams fill so much water every year on the land of Maharashtra. It covers all parts of Vidarbha, Marathwada, South-Western Maharashtra, Khandesh and Konkan. However, considering the water, these regions have been divided into river basins – Godavari basin, Krishna valley, Konkan valley, Tapi, Narmada and Mahanadi. According to the geographical area and availability of water, Godavari, Krishna and Konkan are three more important potholes.

Now where to stop the water?

Now the point is how many of these water prevents us from it. When considering this, it is not possible to obstruct it as water only. Due to flowing rivers like Godavari, Krishna, different states have to follow the decisions given by the river bank. We can use 45,843 Dalgami water in Godavari and Krishna river basin. Of them, 78 percent water has been blocked, work on remaining water-resistant works are approved and work is also underway. It is believed that many of the rain fall in water is wasted, but this feeling does not hold on to reality. Diagnosis, however, does not apply to this state’s maximum area. Because the water is passed through our village, then in the next few bunds it will be damaged.

The Konkan valley situation is different. There are geographical problems regarding water blocking. However, there is no such situation as the dam has not been formed. Because of this famine, only three talukas of the district of Palghar are included in the Konkan region. According to some, the water should be diverted to east and it should be drained in other rivers. However, there is no reliable solution available for this. So he lagged the issue.

This does not mean that there is no scope for improvement or nothing to do. Because Godavari, Krishna thought of these two river banks, there is no arrangement for distribution to reach 15% of the water stored here (mainly to the farmers). So the water is blocked, but it can not be used. These works are done quickly by the entrepreneurs

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *