Water: Culture, Politics and Management

By India International Centre
Publisher: Pearson India, 2009
ISBN: 9788131742945
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Water: Culture, Politics and Management is a compilation of essays written by some of the well-known connoisseurs of Indian art and culture as well as experts and activists dedicated to the cause of conservation of water. They illustrate how water has been treated in mythology, reveal the ecological messages that underlie these myths, and describe the culture that developed around water. There are also essays on maritime trade, the craft of boat- and ship-building, the politics of water emerging out of issues like dam construction, pollution of rivers and the scope of social services in flood-ravaged areas. Finally, a commentary on the imagery of water in Indian cinema, a selection of poems and a collection of photographs illustrating the sanctity built around water depict our response to it through art and poetry. Drawing on different disciplines as well as the arts, this volume is an informative and engaging exploration of the many ways that water has sustained and enriched our existence.
Water :The Culture, Politics and Management of Water
Introduction: The Ecology and Myth of Water
The Kaveri River
The River
The Sea
Water resource Management
The Culture of water
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