Explore the ecological diversity of India - from
the dry cold deserts of Ladakh to the dry, hot desert of Rajasthan;
from the sub-temperate mountains of the Nilgiris to the alluvial
monotonous plains of the gangetic valley and the plateaus of
the Deccan and Chotanagpur; and from the dry slopes of the Aravallis
to the humid slopes of Meghalaya, Nagaland and Mizoram.
Over the centuries, Indians have developed a range of techniques
to harvest every possible form of water - from rainwater to
groundwater, stream to river water, and floodwater.