World Water Day.

The Elixir of life…

Do you know about 1 billion people around the globe do not have access to safe drinking water? It’s quite depressing that we all know about the water crisis most of the people facing but in spite that we never do anything about it. As it is said “When the well is dry, we learn the worth of water”.
• In India around 76 million people don’t have access to safe water.
• 140,000 children die due to diarrhea due to intake of unsafe water.
• Global water demand increases by 40 % in the next 10 years.
• According to Business Insider, India WILL run out of water in the near future.



Imagine yourself walking miles with barefoot in the hot sun to just fetch one vessel of water. Indeed, even I have seen individuals in villages quarreling for bringing water as they need to hold up a long line to simply get one basin of drinking water. That is not irregular to find in villages of India.

The answer for this emergency relies on upon the administration, establishments and for the most part we the general population, we can change this.

At individual level we can truly wisely utilize water by simply settling on a cognizant decision and reacting entirely to the wastage of water by Individual level, Community level and at the national level. For change to happen, best thing should be possible is to bring change inside of us, at the individual level, then family, group etc. It’s a great opportunity to follow up on and never too late to start on.