Thrivikramji.com | Ananthazhachira revival by desalting etc…found print space in toi today on page 3. The desalting was objected by the local residents as they were afraid that removal of Dil will run the risk stoppage of recharging the wells and water holes in the vicinity…surprisingly the kwa agreed to it. But the belief or rustic wisdom that once silt is taken out the recharge will stop is wrongly paced scientifically. The sides and floor with a lacing of silt and finer materials derived from soil actually seals the scope for recharging. Once the silty stuff is removed the Chirac will become a large rain water harvesting and recharging site. Silt to a great degree saves water from percolation loss. That being the science, the local wisdom becomes baseless…
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Ananthazhachira revival by desalting etc…found print space in toi today on page 3. The desalting was objected by the local residents as they were afraid that removal of Dil will run the risk stoppage of recharging the wells and water holes in the vicinity…surprisingly the kwa agreed to it. But the belief or rustic wisdom that once silt is taken out the recharge will stop is wrongly paced scientifically. The sides and floor with a lacing of silt and finer materials derived from soil actually seals the scope for recharging. Once the silty stuff is removed the Chirac will become a large rain water harvesting and recharging site. Silt to a great degree saves water from percolation loss. That being the science, the local wisdom becomes baseless…

Ananthazhachira revival by desalting etc…found print space in toi today on page 3. The desalting was objected by the local residents as they were afraid that removal of Dil will run the risk stoppage of recharging the wells and water holes in the vicinity…surprisingly the kwa agreed to it. But the belief or rustic wisdom that once silt is taken out the recharge will stop is wrongly paced scientifically. The sides and floor with a lacing of silt and finer materials derived from soil actually seals the scope for recharging. Once the silty stuff is removed the Chirac will become a large rain water harvesting and recharging site. Silt to a great degree saves water from percolation loss. That being the science, the local wisdom becomes baseless…

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