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Answers to the current crisis of water may lie in the lack of reliance on our own tradition by our communities. Indians, over centuries, developed a range of techniques to harves every possible form of water, from rainwater, stream and river water as well as floo water. They have tapped water from hill streams or springs known as kuhls carrying discharge of 15-100 litres per seconds. In Meghalaya, a 200-years old system of tapping stream and spring water for plants by using bamboos still exists. Credit must go to the people of the villages of Rajasthan and particularly Jodhpur, here old water system still exists and where the traditional system was maintained even after the advent of piped water. Villages which neglected their traditional system and relied solely on piped water sources faced scarcity under drought conditions. An ironic of water management is that between Jaisalmer and Cherrapunuj which get 100mm and 15,000 mm of rainfall respectively, Jaisalmer had enough water for itself until recent years, while Cherrapunji the wettest place on the earth, faced a drinking water shortage. Alwar district, also in Rajasthan, has been successful in harvesting water thereby bringing prosperity to its villages. In India, during the season of summer, our taps go on without water and we feel the scarcity of water. It is because we are much careless about the use of water and waste It extravagantly.
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Question.1. State whether true or false: (a) James Mill divided Indian history into three periods – Hindu, Muslim, Christian. (b) Official documents help us understand what the people of the country think. (c) The British thought surveys were important for effective administration. Answer. (a) False (b) False (c) True Question.2. What is the problem with the periodisation of Indian history that James Mill offers? Answer. James Mill divided Indian history into three periods – Hindu, Muslim and British. This periodisation has its own problem. It is difficult to refer to any period of history as ‘Hindu’ or ‘Muslim’ because a variety of faiths existed simultaneously in these periods. It is also not justified to characterise an age through the religion of the rulers of the time. What it suggests is that the lives and practices of others do not really matter. It is worth-mentioning that even rulers in ancient India did not all share the same faith. Question 3. Why did the British preserve official documents? Answer. The British preserved documents because of the following reasons: Any information or proof of any decision can be read/used from the preserved documents. The preserved documents reveal the progress made by country in the past. One can study the notes and reports which were prepared in the past Their copies may be made and used in modern times. Documents were helpful in understanding social, economical and history of those times. Question 4. How will the information historians get from old newspapers be different from that found in police reports? Answer. The information printed in newspaper are usually affected by the views and opinions of the reporters, news editors etc. But what historians find in police reports are usually true and realistic. Question 5. Can you think of examples of surveys in your world today? Think about how toy companies get information about what young people enjoy playing with or how the government finds out about the number of young people in school. What can a historian derive from such surveys? Answer. Surveys are done by government and private companies. on demographic changes, employment, incomes, tastes, interests, possessions, etc. Manually or with use of technology. At different places like home, schools, institution, malls, etc. Historians may get information about preferences, life style, demographic changes, political, social, economic life, etc.
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