the right to water

ketki nandanwar

This speculative intervention is an alternative to all the missing branch canals which aim at distributing the water amongst the native farmers as per requirement and incorporating local harvesting techniques with the new building. The structure includes a channel of aqueduct-like structures throughout the site which also develop into smaller infrastructures to make their lives easier.

References

  1. Aandahl, Guro. “3: Canal Irrigation and the Limits to State Authority.” Idunn, 26 Apr. 2016, www.idunn.no/indias-democracies/3-canal-irrigation-and-the-limits-to-state-authority.

  2. Jha, Satish. “Narmada Water: Despair and Defiance along the Canal.” The Indian Express, 12 Feb. 2018, indianexpress.com/article/india/gujarat-narmada-river-water-canal-5060274/.

  3. “Who Robbed Narmada?” Down To Earth, 15 Mar. 2018, www.downtoearth.org.in/news/water/who-robbed-narmada--59866.

  4. “Sabarmati Basin : Government of India : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming.” Internet Archive, CWC, NRSC, 1 Jan. 2014, archive.org/details/SabarmatiBasin.

  5. “Cabinet Committee Clears Three Hydel Projects in North-East.” India Water Portal, www.indiawaterportal.org/regions/narmada?page=3.

  6. Centre for and the environment development, Guro Andahl. Technocratic Dreams and Troublesome Beneficiaries: The ... Department of Sociology and Human Geography Faculty of Social Sciences University of Oslo, www.researchgate.net/publication/254358013_Technocratic_Dreams_and_Troublesome_Beneficiaries_The_Sardar_Sarovar_Narmada_Project_in_Gujarat.

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