Water is the Driving force of all nature.
-Leonardo Di Vinci
70% of India still lives in nearly 6.5 Lakh Villages. Many of these villages still lack basic amenities including water Sanitation and electricity. Among these are two villages Indratta and Jagasya, Mahoba Dist,Uttar Pradesh, set close to Khajraho, Orchha and Jhansi,historic World heritage sites that have the highest conglomerate of medieval Hindu and Jain Temples, famous for its sculptures. This is story of our effort to provide clean ground water supply to these villages through sustainable means.
Indratta, has nearly 62 houses and Jagasya has 80 houses with nearly population of 1000 in each village.The main occupation in this region is agriculture and livestock. They grow Groundnut, Urd, Moong, Til, Ahar, wheat, Gram, Pea and mustard. An average adult in this region earns Rs 150 a day in which they need to take care of their kids and others in the family. They work in farms for nearly 8 months in a good year, but they have to go out of the village into nearby cities like Jhansi and Delhi to work in construction industry.