Be a Water Warrior
Water covers two-thirds of the surface of the earth and comprises 75 percent of the human body. And yet, the future of the world’s most basic resource is changing in unprecedented ways. And by 2050, when the world’s population is expected to peak at about 9.4 billion people, it is conceivable that water could become one of the scarcest and most valuable commodities in the world. The cultural heritage of India, owes a lot to the numerous rivers that forms the vein of the country. Rivers and Lakes are the cradles of civilization, carve the beautiful history of Mystic India.
Lakes are ecologically precious water bodies. Conservation and development of these invaluable, traditional water bodies is of paramount importance. Due to rapid urbanization and industrialization, majority of these lakes have now come either under encroachment or have lost their original characteristics. Restoration of these lakes is not only urgent need but also a challenging task. Anarghyaa Foundation have adopted the lake, under the Government of Karnataka initiative - "Jalamrutha". With the support of Corporates, Individuals, Volunteers, we are intended in protection, conservation and sustainable management of Nellukunte Lake of Marasandra Village Bangalore.