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Tips for drilling bore well

Need to check if anybody in your area got success to get water by drilling bore. Geologists only give 70% assurance...
         1. Search for bores which are successful in giving water. Calculate distance from that bore to your land
         2. Take geologist suggestion(4 points/places he will show).
      3. Try to drill bore in a point(geologist) which is parallel to successful bore in your area. Remember 98% of rivers flow to the east.
        4.  Selection of point by above considerations matters.

Disadvantages of drilling bore well

Why bore wells will bring drought? It's one way...we sucking underwater using bore wells...but not conserving water...Take an example of a pond or open wells, We take water and conserve water(rains)...taking & giving was happening but with bore only taking no giving…

If all people are only interested to take water without giving... Soon what will happen..?
Protect ponds, counter trenches, and conserve rain water.Our ancestors don't know about bore wells…

Great kings dug so many lakes, ponds...every popular old temple have a pond in front of the entrance.Kings appointed the local villagers to maintain those ponds, British took over them and maintenance of them stopped a large of a network of these existed even in cities. Culverts connecting upstream with downstream lakes, ponds take any old maps and you can see this.



Underground water is like a cool drink bottle...we are all interested in keeping straws(bore wells) in it and sucking them...sadly no one interested to fill it again.In ancient times so many kings constructed many ponds, lakes for irrigation...ex: In Hyderabad...Hussain Sagar, Osman Sagar, Himayat Sagar, Durgam cheruvu...these are all good live examples of water harvesting. Open well is the best sustainable water source discovered by our ancestors, that will provide groundwater recharge as well.



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