मरुभूमि में पानी की रिश्तेदारी (In Hindi)
राजस्थान के तालाब सैकड़ों सालों से सदानीरा है। इन पानीदार परंपराओं की सार-संभाल गांववालों ने की है। अब इन्हें संभालने का जिम्मा युवा और महिलाओं ने लिया है।
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