(a) In hilly and mountainous regions, people built diversion channels like ‘gul’ or ‘kul’ in Western Himalaya for agriculture. (b) Roof-top rain water harvesting was commonly practised to store drinking water particularly in Rajasthan. (c) In West Bengal, people develop inundation channels to irrigate their fields.
What are the different methods of traditional rainwater harvesting?
Traditional Methods of Rainwater Harvesting
|Region||Water Harvesting Structure|
|Rajasthan||Khadins Tanks Nadis|
|Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh||Bhundis|
What are the traditional ways of harvesting rainwater Class 10?
The different methods of rainwater harvesting include:
- Rooftop rainwater harvesting.
- Surface runoff harvesting.
- First, flush.
Which are the different methods of rainwater harvesting practiced in different parts of India?
Three methods of rainwater harvesting followed in different regions of India for:
- Bamboo dripping irrigation system in Meghalaya.
- Storing rainwater in underground ‘tankas’ in Rajasthan.
- Kuls or guls are the water diversion channels built mainly in the Himalayan region for agricultural purposes.
What is traditional harvesting method?
From open community lands, they collected the rain and stored it in artificial wells. They harvested monsoon runoff by capturing water from swollen streams during the monsoon season and stored it various forms of water bodies. They harvested water from flooded rivers.
What are the methods of rainwater harvesting in Rajasthan Class 10?
Traditional Methods of Rain-Water Harvesting in Rajasthan
- Lakes/Talaab. In Rajasthan traditionally, maximum conservation of water is in the form of lakes. …
- Bawari. In Rajasthan, Step wells are locally known as Bawari and jhalara. …
- Naadi & Pokhar. …
- Tanka. …
- Khadeen. …
- Kui. …
- Jhalras. …
- Traditional Roof-Water Harvesting.
Which method is used for rainwater harvesting in the following regions?
Answer: kunds and kundis is the right answer.