India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers

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India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers
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Photo credit: Sonam Wangchuk
In the Nothern India, People store water in pipes from glaciers and streams in the mountains. They freeze water, after some time the sun melted it and it’s a good opportunity for their villagers to irrigating fields from this water. It is a great idea of storing water like this and they can solve the water problems.
Ice cones are called ice stupas due to its specific shape. It can be good for India if they do work like this they can get fifty more ice stupas in Ladakh and they will provide ten millions liters water to their farmers to irrigate their crops. Ladakh is situated in Jammu Kashmir in India. There is no source of water other than winter snowfall in the mountains.
India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers
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Phyang monastery in Ladakh. Photo credit: Stefan Walter/Rolex Awards

India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers
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Prayer flags decorate the ice stupa near Phyang Monastery. Photo credit: Sonam Wangchuk
India Solved Water Difficulties By using Artificial Glaciers
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Photo credit: Sonam Wangchuk

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