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    Wat(ev)er

    Save water, whatever it takes....

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    Wat(ev)er

    Directed by GEETIKA- SUDIP 2013
    A Maharajah, a Missionary and a film maker- three different people living in three different zones, which differ in almost every way yet are united by two enigmas – India and water crisis.

    We all know that water exists in three different forms- liquid, ice and vapour. The three different states in India- a monsoon driven Kerala, a snow caped Himalayan Ladakh and the great desert of Rajasthan represent the forms. But the one place that lacks natural water resources, has the most efficient methods of conservation than the ones with plenty.

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    Wat(ev)er

    A Maharajah, a Missionary and a film maker- three different people living in three different zones, which differ in almost every way yet are united by two enigmas – India and water crisis.

    We all know that water exists in three different forms- liquid, ice and vapour. The three different states in India- a monsoon driven Kerala, a snow caped Himalayan Ladakh and the great desert of Rajasthan represent the forms. But the one place that lacks natural water resources, has the most efficient methods of conservation than the ones with plenty.

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