Water is becoming scarce.
Water might even become extinct.
We recently saw that an Indian metropolitan city, Chennai, actually ran out of water. Google it if you do not believe me.
It is also predicted that densely populated cities such as Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai are also facing acute shortage of water and may run out of potable water in few years.
I therefore, write this photoblog to showcase some beautiful water bodies that I clicked through my lens and encourage each one of us to save, conserve and preserve water in whatever way possible.
I urge my readers to not to pollute rivers for any religious or non-religious reasons.
Do not follow the herd instead create an example by your actions.
The best way to pay respect to god is by preserving its creations.
Water bodies are the reflection of our soul.
Sit in the laps of nature in these beautifully preserved lakes in cities.
Just remember to no to throw garbage in these water bodies and clean up before you leave.
Beaches are sacred.
Sea is the source of life on earth.
Keep them clean.
Just remember, there is no substitute for water.
None at all.
Save water like you save money.
Clean water, clean air, clean environment are the greatest wealth that we can leave for our children.
We are dependent on water, water is not dependent on us.
Think about it.
Water is the source of life.
Life is the source of joy.
Life allows you to be with your loved ones and experience this beautiful earth.
Life is water.
Water is life.
A sarovar (pool of fresh water) is maintained at every Gurudwara (a place where Sikh assemble to worship Guru Granth Sahib).
Traditionally, sarovars located at gurdwaras are built for practical purposes including fresh water supply for cooking and bathing.
In current times the sarovars are used primarily by pilgrims for washing feet or for performing spiritual ablution known as isnaan.
The sacred waters of some sarovars are considered to have curative properties because of the continual prayers of Sikh scripture recited in the vicinity.
Water captures the energy around it.
Look for snow flakes experiments online.
Rain is nature's way to preserve water and thus preserve life.
Imagine life without rain.
Thank you for reading and understanding.