Banks of Human greed
Many Indian cities were established near the rivers. These rivers used to be treated as a godess 'The giver of life' and were subject of much reverance to the extent, temples were built at the banks. In addition rivers fullfilled the watery needs of the city.Now these rivers have become the recipient of garbage and industrial waste generated by city. To add insult to already grave injury now unprecedented construction boom is threatening the very existence of the already thin and polluted river. This is also happening with other traditional water resources like pond, lakes etc situated in or nearby urban areas. The results is worsening flood situation during the monsoon and drinking water scarcity during summers in various cities. These conditions are worsoning every coming year and I suspect, detrimental effects of globle warming will add further to these problems. This is not typical INDIAN condition, but happaning all over the world or had happaned in the past ...This is nothing but human greed which has been perpatuated in the name of development.
One can say it's not a new news...but My point is ..these issues needs to kept alive and this item is an endevere to do that.
I want to stop here and leave the future situation for your imagination and thinking.
Thanks for your attention.
This pic was taken in Indore situated in Central India.The other picture with fruit vender is the picture of other side of same place.