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Ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems
Willcocks, William Sir
|Statement||by Sir William Willcocks.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 84/3044 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||128 p. :|
|Number of Pages||128|
|LC Control Number||84904427|
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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Willcocks, William, Sir, Ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems. Lectures on the ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems.
Calcutta: University of Calcutta, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: William Willcocks, Sir. He once said that dams are the temples of modern India and claimed that big dams would address India’s hunger and poverty. did not work for the Adivasis and largely ruined their own efforts to secure sustainable William () Ancient System of Irrigation in Bengal and its Application to Modern Problems.
Delhi: B.R. Publishing Company Cited by: 8. Didn’t they, perhaps, educate us – build us modern cities, build us irrigation canals – protect our ancient monuments – etc. etc. And then, there are some who might even say that their record was actually superior to that of independent India’s.
Vidal,A, ―Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems in Irrigation and Drainage – Methodological Guide and Applications‖ ICID Publication, Willcocks, W, ―Lectures on the Ancient System of Irrigation in Bengal, and its application to modern problems‖, published by the University of.
Lectures on the ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems / by William Willcocks Willcocks, William, Sir, [ Book: ] Languages: English;Undetermined, [1 other] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries. Irrigation in India includes a network of major and minor canals from Indian rivers, groundwater well based systems, tanks, and other rainwater harvesting projects for agricultural activities.
Of these groundwater system is the largest. Inonly about % of total agricultural land in India was reliably irrigated, and remaining 2/3rd cultivated land in India is dependent on monsoons. Published by: University Press Ltd. Dhaka. Introduction. History of the rivers in the Gangetic Delta, 2.
Report on rainfall and floods in North Bengal, 3. Lectures on the ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems.
Thus wrote G. Emerson in "Voiceless Millions," in quoting the views of Sir William Willcock in his "Lectures on the Ancient System of Irrigation in Bengal and its Application to Modern Problems" (Calcutta University Readership Lectures, University of Calcutta, ) Modern Medicine and Life Expectancy.
IRRIGATION & ITS IMPORTANCE: Irrigation is defined as “Artificially supplying & systematically dividing of water for early canal irrigation system. Large scale agriculture was used for the purpose of were one of the most complex irrigation systems of the ancient Size: KB.
Lectures on the ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems. Calcutta University, Calcutta Google Scholar Williams GP, Wolman MG () Downstream effect of dams on alluvial : Kumkum Bhattacharyya, Michael J. Wiley. Willcocks, S.W.:Lectures on the Ancient System of Irrigation in Bengal and Its Application to Modern Problems, University of Calcutta.
Google Scholar Williams, C.A.:History of the Rivers in the Ganges Delta –, Bengal Secretariat Press,Reprinted by East Pakistan Inland Water Transport Authority, Cited by: Panchayati Raj Institution In West Bengal - A Critical Analysis.
The village community in ancient India - the Panchayat system- is the pro-type of all form of Self-Government and democracy that have ever been evolved in various parts of the world. as the case may be,] and where there is a canal as defined in the Bengal Irrigation Act.
The main advantage of this method is that it is cheap. But its efficiency is poor because of the uneven distribution of water. Also, the chances of water loss are very high. Some examples of traditional system are pulley system, lever system, chain pump and dhekli.
Among these, the pump system is the most common and used widely. Willcocks, W () Lectures on the ancient system of irrigation in Bengal and its application to modern problems, Calcutta: University of Calcutta.
Google Scholar Wohl, E, Bledsoe, BP, Jacobson, RB() The natural sediment regime in rivers: Broadening the Cited by: 1. ADVERTISEMENTS: Read this article to learn about the major advantages and disadvantages of irrigation.
Advantages of Irrigation: 1. For proper nourishment of crops certain amount of water is required. If rainfall is insufficient there will be deficiency in fulfillment of water requirement.
Irrigation tries to remove this deficiency caused due to inadequate rainfall. Abstract. Irrigation is the artificial application of water to the soil usually for assisting in growing crops. It is critical, yet a vital input of agriculture production process and pivotal to agricultural, social, and economic growth of nation.
Civilizations have been dependent on development of irrigated agriculture to provide agrarian basis of a society and to enhance the security of people. About the Author Prafulla Chandra Ray (2 August June ) was the founder of the Indian school of modern chemistry and a pioneer of chemical industries in India.
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