Therefore, Tamil Nadu is the correct answer, since Tamil Nadu is the first and the only state in India, which has made rooftop rainwater harvesting structures and is compulsory to all the houses across the state.
In which other places is rooftop rainwater harvesting common other than Rajasthan Class 10?
The correct answer is Tamil Nadu.
Which of the following structures are known as tankas *?
Tankas (small tank) are underground tanks, found traditionally in most Bikaner houses. They are built in the main house or in the courtyard. They were circular holes made in the ground, lined with fine polished lime, in which raiwater was collected.
What is the main source of water Mcq?
Notes: Surface water is the major source of water for the industries (41%) followed by groundwater (35%) and municipal water (24%).
In which of the following areas are guts and KULS used to channel water for agriculture?
A state in India where both guls and kuls are used for irrigation is Himachal Pradesh. Guls and Kuls can be made in the Western Himalayas region of India. Guls and Kuls are kinds of diversions which are built for the purpose of water harvesting. Water harvesting is important to make the crops flourish.
Where is rooftop rainwater harvesting most common?
Rooftop rainwater harvesting is the most common practice in Shillong which is the capital city of Meghalaya.
Which state of India leads in rainwater harvesting?
The states, which have taken up rainwater harvesting and groundwater recharge programs on a large scale, are Gujarat (North Gujarat, Saurashtra and Kachchh), Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Chattisgarh.
Which one of the following rain water harvesting technique is Practised in West Bengal?
By making percolation tanks, well, deep pits or trenches in the path of rainwater.
What was regarded as the part of well developed rooftop rainwater harvesting in Rajasthan?
The tankas were part of the well-developed rooftop rainwater harvesting system and were built inside the main house or the courtyard. They were connected to the sloping roofs of the houses through a pipe. Rain falling on the rooftops would travel down the pipe and was stored in these underground ‘tankas’.
Which of the following is not a method of rainwater harvesting used in Rajasthan?
Guls or Kuls are irrigation channels which is usually built in hilly areas such as Himalayas. They are not built in desert areas such as Rajasthan.
What is rainwater harvesting Mcq?
Clarification: Rainwater harvesting is a technique of collection and storage of rainwater into natural reservoirs or tanks. Rainwater can be collected from rivers, roofs and in many places.
Which is the largest water resource project of India covering four states?
The Sardar Sarovar Project is one of the largest water resources project of India covering four major states – Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan.
What is the largest consumer of water?
China. According to statistics, the population of China spends 1370 trillion liters of water a year. That puts it on the list of countries with the largest water consumption in the world.
In which of the following areas GULS and KULS are practiced to conserve water?
The Spiti valley was transformed into an agrarian region by an ingenious system using ‘kuls’ or ‘guls’. Kuls are diversion channels used by the farmers of the Spiti Valley to carry water from the glaciers to the villages for agricultural purposes.
In which part of state of India people build diversion channels like GULS or KULS?
Kuls and guls:
Kuls and Guls are channels built by people in the hilly areas. They are made and used for the purpose of irrigation. These are diversion channels. They are mostly used in the state of Himachal Pradesh.
Which region did people built GULS or KULS for irrigation?
In the hilly and mountainous regions, especially in the western Himalayas people build diversion channels called as Guls and Kuls for agriculture.