Water harvesting, conservation and irrigation in Mewar, (AD 800-1700)

Bhadani, BL

₹ 775.00

This is an in-depth study of the methods of water harvesting and conservation systems in medieval Mewar (800-1700). What use was made of collected and conserved water is extensively examined in the light of extant structures (dams, wells, step wells and tanks) supplemented by contemporary documents, historical epics, inscriptions, letters, revenue records and so on.

ISBN 13: 9788173049651

ISBN 10: 8173049653

Year: 2012

Pages etc.: 260p., (76)figs., abb., app., bib., ind., 23cm.

Binding: Hardbound

Subject(s): History

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