Consortium Centric Approach To Restoration Project Preserving and improving urban heritage needs an efficient balance between maintaining environmental, social, cultural and sustainability goals. In the effort to protect and preserve heritage, a consortium of social alliances was formed to follow a collaborative approach. Increased impact– Successful partnerships leverage combined resources to reach more people and […]
Inauguration Of Bansilalpet Stepwell After 12 months of working towards a vision of water conservation and sustainability, it gives me immense pleasure to announce that the restoration at Bansilalpet stepwell is complete. The inauguration of the stepwell, interpretation centre and the precinct was carried out on 5th December 2022 by Minister for Municipal Administration and […]
Mapping Of Traditional Water Management Structures In Telangana Telangana as a state is known for its rich heritage and the architectural structures associated with it. The primary ones are the stepwells or more popularly known as baolis. These are water storage tanks which were constructed to be near agglomerations and acted as congregation spaces as […]
Youngsters As Change Makers For A Sustainable Future From providing technical inputs to design based solutions, The Rainwater Project has been successful in involving youngsters from local communities for understanding micro watersheds in the urban context. One such collaboration was hel in the month of October at the KLN Yadav park Sannath Nagar. The details […]
Contextualizing Nature Based Solutions The Rainwater Project has been instrumental in looking at local and nature based solutions for sustainable living. One such project has been at the locality near Kudikunta Lake. For this project, local solutions have been developed for sewage generated in a locality. Agencies had been working towards rejuvenation for 5 long […]
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