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Ancient methods of Water Harvesting:
Johads- These were small earthern check dams that helped to capture and conserve water. These were very common in Rajasthan.
Boari- these were community well and teh water stored in them was mostly used for drinking purpose.
Jhalaras- man-made tanks.Water Temples or Step WellsKunds- covered underground tanksKuls in Haimachal Pradesh- Thse are channeles that carry water from the glaciers to the villages
Water harvesting for the dry months was done by storing water in Jhalara, Bawari, Talabs, Tanka, Ahar Pynes, Johads, Panam Keni and so many more ways of storing water.
Water was stored in Jhalara, Bawari which were step-wells found in Rajasthan, Talabs which were water reservoirs in the Bundelkhand region, Tankas which were underground pits of water in Rajasthan, Ahar Pynes were reservoirs with embankments in South Bihar, Johads were small dams found in Orissa and Karnataka, Panam Keni are wells found in Karnataka and Kerala.
question: - explain: -
1) primitive subsistence farming
2) intensive subsistence farming
3) commercial farming
1) primitive subsistence farming - farming is done over small area using digging tools , hoe etc.
2) intensive subsistence farming - in various pesticides are used it is done on a bigger area and labours are also .
3) commercial farming- in farming. huge acres of area is used up and i'm farming crops are grown for marketing.
lahore is the city has never served as the capital of pakistan