Analysis of ground water in Bundelkhand region of Madhya Pradesh and U.P.
Dr. Ashok Babu
Ground Water is the largest source of fresh water to mankind. Ground water in hidden source of water. Water levels varies for place to place. The depth at which saturated water is available is called water table. Ground water is recharged from the surface. The surface of Bundelkhand region is very hard in the form of fractures of rocks. Ground water is very useafulle for municipal corporations which supplies domestic water for drinking. It is also used in industrial and agricultural purposes. On account of deep and rocky types of layers of soil the problem of water supplies is very difficult in Bundelkhand region of M.P. and U.P In this article the analysis of ground water in Bundelkhan region is discussed. This problem is from centuries. On account of low drinking water females hawe to work hand for domestic water till to day. Bundelkhand region receives water from a number of perennial rivers most of which originate in Madya Pradesh and outfall ni to the Yamuna flows from west to east, its first order tributaries viz, Betwa, Ken, Pahuj, Baghain, Pasunj and Gunta flow from. South to north. Second order tributaries of the Yamuna system namely. Dhadan, Jamni, Bearma, Sonar, Patna, Bewas, Kopra etc. also drain the area. The entire drainage forms a part of Ganga basin.