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The author was motivated to write a book on Water when he was experimenting on water treatment chemicals he was surprised to learn of corosive nature of water which entailed thick bodied pipelines for water supplies, so that life of water pipe is fairly long. His experiments on reducing corosive nature of water by adding certain chemicals in small quantity, as little as a few ppm, Showed reduced corrosivity many folds. His intensive reasearch bacame his passion and ultimatly his business, putting on sound footings and handing over to his sons. He devoted his spare time in exploring various aspects of water, which is elixir of life. He put down it all down in Bookl form as 'Fluide Thoughts.'

Exploring all about water from early civilisation as one of the elements which made this Universe and water is one of them.Pluto has described four elemnts by giving it shapes like Air, Fire and Earth is simple cubic form but Water is complex. Shape like multifaceted diamond. Since the water chemistry has been studied in various countries and different eras so it is not reviewed. So also in literature regarding water pollution and practice of bygone years is also talked about.Water is revered and woeshiped. Use of water in all religious players inculcate respect Dann (giving) of water to the thirsty, attains heavenly blessings.

Scientists are describing how water molucule held togather by Oxygen and Hydrogen, It also talks about water as magic on earth and its effect on human body and mind. Cool water can give tired mind a rejuvination and clarity and how water has inspire many creative minds. Water is dynamic and always changing form has inspire poets by clouds and rains and depict a rising wave in ocean. Water has depicted in movies, song and dance and inspired musicians. Settlements arount water, art of water management, by way of pond, step wells, caves and water storage systems throws open good deal to learn on water conservation. Thre is write up on ecosystem, wtaer conservation and industrial use of water. Some info on water in this world 2.8% is sweet water that can be consumed by all humans, animals and plants. Another info on water is only small fraction of sweet water is on surface rest is in the form of ice as glaciers. Hence conserving water is of paramount importance. 70% of water is used for Agriculture, 20% by Industry and only 10% is for life support consumption. Book has lot more to read.

Authors suggests that at national level being an agro economy we need to develop adequate resourses for sweet water and develop proper irrigation system by way of canals and joining various rivers and reduce flow of water into sea.

Younger generation to rever water like our ancestors and learn to save water , conserve water, prevent polution and save our water bodies including forest and adopt enviernmentally friendly life style.


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