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A History under a watery grave

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What is now a huge reservoir for Tehri Dam in Uttarakhand In India, there not so long ago used to be Tehri town at the confluence of Bhagirathi and Bhilangana rivers. A town with hundreds of years of living history was given a watery grave for a mega hydro-electric project despite all hue and cry by activists & environmentalists. This himalayan belt is already a high-seismic activity area. A strong local movement notwithstanding against brute state power driven by strong urge to have development at any cost, Tehri town alongwith more than hundred odd villages was finally submerged in 2005. Today only history remains…

Overlooking Submerged HistoryAn account from Sursingh Dhar

http://swamiupendra.wordpress.com/2013/06/14/overlooking-submerged-history/

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4 thoughts on “A History under a watery grave”

  1. gyanfry says:

    Reblogged this on gefry777.

    1. swamiupendra says:

      Thanks a lot for reblogging my post. Really appreciate that.

  2. Roshan Vyas says:

    Reblogged this on Roshan's Blog ♥.

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