Caring for Nature: Rao Jodha and the curse of the hermit (An amazing tale that teaches you about conserving water through traditional wisdom)
In the dry, rocky, hilly land of Marwar, when an angry sadhu puts a curse on rains, the worried King Rao Jodha summons an old gajdhar, a water expert. He and his young assistant Birju start locating suitable places for building water tanks. Even if water is stored and saved, how will it be moved uphill to the King’s new palace? Find out with Birju and Gajdhar.
Caring for Nature is a series of four titles, where each book revolves around a historical figure that inspired us to appreciate, nurture, and protect the natural world.
Other titles in the series:
Bapu and the Missing Blue Pencil
King Ashoka and the Garden of Herbs
Tagore and the Song of the Crazy Wind