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  • India is the 7th largest country in the world, the largest democracy and one of the oldest civilizations.  It has a population of nearly 1.2 billion people.
  • Chess was invented in India.
  • The value of "pi" used in mathematics was first calculated by the Indian mathematician Budhayana in the 6th century.  
  • India originated yoga 5,000 years ago.
  • Over a thousand elephants were used during the construction of the Taj Mahal.
  • India is home to about 200 million cows and 1200 species of birds.
  • Algebra, trigonometry, and calculus originated in India.   
  • The national game of India is hockey. 

Got Agua Communities - India


“When every drop of water matters, the fight for it is ultimately a fight for survival.”  Many communities require large trucks to deliver water as it is their only source of clean water.
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In July 2013, 26% of the water samples tested from Mumbai - India’s financial capital - were contaminated and unsafe to drink.
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More than one-third of India’s groundwater is undrinkable.
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In India Got Agua? is working with religious leaders, local government units, and the business and entertainment communities to partner with local communities to develop local solutions to their local water needs.  Water. Life. Love.

Got Agua? has also embarked on an exciting new relationship wih Birthright NGO to identify and serve rural areas in need of clean drinking water and sanitation.  Birthright NGO is an innovative charity that promotes the local manufacture of scented candles (the Cutting Chai Candles) and the installation of solar power.  Birthright NGO has made the chai glass a symbol of hope for rural India.
For more information about Birthright NGO and to order Cutting Chai Candles, please follow Birthright NGO of Facebook

Our Communities

Karjat

Working with renowned spiritual leader Dadashreeji, Got Agua? is contributing to a water piping system that when fully completed will deliver waer to approximately 7,500 people in small villages near Karjat, India.

Get Involved Now!

There is hope.  We know how to bring people clean water and improved sanitation.  Proven solutions to the water crisis currently exist and are simple and cost-effective.  Increased global awareness, proper funding, local community participation can make universal safe drinking water a reality.  Support Got Agua? today.