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Contact Admin. Last year in August as we waited for the taxi in Stingri, we heard a screeching loudspeaker not very far from where we stood. We asked Tashi, the dhaba owner if he knew what the noise was all about, and of course he did.
The echoing bhajans religious songs were from the pandaal makeshift shrine set up at the BRO station in Stingri. The employees of BRO from Maharashtra were the organisers and like every year, locals were invited over for lunch. As we reached the venue, the women from Stingri had just finished eating.
They were easily up for some post lunch chit chatting as they got themselves comfortable on the neatly aligned chairs and pulled out their knitting bags. A mobile phone and a knitting bag are two essentials. Lahauli women and knitting deserves a special post.
Water is in many ways central to Lahaula religious and cultural tradition as well, and like other Western and Trans Himalayan mountain communities, its usage goes beyond personal hygiene i. In rituals related to birth, death and everyday sustenance, water is central. But how as a community are we negotiating our relationship with water when perceptions of the role are in themselves changing?
Our government does acknowledge rather superficially the religious and socio cultural value of water but seems unwilling to compromise at the cost of economics. What implications will unsustainable water policies of future have on our everyday connections with water?