#World Water Day 2021: Today is World Water Day. Here is a look at 10 important facts, which will see us thinking and working to waste water or waste any important resources next time.

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#World Water Day 2021
#World Water Day 2021
#World Water Day 2021
#World Water Day 2021

World Water Day 2021

World Water Day 2021 will be celebrated all over the world on March 22, Monday.

World Water Day 2019 Special

Like every year, this year also, on the 22nd of March, the World Water Day will be organized across the country. The day being celebrated all over the world since 1933 is also celebrated with great enthusiasm in today’s time. Preparations have been made for the World Water Day across the country.
Under this, water conservation programme was organized under the aegis of Dindayal Research Institute Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, New Delhi at Jaisalmer in Rajasthan.
The programme highlighted the ancient techniques based on water culture by Dr. Bhuvnesh Jain. At the same time, the programme also discussed the good effects of water conservation as to why it is necessary and what is the importance of them.
Similarly, on the occasion of World Water Day, various programmes were also organized on the occasion of World Water Day at Raigad in Chhattisgarh.
In the meantime, the villagers performed yagya at Gayatri Mahakund, taking a pledge to stop exploitation of nature and conserve water. The villagers agreed that natural like trees and water

We should have reverence for resources.

History of World Water Day

World Water Day is celebrated on 22nd March every year by people from all over the world. In the year 1993, it was decided by the General Assembly of the United Nations to celebrate this day as an annual programme.
The campaign was announced to commemorate 22nd March as World Water Day every year to raise awareness about the importance, need and conservation of water among the people.
It was first officially added to Schedule 21 of the “United Nations Conference on Environment and Development” in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1992 and began celebrating the festival from 1993 to encourage them to receive assistance in water conservation by preventing the misuse of their taps for the whole day.

Why World Water Day is celebrated

The campaign is observed by the United Nations, including the Member States, to implement the UN recommendation as well as to promote the actual activities of global water conservation.
The campaign is specially promoted by a unit of the UN agency every year, which includes encouraging people to hear and explain water issues as well as adjusting international activities for World Water Day. From the beginning of the programme, un water is responsible for the choice of theme for spreading global message on World Water Day as well as celebrating World Water Day.
Various NGOs and NGOs are also involved in the promotion of clean water conservation to attract people’s attention to all complex water issues, including UN member states and agencies. While celebrating this programme, all water related issues are highlighted to the public like how clean water is getting away from the reach of the people, etc.

How World Water Day is celebrated

World Water Day is observed all over the world to increase people’s awareness about the importance of water in different walks of life including environment, health, agriculture and trade.
It is celebrated by events of various types of programmes and activities such as visual arts, water and musical festivals, local ponds, lakes, river and reservoir walks, local, national and international discussions over water management and safety, spreading messages through TV and radio channels or the Internet, teaching programmes based on the importance of clean water and conservation measures. , competition and a lot of activities. The shape of a drop of blue water is the main sign of the World Water Day festival.

Theme of World Water Day

The theme of the 1993 World Water Day celebration was “Water for the city”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of 1994 was “Taking care of our water resources is the task of every one”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of the year 1995 was “Women and Water”.
The theme of the 1996 World Water Day celebration was “Water for a thirsty city”.
The theme of the 1997 World Water Day celebration was “Water of the World: What Is Enough”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of 1998 was “Ground Water – Invisible Resources”.
The theme of the 1999 World Water Day celebration was “Everyone is living towards fluency”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of the year 2000 was “Water for the 21st Century”.
The theme of the 2001 World Water Day celebration was “Water for Health”.
The theme of the 2002 World Water Day celebration was “Water for Development”.
The theme of the 2003 World Water Day celebration was “Water for the Future”.
The theme of the 2004 World Water Day celebration was “Water and Disaster”.
The theme of the 2005 World Water Day celebration was “Water for Life 2005-2015”.
The theme of the 2006 World Water Day celebration was “Water and Culture”.
The theme of the 2007 World Water Day celebration was “Munder with water rarity”
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of the year 2008 was “Swachhta”.
The theme of the 2009 World Water Day celebration was “Across the Water”.
The theme of the 2010 World Water Day celebration was “Clean Water for a Healthy World”.
The theme of the 2011 World Water Day celebration was “Water for the City: Response to urban challenge”.
The theme of the 2012 World Water Day celebration was “Water and Food Security”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of the year 2013 was “Water Cooperation”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of the year 2014 was “Water and Energy”.
The theme of the World Water Day celebration of the year 2015 was “Water and Long Term Development”.
Theme for 2016 World Water Day Celebration was “Water and Jobs”
The theme for the World Water Day celebration of the year 2017 was “Wastewater”.
The theme for the World Water Day celebration of the year 2018 was “Solutions based on nature for water”.
The theme for the World Water Day celebration of the year 2019 was “Don’t Leave Anyone Behind” (Lyng No One Behanid).’
The theme for the World Water Day celebration of the year 2020 was “Water and Climate Change”.
The theme for the World Water Day celebration of the year 2021 is “Valuing Water”.

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