Photos & Update: Museum of Indian History

16th March, 2010

Pune: The planting of bougainvilleas for the natural fencing has progressed well (50%). The plants looked healthy and there is a good diversity of colors. A mud road from the existing tar road has been carved to the top of our land, so that small load carriers can carry up water and material. On top, a strong cement platform has been erected on the rocks, which holds two 4000 litres black Sintex water tanks. By an ingenious drip irrigation system using gravity, every single bougainvillea is watered 24 hours with a maximum efficiency and minimum water wastage. We believe that the Neem trees all along the fences, which are stunted in spite of 15 years life, will also benefit from the water and take off.