"NE India Water Talks" is an archival platform of water stories from Northeast India. It also acts as a workspace for the people working on water for the region.
Bashistha and Bahini-Bharalu are two significant river basins of southern bank of the river Brahmaputra which constitute a part of Kamrup and Kamrup Metro districts of Assam and Ri Bhoi district of Meghalaya. The length of Bashistha River is 33.12km, while the length of Bahini-Bharalu River is 30.02 km.
"The untold and precious treasure of the small village, Choklangan will slowly lose its important and its uniqueness". Choklangan borders Myanmar. It's in the Noklak district. Mr. Pachim Chu from Noklak , Nagaland documented the oral story by expressing "It pains me as I jot lines about the living river".
KURANTANGDZU is one among many streams found under MIMI jurisdiction, located along the international border with Myanmar under Pungro Subdivision in Kiphire District of Nagaland. Longso Yimkhuing; from Mimi Village, narrates about the stream through this field story.
Yinayak Kumar Singh, a student in the eighth grade at Don Bosco Higher Secondary School in Dibrugarh, has articulated his viewpoint on the Disang River (Assam) through his participation in the online essay competition, which was curated by Parthana Arandhara (Water Fellow-NEWT 2020)
Himanshi Rajkhowa, a student in class IX at Christ Jyoti School in Nagaon, wrote an essay about pollution and how it affects the Disang River located in Sivasagar, Assam. She did this by taking part in an online essay contest that Parthana Arandhara (Water Fellow-NEWT 2020) organized.
An essay written by Unmilan Kalita, who is studying B.A. in Political Science at Ramjas College, University of Delhi, about pollution and how it affects the Disang River in Assam. Parthana Arandhara (Water Fellow-NEWT 2020) organized the online contest, and this was the best entry.