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Water access and social inequality in India

July 2015

The Our Water project was a scheme that aimed to supply drinking water more reliably to three areas of Rajasthan in northern India where groundwater was naturally saline

The author of the paper on which this article is based: Kathleen O’Reilly, Texas A&M University, Texas and Richa Dhanju, St Catherine University, Minnesota

Appeared in: Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers: Volume 39, Issue 3

Reference: O’Reilly, K. and Dhanju, R. (2014) Public taps and private connections: the production of caste distinction and common sense in a Rajasthan drinking water supply project, Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 39:3, p373-386


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