Let’s Have A Blue Christmas

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Did you know that the red and white clothes of Santa Claus are not really of his choice. They are the colors of Coca-Cola.

It is popularly believed that in the 1920’s an artist for Coca-Cola drew Santa Claus in the colors red and white and today we all think of Santa as a jolly old man in red and white.

That was then.

Today Santa Claus needs to change his wardrobe to blue and green.

Our planet is heading for a water crisis and soon children would be hanging drawing of filled water bottles and rain under their Christmas trees.

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Did you know that Santa’s home is near the North Pole?

And did you know that the North Pole has a massive ozone hole right above it that is causing the ice there to melt?

Santa’s home and factories are being destroyed and it is because of our selfish lifestyle.

Christmas is a holiday that embodies selflessness, togetherness and feeling of oneness as a species.

This Christmas let’s paint Santa blue. This Christmas let’s all gift ourselves a WATER SECURE future.

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This Christmas let’s have a BLUE CHRISTMAS.

Grain Size Analysis At MDU Rohtak

Presentation on: Grain Size Analysis at MDU Rohtak – by Jyoti sharma at the National workshop on: ‘Water Conservation and Pollution' organised by the National Committee Of International Association Of Hydrogeologists' (INC-IAH) and Manav Rachna Educational Institution.

Based on a research study at MDU, Rohtak by Vidyyut Sharma (3rd yr. geology hons.)and Jyoti Sharma. The presentation highlighted issues related to the chronic water logging problem at Rohtak and the scope for Rain Water Harvesting as a solution to the problem.

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