Marlboro Institute professor of anthropology, religion and transnational studies Tulasi Srinivas writes an opinion piece on Bangalore’s water crisis, reflecting on water’s significance to Hinduism and the damage of climate change and urbanization to “The Silicon Valley of Asia.”
The story of Bangalore’s galloping water scarcity and the mismanagement of its water resources, raises the question of whether we can nurture nature. Have we so polluted these natural resources that they can no longer recover? Can we come to grips with the intersecting and multiplying problems of climate change? Is it possible to increase the capacities of religion, spirituality, and ethics to meet these challenges?
Read The Revealer piece .