This film focuses on the Gulbarga district of Karnataka, which is draught stricken and where a nomadic tribe called Lambinis live. The film is interspersed with extracts from the poetry of DV. Gundappa, the central theme being the idea that Human Development is all about unleashing human capacity for its sake.
This film focuses on the two extreme problems seen in the Maldah district of West Bengal. First, is the enormous problem of soil erosion of Ganga that leaves hundreds of people homeless. In contrast, in the same district, a tribal belt suffering from lack of water, have returned to traditional methods of cultivation where less water is required. The film focuses on two contrasting issues: people suffering from floods and those suffering due to lack of water.
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