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Rooftop harvesting was common across the towns and villages of the Thar. Rainwater that falls on the sloping roofs of houses is taken through a pipe into an underground tanka (circular holes in the ground).It is built in the main house or in the courtyard. Water can be taken from a neighbour's roof through a long pipe. A hole is made through which rainwater flows down into an underground tanka.

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