In Indian villages the women and young girls are responsible for fetching water from a distance. Sometimes they walk for more than a kilometre and probably once to twice on a daily basis. Carrying a huge vessel of water is stressful as well as the purity of water is remains unchecked. In the event, the vessel is dropped they need to redo the whole process. Tanveer A. Inamdar, a striving social entrepreneur, researcher and innovator has found a solution to this challenge faced by women and girls to have access to the basic necessity of water, with the help of his innovation NeerChakra. Watch the video to get to know more!