Groundwater conditions in the multi-aquifer system in the Krishna River Delta, India, were studied through an integrated approach using hydrochemical, hydrogeological and isotopic techniques. This study

India has good average annual precipitation, but its poor distribution in space and time has led to the scarcity of groundwater in many areas. Artificial recharge to groundwater requires a composite procedure along with detailed morphometric and hydrogeological studies of the area. In Maharashtra State, a

Gaumukh is the snout of the Gangotri glacier located at an altitude of 4000 m in the Himalayas from where the snow and glacier-fed Bhagirathi River emerges.