To those familiar with the agricultural land in Punjab, the sight would not be uncommon.
The agricultural land that is beautifully green in the peak season before harvest…
But there are times when from the moment crops are harvested up to the point the new crops start sprouting from seeds, the land mimics the desert look, as a movie called it, the sea of dry water.
Its the beauty of the weather there, that the sea of dry water exists while there is a canal not even 15 feet away.
So the small water channels that during harvest season serve the purpose of delivering water to crops, during the off-season, they become known as ‘sand rivers’ issuing from the sea of dry water.