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  • Thar: Indias Heaviest Populated Desert | Deserts And Life | TRACKS

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    Deserts are on the move with the shifting winds and changing climate.
    They are the most haunting of all the Earth’s landscapes. Sometimes we think of them as vast empty spaces that dwarf and test our human spirit. But that view is wrong in so many ways.
    Deserts are full of colour and contrast. There are mountains and lagoons among the dunes and plains. They often teem with life and are rich in resources. Their peoples have remarkable qualities of ingenuity and endurance, wisdom and humour – their festivals and gatherings full of colour and energy.

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  • Thar : The Great Indian Desert

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    The Thar Desert lies in the north-western part of India. It forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan.

    In India, it extends from Gujarat in the west to Punjab and Haryana in the north. However, a major part of this desert lies in Rajasthan.
    The Thar Desert experiences very hot summers. The days are very hot but the nights are cooler. In winter, the days are warm but the nights are very cold. The Thar Desert receives very little rainfall. As a result it remains almost dry. However, in recent times, due to environmental changes, some regions in Rajasthan experience floods during monsoon.

    The Thar Desert is covered by shifting sand dunes. It is a small hill formed by the wind blowing over sand in the desert. The desert also has oases. The soil around an oasis is fertile, and date palms and other plants grow around it. Besides date palms, many bushes and shrubs like khejri, keekar, cactus, and babool grow in the Thar Desert.

    The Thar Desert attracts many tourists. Places like Jaipur, Udaipur, and Jodhpur are well-known for their forts. Many types of birds and animals are found in the Thar Desert.There are many national parks in Rajasthan which are home to animals such as blackbuck, nilgai, chinkara, Indian wild ass, and camel. A national park is an area marked by the government to keep these animals safe. Sariska, Ranthambore, and Keoladeo are some of the important national parks in Rajasthan.

    If you ever get a chance to visit the Thar Desert, do enjoy camel rides, the forts, and the rich wildlife.


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  • District With 70% Hindu Population In Pakistan | Mithi City | Tharparkar Sindh | Thar Desert

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    70% Hindus live in Mithi district. Mithi is the most developed city of Tharparkar. Hindus and Muslims live here with great love. If you come to visit Tharparkar, you must visit Mithi city. Mithi is 320 km away from Karachi. In the next video I will show you the ancient temple of Mithi city.


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  • Life in THAR DESERT S03 EP. 07 | NagarParkar | Mithi | Naukot Fort | Pakistan Motorcycle Tour

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  • क्या आप जानते है इस रेगिस्तान के बारें में | The Greatest Indian Desert

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    क्या आप जानते है इस रेगिस्तान के बारें में | The Greatest Indian Desert

    he Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that covers an area of 200,000 km2 (77,000 sq mi) and forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the world's 18th largest desert, and the world's 9th largest subtropical desert.

    About 85% of the Thar Desert is located within India, with the remaining 15% in Pakistan.[1] In India, it covers about 170,000 km2 (66,000 sq mi), and the remaining 30,000 km2 (12,000 sq mi) of the desert is within Pakistan.The Thar desert forms approximately 10% of the total geographic area of India. More than 60% of the desert lies in the state of Rajasthan, and extends into Gujarat, Punjab, and Haryana.[2] The desert comprises a very dry part, the Marusthali region in the west, and a semidesert region in the east with fewer sand dunes and slightly more precipitation


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  • DESI STYLE Cooking Bikaneri LAAL MAAS + Bhuna MURGH + HERITAGE LIQUOR tasting l Darbari Lake,Bikaner

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  • The Thar Desert - Deserts and Life Documentary 2016

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    The Thar Desert - Deserts and Life Documentary 2016
    The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the world's 17th largest desert, and the world's 9th largest subtropical desert. About 85% of the Thar Desert is in India, and the remaining part in Pakistan. In India, it covers about 320,000 km2 (120,000 sq mi), of which 60% is in Rajasthan and extends into Gujarat, Punjab, and Haryana. This desert comprises a very dry part, the Marusthali region in the west, and a semidesert region in the east with less sand dunes and slightly more precipitation.
    About Documentary: deserts and life: the thar desert
    the thar-or great indian-desert is the most densely populated desert in the world and has been
    inhabited for thousands of years. huge windblown seas of sand dominate the desert with some dunes
    reaching close to 500 feet in height. extreme temperature shifts, from near freezing to more than
    120 degrees, make life difficult for all who call the thar home. the thar desert is situated partly
    in india and partly in pakistan. in india the thar desert extends from the sutlej river in the north
    & northeast, surrounded by the aravalli range on the southeast, on the south by the salt marsh known
    as the rann of kutch (parts of which are sometimes included in the thar), and on the west by the
    indus river plains.

  • The Thar Desert - Deserts and Life Documentary

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    The Thar Desert - Deserts and Life Documentary
    The Thar Desert - Deserts and Life Documentary 2020
    The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian/pakistan Desert, is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the subcontinent that forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the world's 17th largest desert, and the world's 9th largest subtropical desert. About 85% of the Thar Desert is in India, and the remaining part in Pakistan. In India, it covers about 320,000 km2 (120,000 sq mi), This desert comprises a very dry part, the Marusthali region in the west, and a semidesert region in the east with less sand dunes and slightly more precipitation.
    About Documentary: deserts and life: the thar desert
    the thar-or great indian/pakistan desert is the most densely populated desert in the world and has been
    inhabited for thousands of years. huge windblown seas of sand dominate the desert with some dunes
    reaching close to 500 feet in height. extreme temperature shifts, from near freezing to more than
    120 degrees, make life difficult for all who call the thar home. the thar desert is situated partly
    in india and partly in pakistan. in india the thar desert extends from the sutlej river in the north
    & northeast, surrounded by the aravalli range on the southeast, on the south by the salt marsh known
    as the rann of kutch (parts of which are sometimes included in the thar), and on the west by the
    indus river plains.

  • Living most miserable life | Thar Desert | Intervention and Impact

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    Living most miserable life | Thar Desert | Intervention and Impact
    A project by Peacetrain (Yusuf Islam Foundation)
    Water scarcity is a daunting challenge for the people of Thar. The largest desert of Pakistan is located in the south-east. It’s population is nearly 1.6 million, with the lowest Human Development Index(HDI) in Sindh province. Similarly, they face not only water scarcity but also food shortage, energy crisis, agricultural backwardness and inadequate infrastructure as well. Unfortunately, they are in the midst of all evils, crises and issues. They travel 4-5 km for the sake of gaining water from underground and wells for drinking and domestic purposes. It is an alarming stage. Water is an essential element for the survival for living organisms, for the agriculture purpose and also for the production of electricity. Consequently, the government is paying no attention to this unbridled growth of this crisis.

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  • Thar desert - Hub of famous camel safaris!

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    Desert safaris on camels have become increasingly popular around Jaisalmer. Domestic and international tourists frequent the desert seeking adventure on camels for anything from a day to several days. This ecotourism industry ranges from cheaper backpacker treks to plush Arabian night style campsites replete with banquets and cultural performances. During the treks tourists are able to view the fragile and beautiful ecosystem of the Thar desert. This form of tourism provides income to many operators and camel owners in Jaisalmer as well as employment for many camel trekers in the desert villages nearby.

    Thar Desert provides the recreational value in terms of desert festivals organized every year. Rajasthan desert festivals are celebrated with great zest and zeal. This festival is held once a year during winters. Dressed in brilliantly hued costumes, the people of the desert dance and sing haunting ballads of valor, romance and tragedy. The fair has snake charmers, puppeteers, acrobats and folk performers. Camels, of course, play a stellar role in this festival, where the rich and colorful folk culture of Rajasthan can be seen.

    Camels are an integral part of the desert life and the camel events during the Desert Festival confirm this fact. Special efforts go into dressing the animal for entering the spectacular competition of the best-dressed camel. Other interesting competitions on the fringes are the moustache and turban tying competitions, which not only demonstrate a glorious tradition but also inspire its preservation. Both the turban and the moustache have been centuries old symbols of honor in Rajasthan. Evenings are meant for the main shows of music and dance. Continuing till late into the night, the number of spectators swells up each night and the grand finale, on the full moon night, takes place by silvery sand dunes.

    The Thar Desert also known as the Great Indian Desert is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent and forms a natural boundary running along the border between India and Pakistan. With an area of more than 200,000 km2 (77,000 sq mi), it is the world's 18th largest subtropical desert. Thar Desert extends from the Sutlej River, surrounded by the Aravalli Ranges on the east, on the south by the salt marsh known as the Great Rann of Kutch (parts of which are sometimes included in the Thar), and on the west by the Indus River. Its boundary to the large thorny steppe to the north is ill-defined. It lies mostly in the Indian State of Rajasthan, and extends into the southern portion of Haryana and Punjab states and into northern Gujarat state.

    In Pakistan, the desert covers eastern Sindh Province and the southeastern portion of Punjab Province, where it joins the Cholistan Desert near Bahawalpur. The Tharparkar District is one of the major parts of the desert area. Tharparkar consists of two words: Thar means 'desert' while Parkar stands for 'the other side'. The Thar Desert slopes imperceptibly towards the Indus Plain and surface unevenness is mainly due to sand dunes. The dunes in the south are higher, rising sometimes to 152 m whereas in the north they are lower and rise to 16 m above the ground level.The Aravalli forms the main landmark to the south-east of Thar Desert. The soils of the Arid Zone are generally sandy to sandy-loam in texture. The consistency and depth vary according to the topographical features. The low-lying loams are heavier and may have a hard pan. Some of these soils contain a high percentage of soluble salts in the lower horizons, turning water in the wells poisonous.

    Stretches of sand in the desert are interspersed by hillocks and sandy and gravel plains. Due to the diversified habitat and ecosystem, the vegetation, human culture and animal life in this arid region is very rich in contrast to the other deserts of the world. The Thar is one of most heavily populated desert areas in the world and the main occupations of people living here are agriculture and animal husbandry.

    Source: Wikipedia

    This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.

  • Whispering Sands. Life In Thar , Sindh Promo By Aziz Sanghur.mov.flv

    1:09

    Tharparkar District is one of twenty three districts of Sindh Province in Pakistan. It is headquarters is at Mithi. It has the lowest Human Development Index of all districts in Sindh.
    Many nomadic Sindhi tribes inhabit the region. It is divided into 4 Talukas including Chachro, Diplo, Mithi and Nagarparkar. The desert areas of Tharparkar district, generally known as Thar. The total area of the Desert is 22,000 square kilometers and the population of Thar is estimated around 1.million.

    There are several communities in Muslims as well as in Hindu castes. In Muslims, more than 90 per cents castes belongs to Smat clans. Whereas in Hindus, there are major portions of lower castes such as Menghwars, Koli, Bheel, and uper Hindu castes there are Lohanas and Bania (both trading communities) whereas Takirs are the land lords of the area.
    Nagarparkar is a tehsil of district Tharparkar that borders Indian Rajsthan and Gujarat from three sides. The area is a historical embodiment of Jainism and Hindu Mythologies of thousands years and have beyond twenty archeological sites of Jain temples and pilgrimages as well as some thousands years old Hindu temples and pilgrimages.
    The beauty of Nangarparkar is due to its pin granite Karronjhar hills and rich flora and fauna. Various environmentalists have been demanding the national park status for the Nangarparkar
    Shawls (silk, wool, cotton, etc), goat and camel hair skin rugs, hand knotted carpet, embroidery of all kinds, blankets from sheep wool, and rulies are the main artisanal skills available in Thar. No scientific study on the handicraft of Thar has been done to date so far.
    Thar Coal is one of the 7th largest coal reserves in the world which can possibly enable us to produce enough electricity to power the entire country of Pakistan.
    The reserves are so massive that it dwarfs the oil reserves of 375 billion barrels housed within Saudia Arab & Iran put together. An estimated over 175 billion tons of proven reserves of good quality coal is spread over 9,000 square kilometers of the Thar Desert. Compare it with the figures of India's total coal deposits of 140 billion tons.
    Spread over an area of 64 square kilometres, this is one of the eight coal blocks in Thar deposit. Another four blocks have been allocated to private companies from Australia, UAE, UK and a Pakistan firm Engro, which is in an advanced stage of arranging financing for the coal development, gasification and establishment of power plants. About four other blocks have yet to be allocated for development.
    Thar Coal exploitation can spearhead major economic development and employment generation activities. With over 200,000 jobs flowing from it over the years, the project could rank right at the top among all investments made in Pakistan—domestic or foreign.
    According to the Wildlife Department, there are 20,000 to 30,000 peacocks in Tharparkar district. It is not only the peacocks which will disappear after the completion of the Thar Coal Project but the place too, is facing bareness due to the depletion of trees, herbs and other wildlife. The area is frequented by green and blue species.

    Thari people have a lot of reservations over the coal project, they acknowledge that the country is under severe electricity and energy crisis and Sindh is ready to cater the needs but ask as to who will guarantee the protection of the rights of the local people. The community is of the view that it should be the first beneficiary of any coal project. Written By Aziz Sanghur

  • Why Lord Ram Created Thar Desert in Rajasthan?

    3:39

    The Great Indian Thar Desert is the 17th largest land in the subtropical desert and also one of the most populated. About 40% of the total population of Rajasthan lives in the Thar desert. The Thar desert stretches between the Aravalli hills in the northeast, the Great Rann of Kutch along the coast and the floodplains of the Indus River in the west and northwest. It is believed that the Thar desert is the most civilized desert in the world.

    Thousands of years ago, the Saraswati River would cross the Thar Desert en route to the Indian Ocean. However, some studies suggest that rising dry climatic conditions in the Thar have drowned the river. Well, according to the Ramayana, Lord Rama, during his exile in the forest, created the Thar desert. In his search for his wife Sita, Lord Rama had to cross the ocean from today’s Rameshwaramto reach Lanka. He prayed to the ocean deity for a few days so that the ocean water could subside and give way to Lord Rama and his army to march to Lanka.

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  • View the fragile and beautiful ecosystem of Thar desert riding on Camels back

    1:11

    Desert safaris on camels have become increasingly popular around Jaisalmer. Domestic and international tourists frequent the desert seeking adventure on camels for anything from a day to several days. This ecotourism industry ranges from cheaper backpacker treks to plush Arabian night style campsites replete with banquets and cultural performances. During the treks tourists are able to view the fragile and beautiful ecosystem of the Thar desert. This form of tourism provides income to many operators and camel owners in Jaisalmer as well as employment for many camel trekers in the desert villages nearby.

    Thar Desert provides the recreational value in terms of desert festivals organized every year. Rajasthan desert festivals are celebrated with great zest and zeal. This festival is held once a year during winters. Dressed in brilliantly hued costumes, the people of the desert dance and sing haunting ballads of valor, romance and tragedy. The fair has snake charmers, puppeteers, acrobats and folk performers. Camels, of course, play a stellar role in this festival, where the rich and colorful folk culture of Rajasthan can be seen.

    Camels are an integral part of the desert life and the camel events during the Desert Festival confirm this fact. Special efforts go into dressing the animal for entering the spectacular competition of the best-dressed camel. Other interesting competitions on the fringes are the moustache and turban tying competitions, which not only demonstrate a glorious tradition but also inspire its preservation. Both the turban and the moustache have been centuries old symbols of honor in Rajasthan. Evenings are meant for the main shows of music and dance. Continuing till late into the night, the number of spectators swells up each night and the grand finale, on the full moon night, takes place by silvery sand dunes.

    The Thar Desert also known as the Great Indian Desert is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent and forms a natural boundary running along the border between India and Pakistan. With an area of more than 200,000 km2 (77,000 sq mi), it is the world's 18th largest subtropical desert. Thar Desert extends from the Sutlej River, surrounded by the Aravalli Ranges on the east, on the south by the salt marsh known as the Great Rann of Kutch (parts of which are sometimes included in the Thar), and on the west by the Indus River. Its boundary to the large thorny steppe to the north is ill-defined. It lies mostly in the Indian State of Rajasthan, and extends into the southern portion of Haryana and Punjab states and into northern Gujarat state.

    In Pakistan, the desert covers eastern Sindh Province and the southeastern portion of Punjab Province, where it joins the Cholistan Desert near Bahawalpur. The Tharparkar District is one of the major parts of the desert area. Tharparkar consists of two words: Thar means 'desert' while Parkar stands for 'the other side'. The Thar Desert slopes imperceptibly towards the Indus Plain and surface unevenness is mainly due to sand dunes. The dunes in the south are higher, rising sometimes to 152 m whereas in the north they are lower and rise to 16 m above the ground level.The Aravalli forms the main landmark to the south-east of Thar Desert. The soils of the Arid Zone are generally sandy to sandy-loam in texture. The consistency and depth vary according to the topographical features. The low-lying loams are heavier and may have a hard pan. Some of these soils contain a high percentage of soluble salts in the lower horizons, turning water in the wells poisonous.

    Stretches of sand in the desert are interspersed by hillocks and sandy and gravel plains. Due to the diversified habitat and ecosystem, the vegetation, human culture and animal life in this arid region is very rich in contrast to the other deserts of the world. The Thar is one of most heavily populated desert areas in the world and the main occupations of people living here are agriculture and animal husbandry.

    Source: Wikipedia

    This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.

  • Desert Safari on Camels till late evening in Thar desert near Jaisalmer

    1:08

    Desert safaris on camels have become increasingly popular around Jaisalmer. Domestic and international tourists frequent the desert seeking adventure on camels for anything from a day to several days. This ecotourism industry ranges from cheaper backpacker treks to plush Arabian night style campsites replete with banquets and cultural performances. During the treks tourists are able to view the fragile and beautiful ecosystem of the Thar desert. This form of tourism provides income to many operators and camel owners in Jaisalmer as well as employment for many camel trekers in the desert villages nearby.

    Thar Desert provides the recreational value in terms of desert festivals organized every year. Rajasthan desert festivals are celebrated with great zest and zeal. This festival is held once a year during winters. Dressed in brilliantly hued costumes, the people of the desert dance and sing haunting ballads of valor, romance and tragedy. The fair has snake charmers, puppeteers, acrobats and folk performers. Camels, of course, play a stellar role in this festival, where the rich and colorful folk culture of Rajasthan can be seen.

    Camels are an integral part of the desert life and the camel events during the Desert Festival confirm this fact. Special efforts go into dressing the animal for entering the spectacular competition of the best-dressed camel. Other interesting competitions on the fringes are the moustache and turban tying competitions, which not only demonstrate a glorious tradition but also inspire its preservation. Both the turban and the moustache have been centuries old symbols of honor in Rajasthan. Evenings are meant for the main shows of music and dance. Continuing till late into the night, the number of spectators swells up each night and the grand finale, on the full moon night, takes place by silvery sand dunes.

    The Thar Desert also known as the Great Indian Desert is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent and forms a natural boundary running along the border between India and Pakistan. With an area of more than 200,000 km2 (77,000 sq mi), it is the world's 18th largest subtropical desert. Thar Desert extends from the Sutlej River, surrounded by the Aravalli Ranges on the east, on the south by the salt marsh known as the Great Rann of Kutch (parts of which are sometimes included in the Thar), and on the west by the Indus River. Its boundary to the large thorny steppe to the north is ill-defined. It lies mostly in the Indian State of Rajasthan, and extends into the southern portion of Haryana and Punjab states and into northern Gujarat state.

    In Pakistan, the desert covers eastern Sindh Province and the southeastern portion of Punjab Province, where it joins the Cholistan Desert near Bahawalpur. The Tharparkar District is one of the major parts of the desert area. Tharparkar consists of two words: Thar means 'desert' while Parkar stands for 'the other side'. The Thar Desert slopes imperceptibly towards the Indus Plain and surface unevenness is mainly due to sand dunes. The dunes in the south are higher, rising sometimes to 152 m whereas in the north they are lower and rise to 16 m above the ground level.The Aravalli forms the main landmark to the south-east of Thar Desert. The soils of the Arid Zone are generally sandy to sandy-loam in texture. The consistency and depth vary according to the topographical features. The low-lying loams are heavier and may have a hard pan. Some of these soils contain a high percentage of soluble salts in the lower horizons, turning water in the wells poisonous.

    Stretches of sand in the desert are interspersed by hillocks and sandy and gravel plains. Due to the diversified habitat and ecosystem, the vegetation, human culture and animal life in this arid region is very rich in contrast to the other deserts of the world. The Thar is one of most heavily populated desert areas in the world and the main occupations of people living here are agriculture and animal husbandry.

    Source: Wikipedia

    This footage is part of the professionally-shot broadcast stock footage archive of Wilderness Films India Ltd., the largest collection of HD imagery from South Asia. The Wilderness Films India collection comprises of tens of thousands of hours of high quality broadcast imagery, mostly shot on HDCAM 1080i High Definition, HDV and XDCAM. Write to us for licensing this footage on a broadcast format, for use in your production! We are happy to be commissioned to film for you or else provide you with broadcast crewing and production solutions across South Asia. We pride ourselves in bringing the best of India and South Asia to the world... Reach us at wfi @ vsnl.com and admin@wildfilmsindia.com.

  • Documentary on the life of Camel , camel population and products || Kharai Camel || Camel Market

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    Documentary on the life of Camel and its population and products

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  • Thar Desert | Wikipedia audio article

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    The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that covers an area of 200,000 km2 (77,000 sq mi) and forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the world's 17th largest desert, and the world's 9th largest subtropical desert.
    About 75% of the Thar Desert is located within India, with the remaining 25% in Pakistan. In India, it covers about 150,000 km2 (58,000 sq mi), and the remaining 50,000 km2 (19,000 sq mi) of the desert is within Pakistan. The Thar desert forms approximately 5%(~4.56%) of the total geographic area of India. More than 60% of the desert lies in the state of Rajasthan, and extends into Gujarat, Punjab, and Haryana. The desert comprises a very dry part, the Marusthali region in the west, and a semidesert region in the east with fewer sand dunes and slightly more precipitation.

  • BSF The Saviours At Untamed Thar Desert. Rajasthan. International Border.

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    This video contains some of the original visuals of International Border, how the Saviors of the nation The Bordermen perform their duties to safeguard the nation. The Thar Desert is the 18th largest subtropical desert in the world with an total area of 200,000 km/Sq. Great Indian Desert is one of the most heavily populated desert areas in the world.

  • India Most Populated State

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    India is a union of 28 states and 9 union territories. As of 2011, with an estimated population of 1.2 billion, India is the world's second most populous country after the People's Republic of China. India occupies 2.4% of the world's land and is home to 17.5% of the world's population. The Indo-Gangetic plains have one of the world's biggest stretches of fertile flat-deep alluvium and are among the most densely populated areas of the world. The eastern and western coastal regions of Deccan Plateau are also densely populated regions of India. The Thar Desert in western Rajasthan is one of the most densely populated deserts in the world. The northern and north-eastern states along the Himalayas contain cold arid deserts with fertile valleys. These states have relatively less population density due to indomitable physical barriers.


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  • Thar the largest desert of Subcontinent تھر برصغیر کا سب سے بڑا صحرا

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    Thar or great Indian desert has an area of 236000 square kilometres, 50000 of that is in Pakistan and rest in India . It's seventeenth largest desert on the planet. it extends from Aravati mountain range in India to the Indus River in Pakistan. it overwhelmingly comprises of sand dunes and some rocky areas also, it has vast range of desert flora and fauna. water is scarce, rainfall is low . Pakistani Thar is the densely populated desert in the world. Mithi, Nagarparkar , islalmkot, naukot and Amarkot or umarkot are famous towns . Pakistani Thar has huge coal reserves and it opens a new horizon of development here. majority of desert dwellers are Hindus , they have very colourful and beautiful culture. peacocks are widely found in Thar.

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  • Jodhpur Blue City - massive burgeoning city at Indias Thar desert edge, Rajasthan: aerial journey

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    A fabulous colourful aerial journey across Jodhpur, India's Blue City, and the largest city at the edge of Rajasthan's Thar desert. Mehrangarh Fort, the second largest- fort-castle in the world stands sentinel of this lovely city, with its colourful homes and strangely organic spread of development, with ponds and open roads, and lots of human and cultural marvels, such as the Umed Bhavan Pallace, now a Taj Hotel. Also, a stadium and a massive railway station cum inter-change.

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  • Tribal Life in Cholistan Desert || Surviving the Drought || Subtitled

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    The Cholistan is one of the largest and hottest deserts in the Pakistan and India, covering much of south Punjab in Pakistani side and north Punjab of India side,
    The Cholistan nomads are famous for their skillful survival, adaptive nature and efficient utilization of the minimal resources at their disposal.
    for water arrangements there are number of ponds constructed or some are naturally formed for harvesting rain water, all tame and wild animals drinking water on same ponds, under ground water is not able to drink in some areas and are very deep to drill, however some areas have under ground drinkable water too,
    there are many water pond for rain water harvesting in cholistan desert , also location name of village is related to toba or pond name , this location name is toba baloch wala 15Km from nearby city Yazman Mandi.
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  • An evening at THAR DESERT, SECRETS OF INDIA, EP-2

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    Thar is the most populous desert on earth home to nearly 30 million people. The Thar Desert, also known as the Great Indian Desert, is a large, arid region in the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent that forms a natural boundary between India and Pakistan. It is the world's 17th largest desert, and the world's 9th largest subtropical desert. Life in this great desert is tough . The landscape is really unique. The Thar Desert is the most densely populated desert in the world, with 83 people per square km. This population lives in small villages, far apart from each other. The people are often nomadic: moving when their sparse water supply dries up. Life in the desert is not easy. Camels are an integral part of the desert life and source of lively hood of the nomadic local population. The most popular place for camel safaris in India is in the desert around Jaisalmer, in Rajasthan.

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    Rise. and. shine! Get up and seize the day! You can do anything under the sun...when the sun powers everything. Your phone, your home, and all that's in between. This is life on the golden grid. But is it the utopia we thought it would be? In 2018, the state of California passed a law requiring all new houses to be built with solar panels after 2020. Now you might think that sounds both extreme and unfair, considering it will raise home prices by as much as $12,000. But it's a lot more sensible than you think.

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  • Desert Mud house Living in Rain || Eng Sub || Village Life with Scary weather of Cholistan Desert

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    the location of video is near to Pak-India Border in Pakistani Desert called Cholistan or Rohi , during the cloud burst and panic situation we can not filmed the scene, never underestimate Desert weather specially in rainy seasons, we forget the actual pathway and trap in mud , sedan car is not suitable even on sandy soil pathway, always go with local guide , most of areas have not any network coverage , local resident are very sympathetic were also insist to stay night with them and taste wild mushrooms in dinner, but weather went to scary and we try to came back. so stay tuned for next amazing videos.


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  • Class 4 Social Studies Chapter 4 WESTERN DESERT- THE THAR

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  • Thar Pakistan No Water No Life

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    Tharparkar is a desert in Sindh with a population of 1.4 million people and an acute shortage of clean drinking water. Upto 500 children die annually in this region as a result of inadequate accessibility to water. In collaboration with the Hisaar Foundation, we have eased the daily lives of one rural village with a sustainable contribution that will have a lasting effect.
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  • Bishnois: Guardians of the Chinkara

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    Meet the shy, graceful chinkara or the Indian gazelle that springs across the Thar. Also, meet its guardian angels — the Bishnoi community of Rajasthan, a special breed of people who watch over and protect everything that thrives in the hot and challenging desert.

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  • Whats Being Hidden Under The Saharas Sands? Unbelievable Facts About This Desert

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    Endless sands baking in the sun with an absolute lack of humans around - this is what one of the world's most famous deserts, the Sahara, looks like. It seems like these golden dunes have been here forever, but they haven't. When you look at the Sahara, at its endless sands and silent dunes, you can't help but want to know what's under those millions of tons of sand. Today, you'll find out several unbelievable facts about this mysterious place and about what exactly is hidden under the Sahara's sands.
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  • Poor struggle to stay cool in India desert city | AFP

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    India’s poor seek ways to keep cool under the scorching sun in desert city Sri Ganganagar where -- as in many parts of India -- people struggle to find respite from a warming planet.

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  • India - Relief Features 10th class Social .Coastal Plains The Thar Desert The Islands Unit 1

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