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Analysis of Indra Nagar Underground Water in Winter Season-2015 of Rewa City (M.P.), India

M. K. Solanki, O. P. Gupta, D. K. Singh


The present paper aims to carry out analysis of Indra Nagar underground water during winter season of Rewa city, Madhya Pradesh, India in the year of 2015. In this study, we have analysed the changes in physical and chemical properties of underground water due to seasonal variation. The variable data of samples were within the prescribed limits as described by World Health Organisation (WHO), Indian Standard (ISI) and BIS as the desirable limit for drinking water. Seasonal variation in physical and chemical parameters like colour, odour, taste, temperature, turbidity, pH, total hardness, calcium, magnesium, total alkalinity, chloride, nitrate, total dissolved solid, sulphate, etc., were analysed for a period of year in 2015 (winter).

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