Water is the nectar of life. Since time immemorial, it has been the paramount and indispensable reason for the development and sustenance of any settlement, village, town or city; but sadly, the past few decades have witnessed a reckless and callous mistreatment of water. For any town to flourish, its industries must have adequate supply of water at all times. Several root cause analyses have concluded that the lack of proper water storage techniques and improper water acquisition techniques are responsible for further degradation of the quality of lives of the people. Water pumps have come to the rescue of all industries and, in turn, all people.