As part of environmental conservation, saving rivers from dying is a duty which we all humans are morally bound to discharge. Being concerned about our country’s rivers, the simplest way to prevent these from dying is to participate in reviving them by taking a pledge today and asking our friends and family to participate as well. We should start campaigning for this cause and later on present our voice to the government for further action. Our rivers are facing a grave crisis and have depleted by over 40% in the last 70 years. Our great rivers are in danger and India’s per capita water availability has declined by 75% since 1947. As experts say that by 2030, we will have only 50% of the water we need for our survival. In just one generation, our perennial rivers are turning seasonal and many smaller rivers have already vanished. It is a matter of great concern that if we do not act now, we will be handing our next generation the legacy of conflict and deprivation. These rivers have nurtured and nourished us for thousands of years and it is time we nurture and nourish them back to health. Follow the advice of experts as to how to save our rivers and dedicate ourselves to the cause that is in our own greater interest.