For the last 12 months, the villagers of
Kundal, Rajasthan, north west India, have had nothing to eat but broth
of maize soaked in water, called rabri. Many of their cattle have died.
Driving through this southern part of the state, you occasionally pass
a cow's skull by the side of the road.
'We have one month's supply of water
left,' says one villager. 'After that? Maybe we'll die too.'
In this area, just three hour's drive
from the tourist destination of Udaipur, there has been no monsoon rain
for four years. One of the city's lakes - Udaipur is famous for its Lake