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Water is a naturally occurring resource that is essential to all life. Water must be made sufficiently available, safe to drink, and easily accessible to everyone as they are necessary for maintaining life. Water makes up 60% of the human body and 90% of plants, respectively. Water resources are viewed as vital resources in this regard, and emerging nations are attempting to comprehend the capabilities of these resources. The world's most critical resource for human consumption, habitat support, and river flow is likely rainwater. They are typically transparent, colourless, and sterile and require little processing because they are naturally filtered on their way to earth. Rainwater normally has no dissolved particles but does have dissolved gases (carbon, nitrogen, and sulphur oxides), which cause the pH to be 5.5 or lower. Rainwater is a comparatively pure supply of water, and with the right care, it can even be used for potable purposes. Importantly, it is a free supply that may be gathered in large quantities and utilised for a variety of things, such drinking, washing clothes, cooling and heating systems, and watering gardens. The aim of the paper is to study the district's rainfall distribution will assist in addressing the drinking water and agricultural water shortage issues in rural and urban areas.