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The present research is actually aimed of establishing how farmers can also be encouraged to adopt the water resource management measures to be implemented. Farmers’ consumption of saving the water may also represent up to 90% of a nation’s water consumption. By developing and actually implementing an extended version of the well-known strategies, we also consider the farmers’ propensity to actually adopt innovations and even their water footprints. Farmers’ innovativeness and even the water footprints which also exert a significant influence on their adoption intentions. This also contributes of the results. While actually the global supply of available freshwater is actually more than the adequate to meet up all the current and even the foreseeable water demands, its spatial and even the temporal distributions are not. There are many other regions where our freshwater resources are actually inadequate to meet domestic, economic development and even environmental needs. In such set of regions, there is a lack of adequate clean water to actually get up and meet the human drinking water and even the sanitation needs which is indeed a great constraint on human health and even on its productivity and hence on economic development as well as on the maintenance of a clean environment and its healthy ecosystems. Thus, few regional policies currently promote the actual replacement of the obsolete water saving measures which are being provided by the farmers with actual subsidies that may also cover almost 40% of their needed investments in totality. Globalization of trade has wide‐ranging implications for the group of consumers, the governments, and even for the environment. While there is even the bulk water which is not commonly traded, except for the relatively limited quantities in bottles, the water is been used to actually produce goods that are being traded across the borders. To analyze the impact of Water resources management on responsible farmers of India.