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Reinterpreting Flood: Studying the Historical Implication of Koshi Flood in Northern Bihar
Flood is one of the most significant natural hazards, and people living in flood zone always face the event of flood during monsoon in India. This paper assesses the historical impacts of Koshi flood, particularly 'The Killed' and 'The Billed', in Northern Bihar. The aftermath of severe floods in the past has been assessed with the help of quantitative methods. The study is based on the secondary database. Lack of services, fragile living, and disadvantaged groups make people vulnerable todoi:10.5281/zenodo.4244305 fatcat:p73lf62ugbdsdmv7hjcjtowchy