The practice of planning, developing, distributing, and managing the most efficient use of water resources is known as water resource management. It's a part of the water cycle that needs to be managed. Our survival depends on the availability of water. The discipline of water resources management will have to keep adapting to the existing and future challenges of water allocation. Decision-making will be even more complex as global climate change and the long-term effects of management activities become more unknown. Climate change is expected to bring about scenarios that have never been seen before. As a result, different management solutions are being considered in order to minimize setbacks in water resource allocation. Water resource management planning should, in principle, take into account all competing needs for water and attempt to allocate water in an equitable manner to meet all uses and demands.