Dowsing is a form of remote sensing which makes full use of intuition or one’s sixth sense. To put it another way, it is the skill of detecting invisible targets. Water dowsing” is a process of searching underground water , generally ,to the practice of using a forked stick, rod, pendulum, or similar device to locate underground water, minerals, or other hidden or lost substances. dowser believe that groundwater moves in subsurface seams, veins, or streams that must be intersected by the drill to produce an adequate flow of water.
Underground Water is a fresh groundwater that occurs in the pore spaces of sedimentary rocks , cracks and sediments. It has the ability to flow laterally through these pore spaces and establish a “water table” that is generally horizontal or slightly sloping .
They believe that locations where this water is present in cracks by forces that will produce a response in their tools.
Typically, the dowser that holds the sticks or rods in his hand and walks around a field and when water vain comes then rods moves to its opposite direction. The dowser decides that this is the point for best water.