Traditional Water management practices in many developing countries particularly in urban areas have been challenging because they are ill-coordinated and ill-managed. Traditional water conservation and management practices in most developing countries still give much focus for the supply side of water management, ignoring the root cause for the poor water resource management performance, that is, lack of a comprehensive water resources management framework (Khatriand Vairavamoorthy, 2007). As a result, water resources are highly polluted and depleted, and environmental and sanitation related problems are widespread. In response to this, nowadays, the issue of water conservation and management is becoming the top priority agenda for International Organizations and public governments. So, this work is really an interesting piece of my original work and very helpful for those policy makers, students who are really interesting in conducting research in water resources conservation and management, water resource managers and urban planner to review and understand an integrated management side of water.