2. Charsa : In charsa animal power is used to pull water from the well. The charsa system is not used by many farmers now.
3. Persian wheel: It is a system of continuous supply of water and irrigates comparatively larger areas.
4. Karez: A karez is a horizontal underground canal in the foothills that brings underground water to the surface. The underground canals may be several kilometers long. This is an old system practiced only in Balochistan, where water is scarce and evaporation rate is high. By building the canal, underground evaporation looses are minimized.
5. Inundation canals: Long canals taken off from large rivers are called inundation canals. They receive water when the river is high enough and especially when it is flood.
6. Tank irrigation: Tank irrigation is practiced by constructing mud banks across streams to make a small reservoir which collect excess water during the rainy season.