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He never uses any but Ganges water for domestic purposes. [Use 'use' as noun]
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Hi
He uses only Ganges water for domestic purposes.

Prajwal
mainak.basudev[Use 'use' as noun]
You can say "for domestic use" instead of "for domestic purposes", but then you'll have "use" as a verb and "use" again as a noun, so you many want to revise the sentence to avoid this repetition.

CJ
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Yes. That was why I ignored Mainak's suggestion.

Prajwal
prajwalkrHiHe uses only Ganges water for domestic purposes.Prajwal
Sorry, but I don think it's correct.
CJ has reasoned it out.

Prajwal
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His use of the Ganges water is for domestic purpose.