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Recycling Ideas for Home Decor

Here are a few different recycling ideas on how you can use common objects of waste in order to create truly remarkable pieces of home décor.
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How to coexist with snakes

Finally, if you leave your prejudices behind and look at snakes, you’ll see snakes are pretty creatures too. You’ll find them in interesting sizes, shapes, colors and patterns. After all, beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.
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Snakes in India – Angels in disguise

Snakes in India - The portrayal of snakes in Indian mythologies, fairy tales has fed our misunderstanding. Snakes are a vital part of our ecosystem. They are indeed angels in disguise!
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Eco Fashion Becomes Trendy!

Green products have gained momentum. With technology, a lot of eco fashion materials have been introduced to the fashion industry.
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Reviving a dead river – Vrishabhavathi

Kengeri Mori, Vrishabhavathi Nala, as these names suggest, the Vrishabhavathi river has been the carrier of all sorts of industrial toxic waste and domestic waste water.
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Know Your Urban Wildlife

When we think of wildlife, an image comes to our mind – trekking miles deep into the jungle, camping in the forest overnight, watching...
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Can our civilisation lead an eco-friendly lifestyle…

Living in harmony with the environment comes at a price of sacrificing our comforts. It's high time our civilisation moves towards an eco-friendly lifestyle
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Documentary Filmmaker – The One Behind the View Finder

Let’s look at the person peeping into the viewfinder behind the camera. Making a feature film is easy because if you miss a shot, you can re-shoot it. But while making a documentary, there are wild animals being captured and the camera is on your shoulder. There are no rehearsals!
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Let children celebrate Kitchen Garden Day

Kids have a natural affinity to flowers and butterflies. Having a tiny kitchen garden can ensure that they get to see flowers and butterflies occasionally
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Nualgi – a saviour for sewage water?

Nualgi Nano Silica is one such technology developed by Indian innovators to feed diatoms. Diatoms are a type of single cell algae (phytoplankton), which live in all types of natural water bodies. Diatoms use sunlight to produce food through photosynthesis and they become food for other zooplanktons, which in turn are food for fishes. When this cycle is completed, the oxygen level in the water rises and the water body becomes healthy for all living beings.

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