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Eco-Friendly Living 

First Online: January 01, 2004
Page Last Updated: May 09, 2017

Nature Friendly Living in India

There is really something about living a life that is close to nature, perhaps the way humans were meant to live. Using natural fibers for clothing, and fruits of the nature for decor, and utility are some of the examples, even though such use is temporal or short-lived. We have compiled this exhibition to illustrate how the Indians have blended natural products in their daily living -- using cow-dung  as an antiseptic, and leaves as plates for eating.

All Pictures by K.L.Kamat.

List of Pictures Depicting Eco-Friendly Life

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Organic Living Habits of India
Eco-Friendly Living

Banana Plants Welcoming Guests Organic FarmersTender Coconut Vendor The ribs of coconut leaves are used in manufacturing broomsticks.
The festivals in India are celebrated in an eco-friendly way.  Man weaves coconut leaves into a carpet Coconut Leaves Used for Wall and Roof of a Hut Man Serves Food On Organic Plates
Woman Carrying Heap of Leaves from Forest The Fruit that Yields Oil!The Singar Flower of Betel Tree

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