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An Organic Village in Kerala
On the beautiful banks of Bharatpuzha river, a self-built tree house lies shrouded by a canopy of lush green trees. Inside, Mohan Chavara and his family prepare a meal with the fresh produce from their sprawling organic garden...... READ MORE
 
Remarkable Indian villages
India, having an agro-based economy, depends the most on its villages for growth. The gaon always has that distinct nostalgic charm that Indians alone can understand. Sarson ke khet , tea plantations, mud houses, clean air, charpaai , mitti , star-lit sky; these are just some of the happy things that we associate with life in an Indian village... READ MORE
 
sustainable tourism in a tea estate bungalow saved indigenous tribes from starvation
Sometime in the early 1980s, when Indira Gandhi was the country’s prime minister, there was a human rights crisis brewing in the hills of Wayanad, Kerala. Wayanad, a tourist paradise, is home to a large number of adivasis or indigenous tribal people....... READ MORE
 
Abdul Kareem - The Man Who Planted a Forest
Jean Giono’s 1953 story, ‘The Man Who Planted Trees’ tells the tale of a shepherd named Elzeard Bouffier, who planted trees all along an Alpine Valley to recreate a desolate forest.... READ MORE
 
   
     
 
 
 
 
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