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Keywords: nature worship, plant, tree, tulasi, tulsi



The ribs of coconut leaves are used in manufacturing broomsticks.
Man making brooms from petioles
The Natural Broom
Eco-freindly Celebrations
The festivals in India are celebrated in an eco-friendly way.
Strings of mango leaves indicate festive occasion.

Man weaves coconut leaves into a carpet
The sheathe thus formed is used for thatched roofing as well
Man Weaving a Palm-leaf
Living One with Nature
Coconut Leaves Used for Wall and Roof of a Hut

Man Serves Food On Organic Plates
Notice how the leaves are stiched together to form a plate
Eco-friendly Living in India
Forest Weed as Fertilizer
Woman Carrying Heap of Leaves from Forest
The leaves are used to cool the roots of the coconut trees on the Konkan coast

Banana Plants Welcoming Guests
Plantain leaves indicate an auspicious occasion in Hindu culture
Eco-Friendly Welcome Sign!
The Round Ball Fruit
The Fruit that Yields Oil!
For a long time, ball-fruit oil was the primary source of fuel for lighting in some parts of India.

Organic Farmers
The natural farming philosophy in India takes the approach that the insects have a right to life as well
Eco-friendly Living
Eco-friendly Living
The Singar Flower of Betel Tree
Flowers of the Supari used for accent

 

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