The Great Indian Hornbill

Among the birds that face great challenges in rearing their young, the hornbill stands out. With its massive, cow-horn-like beak and the unique casque that covers part of its beak from the head, the hornbill is easily recognizable. Globally, there are around 45 species of hornbills, with about eight species found in India. In Assam,
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Exploring the Enchanting Island of Majuli

A Paradise of Cultural and Natural Delights Nestled in the upper reaches of the Brahmaputra River in Assam, Majuli stands as the largest river island in the world. This picturesque island, with its population of 1.6 lakhs, predominantly comprising tribals, boasts of a rich heritage and serves as the cradle of Assamese Vaishnavite culture. Majuli
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The Mangrove Forests

In the coastal areas near the estuaries of the sea, vast expanses of dense forests are seen, known as mangrove forests. These mangrove forests, connected to the water, thrive year after year, adapting to the saline water. The forest remains vibrant with the flow of water. This forest remains unaffected by water scarcity. Especially seen
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Bioplastic

The Green Path of Sustainable Development Plastic is an indispensable material in modern life. Its lightweight, durability, and versatility make it essential for industry and overall economic growth. From household use to life-saving medical equipment and cutting-edge technology, plastic is an integral part of human civilization. Without plastic, transportation, communication, and manufacturing would be significantly
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