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In celebration of world Bamboo Day, Share with us your bamboo creations

Start Date: 18-09-2023
End Date: 18-09-2024

If you've created anything using bamboo- be it artwork furniture, home, decor, or anything else- snap a photo and sharing it with us. Let's photo and sharing it with us. Let's make ...

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Last Date- Sep 18,2024 06:52 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)

If you've created anything using bamboo- be it artwork furniture, home, decor, or anything else- snap a photo and sharing it with us. Let's photo and sharing it with us. Let's make this World Bamboo Day unforgettable by showcasing the beauty and sustainability of bamboo

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Why is bamboo called sustainable?
In conclusion:- bamboo is sustainable, highly renewable and eco-friendly material making it a viable solution for eco-friendly living. Its rapid growth, natural regeneration and carbon absorption make it an environment-friendly alternative to traditional materials.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

What is the role of bamboo in nature?
Bamboo forests provide vital habitats, food and shelter for various species. For example, the giant panda subsists on a diet composed of bamboo shoots and leaves, accounting for over 99% of their food intake. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, it is considered a vulnerable species.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Is bamboo a sustainable fiber environmentally?
The drawbacks of bamboo fabric are minor compared to its many advantages. This natural material is sustainable and environmentally friendly because it requires reduced farming inputs like fertilizer, pesticides and water in comparison with other types of fabrics which also require heavy harvesting machinery.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Is bamboo the most powerful plant in the world?
Bamboos are a diverse group of mostly evergreen perennial flowering plants making up the subfamily Bambusoideae of the grass family Poaceae.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Which state is known as the bamboo Queen of India?
Mizoram is said to be the Bamboo Queen of the country.The State has abundant natural bamboo resources which cover around 57% of its geographical area.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Is bamboo better than plastic?
Bamboo is also a great alternative to plastic because it is durable, sustainable and eco-friendly than plastic use.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Is bamboo a healthy material?
While there is generally no risk of consumers encountering toxic chemicals when they wear or use bamboo fabric, a variety of dangerous substances are used to transform raw bamboo into the cellulose that is used to make rayon.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

Can humans eat bamboo?
Many companies sell bamboo powder or pre-cooked bamboo to use in cooking. However, if we choose to buy fresh bamboo, it is important to know how to prepare it. Fresh bamboo contains toxins that are poisonous to humans so bamboo should not be eaten raw. Instead, it needs to be cut and boiled in salted water before use.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

What is the use of bamboo in cosmetics?
Studies show that bamboo extracts have skin soothing properties. This ingredient can help soothe skin after cleansing or shaving. In addition to bamboo extract, the invigorating toner is formulated with caffeine and vitamin C. It visibly reduces the signs of fatigue and leaves the skin feeling hydrated and balanced.

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BrahmDevYadav 6 months 2 weeks ago

What is the environmental impact of bamboo?
Bamboo development reduces pollution, its plants reduce up to 35% carbon dioxide in the climate and deliver more oxygen. Bamboo roots help control erosion as it makes a water barrier developed countries use bamboo as a defensive component for their crops and villages from washing ceaselessly.