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World Environment Day (WED) is a campaign celebrated every year by the people worldwide on 5th of June. This campaign was established to raise the global awareness among people about the environmental issues as well as take positive environmental actions. It is handled by the United Nations Environment Programme and was established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1972. It is a day to especially focus on the current environmental conditions to make environment better. It is the day...
Everyone loves a lush green landscape around them, but living in cities and skyscrapers make it impossible for most of us to have a foot space bigger than that of a balcony. Chennai city being the pinnacle of hustle lifestyle space constraint is the biggest issue. But never to worry vertical gardens are the easy solution to this situation. Vertical gardening is a great way to take advantage of empty vertical space such as walls or fences. They can be free...
Good health comes from good environment, benefits of terrace Garden Who doesn’t love a beautiful garden? Walking on dewy grass on the morning, drinking tea while relaxing by the flowerbeds, listening to birds chirping in the evening or simply reading while listening to the sound of crickets at night – having a home garden is the truest and finest luxury you could have in today’s crowded cities and hectic lives. However, with rising real estate prices and shrinking carpet areas,...
Earth day, April 22, a day to celebrate the environment. The first Earth Day was organized in 1970 to promote the ideas of ecology, encourage respect for life on earth, and highlight growing concern over pollution of the soil, air, and water. Earth Day is now observed in 140 nations with outdoor performances, exhibits, street fairs, and television programs that focus on environmental issues.Today's scenario being all of us talikng about the issues on every platform possible, but how many...
DIY Garden kits is a customization of everything you will need to make a vegetable garden for yourself. The gift box is a compilation of materials that are required from the scratch throughout the process of gardening that is made easy usable even for a beginner. This box is a dream come true for all those who wish to have a mini backyard garden or terrace garden and care for it, but are hesitant without prior knowledge or guidance.The box...
If you like to grow strange and unusual plants in your garden, then staghorn fern can be one of the ideal options. Otherwise known as elkhorn fern, this plant got its name from the unusual shape of its leaves. The fronds (compound leaves of a fern) of this fern have the shape of stag antlers. There are around 18 species of staghorn ferns, and they belong to the genus Platycerium in the family Polypodiaceae. In their native habitat, these ferns...
Yet another day to celebrate, yet another reason to celebrate, VALENTINES DAY. Valentines day has been existing since around the late 1700’s in America and Rome. People exchange goodies that they hold close to their memories on this day to display their love to one another. Abundant amount of candies, greeting cards, flowers, love and romance take the center stage on this day of the month. Every year, we at HARITH THARANG, make sure to get you a step ahead...
Republic Day honours the date on which the Constitution of India came into effect on 26 January 1950. India has a strong bond with its nature. Every aspect of the Indian house has its roots tangled with the soil nature. Resumbling such connection with the nature is the Indian National Flag. In the national flag of India the top band is of Saffron colour, indicating the strength and courage of the country. The white middle band indicates peace and truth...
The commencement of the New Year brings a slew of festival which Indians keep looking forward for the rest of the year. The four day long harvest festival Pongal holds a great value for the people of Tamil Nadu and traditionally it is a day to thank and appreciate the Sun God for helping in growing crops by providing energy for its growth as the farmers’ livelihood depends on it. The festival is marked by boiling the fist rice of...
While it may be the most wonderful time of the year, celebrating Christmas has a huge impact on the planet. With greeting cards, plastic decorations and unwanted gifts all generating a huge amount of landfill waste, the real cost of a Merry Christmas can be devastating for the environment. In the UK an estimated 6 million Christmas trees are sent to landfill every year, equalling approximately 9,000 tonnes of extra waste. Each tree sent to landfill has a carbon footprint...