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India's Wealthy Go Back to Nature

Offbeat  (tags: interesting, off-beat, society, culture, India )

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The village, Hessargatta - just outside India's IT capital, Bangalore - is designed to encourage the preservation of some of India's rural traditions. It offers visitors the chance to qualify in tasks like milking cows and looking after the other animals

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Past Member (0)
Tuesday January 15, 2008, 5:20 am
Grand idea. But in the picture I saw few trees...............

In spite of getting back to nature this is not a wild all animal setting such as the Amazon area. The whole idea smacks of man and his creature comforts/greed.
However.....It is a start of sorts to getting people thinking about how it was at one time, how it should be.

The success of this expanding depends so much on reducing world (India"s) population........Afterall the population is exploding faster than these places can be built and that reduces the chance of many more of them being develope for lack of space.

Plant life......Plant trees....................
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