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Imagine if we could transform the space around into a mystical land like the forests of Pandora and at the same time enjoy the produce of the place. I got this idea after I visited this restaurant some days back that served sea food fresh from their

Imagine if we could transform the space around into a mystical land like the forests of Pandora and at the same time enjoy the produce of the place. I got this idea after I visited this restaurant some days back that served sea food fresh from their

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Now-a-days everything is about quick and instant results. Be it fast noodles, petite cut veggies, "fresh" tomato puree. In todays fast paced world its not so easy for one to not use these products. However what if we could actually get the real taste

Now-a-days everything is about quick and instant results. Be it fast noodles, petite cut veggies, "fresh" tomato puree. In todays fast paced world its not so easy for one to not use these products. However what if we could actually get the real taste

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Ever wondered how awesome it would be to own your own garden where you could grown your crops and enjoy the produce. Well for  most of us in the cities this jst remains a dream. The scarcity of available land, increasing real estate values , are busy

Ever wondered how awesome it would be to own your own garden where you could grown your crops and enjoy the produce. Well for most of us in the cities this jst remains a dream. The scarcity of available land, increasing real estate values , are busy

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Amrutha commented on My mobile farm

Thanks for your comments :)

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Amrutha commented on Get paid for your organic food waste

Hey cool idea Krassimira, it would be great if people feel motivated to actually segregate their organic waste. In India there is a concept of the raddiwala who is basically a person who buys all the waste paper from you. So people actually keep all their waste newspapers , magazines and other waste papers safely and when enough has accumulated they approach the raddiwala who weighs the waste and accordingly pays for it. So on one hand we get paid for something that was otherwise wasteful for us and on the other hand the waste is actually recycled and used for making other items. It is really amazing to see how can take inspiration from our culture to come up without interesting, cool and sustainable solutions.

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Amrutha commented on Please Keep Farming

@Selvan Thandapani hey nice concept. I think its really interesting approach that you have taken and one that is very relevant to a country like India. In your design you are thinking about creating a support system for farmers right that would provide them with required help. Well then I think you should check out http://www.digitalgreen.org/ its a wonderful project.