Jharkhand is one of the richest mineral zones in the world. The state boasts of 40 per cent and 30 per cent of India’s mineral and coal reserves respectively. With 28 per cent of the total iron ore (hematite) reserves, Jharkhand ranks second among all states in the country.
Kerala is known as God’s own country. It is one of the few states to have marketed its natural beauty successfully to the leisure tourism sector. The state’s unique heritage and cultural diversity have helped attract tourists from the world over.
Manipur’s rich culture and tradition is represented by its residents’ handloom clothing and handicrafts. Manipuri handloom and handicraft work is world famous for its craftsmanship as well as ingenuity and vibrant colours.
Named after the Ahom kings who ruled the land of the mighty Brahmaputra, Assam is a region of astonishing diversity—ancient temples, UNESCO World Heritage sites, rich wildlife, vibrant culture, delectable cuisine, and tea estates that stretch till eternity. Its bustling capital Guwahati, once a haat (marketplace) for gua (areca nut), hence the name, acts as a gateway to Northeast India. Assam has much more to offer than the finest tea plantations..
Cutlery You Can Eat Narayana Peesapaty, a former researcher at the International Water Management Institute of Hyderabad, has created an innovative edible cutlery, mainly made out of sorghum. The basic idea behind the innovation - replace plastic spoons – struck Narayana during a flight..
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