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Habitats of North East India, Indian Tribal Society
Habitats of North East India demonstrates the example of sustainable living. The buildings are mainly made up of cane, bamboo, reed, wood and mud. North-Eastern region of India uses building construction techniques which are resilient to disasters.

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