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Seed Crackers : Celebrate with Nature via ‘Beej Patakha ‘

  Seed Crackers  celebrate with Nature via ‘Beej Patakha ‘ P ollution is everywhere, When we see it all around us pollution is present everywhere either in the form of water, soil, air, and soil. There is some pollution that is hazardously produced by man. One of the major pollution that degrade our air is air pollution that we formed during our festive season by sprinkling cracker smoke in our atmosphere. Further this sparkling spark our body in the form of various respiratory diseases. Man is the only animal that fouls its own nest -Anomynous Now, we have to be aware of this air pollution causing pollutants and need to change our minds during the upcoming festive season and need to break the chain. If you want to burn the crackers then you can replace the harmful chemical crackers with eco-friendly seed crackers.  Now, the question arises in our mind- What are seed Crackers? The answer is here - Seed crackers are looks like traditional crackers but the difference is seed crackers co
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White biotechnology

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