Introduction: Bamboo is a type of fastest-growing grass belonging to the Poaceae family. It is hollow and round.
Description: Bamboo grows in abundance in India, China, Japan, Burma and Australia. There are different types of bamboo. Burma’s bamboo is superior to Indian bamboo in many respects. Bamboo usually grows in an enclosure and does not require any care of planting.
Usefulness: Bamboo is a very useful plant for us. Pallet houses in Bengal and Assam are mainly built with bamboo. The Indian peasants make walls and posts of their houses with bamboo. Thus, a poor man can build a house at little cost. Bamboo is used in homes and gardens. Various useful furniture, boxes, home decorators, coffins etc. are made of bamboo. Thus, it serves the purpose of wood and iron. Thin and hard bamboo are used as sticks. Fishing rods and canopy rods are also made of bamboo. Farmers make ladders from bamboo. Paper is made from bamboo pulp. Bamboo is also used as fuel. In China, beautiful things like utensils, cups, spoons, brushes etc. are made out of bamboo.
Conclusion: In the northeast Indian states, bamboo is used for multiple purposes. It is a shame for an Assmsese house if there is not a bush of bamboo plants. 0 0 0
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