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Bengaluru man turns his house into 'urban jungle'

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Bengaluru man turns his house into 'urban jungle'

Bengaluru man turns his house into 'urban jungle'

Retired engineer fulfils his mission to convert spaces in home into thriving 'urban jungle'.

Nataraja Upadhya's house reflects his love for nature.

Upadhya used his skills to grow over 300 plant species that he inherited from his farmer father.

This is what inspired him for this ambitious move.


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