This article explores the history and evolution of Hempcrete and Hemp in construction, and the significance of a recent study conducted in Central India.
From November 25, 2014 to December 10, 2014, a study was conducted at the Ellora Caves located 29.8 km to the northwest of Aurangabad city, Maharashtra, India. The study conducted by M. Singh and M. M. Sardesai shows that Hemp plaster was used on the floors, walls, and ceilings throughout the 34 Ellora caves.
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