When Kul Pradeep Singh told the property dealer he didn't want to cut down any trees to build his house, the dealer thought he was nuts. Singh took it as a challenge and decided to build the house in Udaipur, India by himself. After a year, Singh and an architect constructed a two-storied tree house on a mango tree, furnished with a kitchen, bathroom, dining hall, and two bedrooms for his wife and son. Not a single branch nor tree was cut. And his neighbors—or rather other family members—are singing birds and small animals! "To co-exist with other living beings is an absolute pleasure, and we love their company,” says Singh. The mango tree has since grown to a height of forty feet.

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