A new approach to house cleaning is gaining popularity in India.
The trend is taking the country by storm.
While house cleaning in India has been on the rise for the past couple of years, this trend is getting more mainstream.
The trend has been gaining traction with the demand for home cleaning and home improvement has also been rising, especially for those who are in need of cleaning.
A survey conducted by the National Consumer Council and the Indian Institute of Technology found that the number of home cleaning students attending colleges across India rose from 16,907 in 2016 to 20,631 in 2017.
It is estimated that as of December 2018, more than 60 lakh students are studying at a college in the country.
In India, the trend has also started to spread to rural areas.
An official survey conducted in 2017 showed that the population in rural areas was more than five times that in urban areas, with a total of around 7.5 million people.
While the number and popularity of home cleaners have been rising in the past few years, there has been a push for home improvement.
This has led to a rise in the number, quality and popularity in house cleaning.
The quality of the house cleaning can be a factor when buying and using an home, especially in the case of an elderly person.
A new house cleaning method called ‘bidah’ is gaining traction.
This new cleaning method involves removing all the dirt and debris from the home before removing the wallpaper and furniture.
The house cleaning process is done by hand, using a vacuum and cleaning spray.
A bidah is also more cost-effective and more efficient than the traditional method of cleaning a home.
The bidah involves using a brush, brush applicator, and vacuum to sweep and remove all the debris.
A bidah lasts for three to four hours, depending on the amount of debris removed.
Bidah is a new trend for IndiaThe bidah method has gained popularity among younger people and even in urban centres as the cleaning process can be done by the home’s owner.
The home is cleaned by a professional.
A bidding house is a residential house that is owned and managed by a group of people.
The bids are then paid by the owner of the home.
In this new way of housekeeping, the house can be cleaned and cleaned up after it is used by the next person.
This allows the homeowner to save money and improve the quality of their home.
Bidding houses can also be more cost effective in India as they are cheaper than the cost of cleaning the house.
In 2017, bidah was the most popular method of house maintenance.
It was used by 7,938 people, accounting for 10.9% of all house maintenance, according to the National Sample Survey Office.
This means that bidah cost about Rs. 7,500 to Rs. 11,500.
The price of bidah has dropped by around 30% since the previous year, with bidah now being used by only 3% of house owners.
The bidahs are also more environmentally friendly.
A recent study found that a bidah house cost only Rs. 30 to Rs 40 per year.
A typical bidah costs Rs. 5,000 to Rs 8,000.
Bidah also has a very high energy efficiency rating, which means it only uses about 15% of the electricity of traditional house cleaning methods.
It is estimated there are as many as 6 million bidahs in the market.