The world is a mess of beard styles.
But the world of shaving is even messier.
This article examines some of the most common facial hair styles and which beard clubs exist in India.
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A beard club is a loose association of beard-wearing individuals who meet to shave their beards and exchange ideas.
The beard club can be a social network, a business, a fashion-forward club, a school or even a club dedicated to helping fellow beard-wearers.
These are some of India’s most popular clubs.
The Beard Club of India (BCI) is a beard-shaving club that is active in India’s capital Delhi.
It is known for its sleek white and black uniforms and the bright red hair of its founder, Manoj Jain.
A group of beard shavers met at a bar on February 22 in Delhi to discuss the club’s growth and the future of beard culture in India, which has been the country’s biggest problem.BCI’s membership is active across all regions of India, said Jain, who is now based in Dubai.
“The BCCI has become the best beard club in India,” he said.
The organisation was founded by former Delhi Police chief Gopal Krishna and is run by his son, Manish Jain , who is currently its secretary.
It has more than 400 members in India and more than 4,000 worldwide.
According to a recent study conducted by the National Council for Science and Technology, there are now more than 7,000 beard clubs in India with around 1,000 members in the country.
The BCCI claims that more than 30 million people have been groomed by the organisation.
In terms of membership, the BCCI boasts of over 50,000 bearded men across the world, with more than 2.3 million members in its ranks.
“We have more than 10,000 men in India who are members,” said Jaina Chaudhary, president of the BCCIs national board.
“At the moment we are at over 400,000.”
According to the BCCAs membership and membership numbers, the average age of membership in India is 25.
The number of bearded men in the Indian population is also declining.
A study conducted in 2012 by the Economic Survey Institute (ESI) found that the number of men in their 50s has dropped from 4.7 million in 1997 to 2.7 crore in 2016.
In contrast, the number in their 60s has increased from 2.5 crore in 1997 and 4.2 crore in 2012.
According to the latest report of the Indian government, the male population of India grew by 14 per cent from 2009 to 2020.
According the World Health Organisation, the growth rate of the male populations in developing countries has been slower than that of the developing countries.
The study also found that India’s population is growing more slowly than other countries such as China, the United States and France.
The BCCIs membership is growing at a rapid pace, and as the country continues to become a more globalised society, the popularity of the organisation is likely to continue to rise.
According a 2015 report by the Association of Beard Shapers, around 3,000 new beard clubs are formed each year in India as per a global membership survey.
The membership in these clubs has grown by nearly 25 per cent annually over the last two years.
The growing popularity of bearded hair and beard in India has attracted a lot of attention from media and politicians.
This has attracted the attention of the government, with the BJP recently issuing a notification stating that all bearded hair clubs in the state will be banned.
The BJP government has also launched a ‘National Beard Month’ on December 1, 2017.
The National Beard Month has been held since 2016 in celebration of the countrys golden anniversary.
The date of December 1 is also celebrated by the BCCUs annual meeting.
“In India, the country is now the second-biggest country in the world for beard shaving,” said the BCCIt has been claimed that there are more than 1,200,000 different facial hair types.
“It is a shame that the world has become a mess,” said Chaudhya.
“Beard is one of the few things that we do not have to grow or grow up with.
But I feel that with the growth of beard, beard will be a part of Indian culture.”