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As soon as the rainy season begins, tree planting festivals are held across the country with the names of Van Mahotsav, Hariyali and Harela according to the language and geographical conditions of the particular region. This is the rainy season when plants get enough water during their childhood, as well as the humidity and temperature of the environment.

While these planting programs are more for publicity, reward, and formality, however, this awareness of tree planting in society in the name of development shows a new ray of hope. Because without trees human life is not possible either. Not only humans but without plants or vegetation, life on this earth is not possible.

Hundreds had lost their lives, including Amrita by the trees

For the first time in our country there is no awareness of trees. Chandi Prasad Bhatt and Sunderlal Bahuguna have established India as a world guru in terms of forests and environmental awareness for human life. Prior to him, the Prime Minister of Agriculture and Food Union of India, KM Munshi had started the Van Mahotsav in 1950 to create enthusiasm among the people for forest conservation and tree planting.

This festival is celebrated on different days in different parts of India. De. Even before M. Munshi, in 1730, Amrita Devi Vishnai has set an example to the world by sacrificing hundreds of people to protect trees, which is neither past nor future.

In fact, Amrita Devi Vishnai, along with her three daughters Asu, Ratni and Bhagu, gave up their lives in 1730 to save green trees from being cut down by the Maharajah of Jodhpur at Khejadli in Marwar, Rajasthan. More than 363 more Bishnois, along with them, died to save the Khejri trees. Vishnoi society remains an example to the world for tree conservation and wildlife.

KM Manshi started Van Mahotsav

Amrita Devi, who lost her life for the sake of the trees, used to say that “if a tree is saved even for the price of its head, it is worth it.” . Eh. One of them is Van Mahotsav Divas or Van Divas. Immediately after independence, KM Mansi had started But there are also elements in society who do not care about society or humanity, but only for their own interests or in whose vision nature is secondary and the radiance of development it is more important.

When some people can pursue the profession of killing others for their lives, then killing trees for forest smugglers is like cutting carrots and radishes. Like Jhum growers, for some, cutting down trees is necessary for subsistence, while some do agriculture by cutting down trees out of ignorance.

Life comes from the tree itself

In fact, we judge the value of a tree only by its wood or, at most, by its fruits and grass. While it has a much more indirect meaning than what is not visible. Trees absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and release oxygen into the air. Oxygen is called life force. If there is no oxygen in the atmosphere, life is not possible. Without oxygen, a man dies within minutes.

Similarly, a tree needs carbon dioxide to live. Apart from giving oxygen, trees also absorb various harmful gases from the environment, thus reducing the effect of global warming. It is measured in the form of a carbonstack.

It is estimated that the total carbon stock in the country’s forest is 7,204 million tonnes and an increase of 79.4 million tonnes in the country’s carbon stock compared to the final estimate for 2019. has reported that the annual increase in carbon stock is 39.7 million tonnes. Nature has fixed this relationship for flora and fauna that is unbreakable and if broken, the two do not exist.

Whatever we have today, we have it from the forest.

Today, if we eat wheat bread or rice as food, then wheat and rice must be the product of the forest. Similarly, along with rattan and rice, the original source of vegetables and legumes is also the forest itself. The tribes still depend on forest products for food.

Useful animals in our daily lives such as buffalo, cow, horse, dog, etc. they have the origin of all these forests. We even made elephants as pets for our own purposes. To make money, the lion and tiger were also locked in the cage, which the court now freed them from the cages of the circuses. But the smuggling of wild animals and their parts still continues.

Organisms also spread forests

Trees also provide us with food and shelter. The fruits of many trees are used as food for birds and animals, and the animals help the regeneration of the tree by propagating its seeds. The leaves, roots and bark of trees are used to prepare medicines. Had it not been for the help of medicinal properties hidden in wild plant species, there would have been a cataclysmic situation in many parts of the world. The contribution of innumerable plants like the Sarpagandha, Nayantara, Giloy and Yam lineage in the prevention of human diseases is not hidden from anyone.

Along with food, trees also give life-saving medicines.

Trees also provide shelter for animals and humans. Extensive and densely wooded forests serve as habitat for wildlife and contribute to rich biodiversity. Wood and other materials extracted from trees are used to make many things that are essential for a comfortable life. The trees also make the environment calm and pleasant.

Trees in crisis cannot even run to save lives

Plants and animals can complement each other, but the life of plants is more sensitive than living organisms, so today a large number of plant species have become extinct, some are endangered and some they are on the verge of extinction. The problem with plants or trees is that most plants grow in the ground. They cannot run to save their lives in times of crisis like a forest fire. Its destiny is to be destroyed in silence. They cannot counter attackers like creatures. If their numbers are reduced, they cannot go anywhere and seek help for pollination, association, or reproduction.

The goal of forest cover in India is still far away

Forest cover has increased in India, but the target is still far from in line with the 1988 Forest Policy. The Forest Survey of India report indicates that the total forest area in 2021 is 21.71% of the total geographical area, compared to 21.67% in 2019 and 21.54% in 2017. But in forest policy, the need has been felt for at least 33 percent of forest cover for the flat area and 67 percent for the mountain area.

A mountainous state like Uttarakhand is located about 45 percent forest cover. The forest cover of the northeast, which has the highest biodiversity, is declining. According to the forest report, the forest cover is destroyed due to natural disasters, deforestation, development activities and itinerant agriculture.

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As soon as the rainy season begins, tree planting festivals are held across the country with the names of Van Mahotsav, Hariyali and Harela according to the language and geographical conditions of the particular region. This is the rainy season when plants get enough water during their childhood, as well as the humidity and temperature of the environment.

While these planting programs are more for publicity, reward, and formality, however, this awareness of tree planting in society in the name of development shows a new ray of hope. Because without trees human life is not possible either. Not only humans but without plants or vegetation, life on this earth is not possible.


Hundreds had lost their lives, including Amrita by the trees

For the first time in our country there is no awareness of trees. Chandi Prasad Bhatt and Sunderlal Bahuguna have established India as a world guru in terms of forests and environmental awareness for human life. Prior to him, the Prime Minister of Agriculture and Food Union of India, KM Munshi had started the Van Mahotsav in 1950 to create enthusiasm among the people for forest conservation and tree planting.

This festival is celebrated on different days in different parts of India. De. Even before M. Munshi, in 1730, Amrita Devi Vishnai has set an example to the world by sacrificing hundreds of people to protect trees, which is neither past nor future.

In fact, Amrita Devi Vishnai, along with her three daughters Asu, Ratni and Bhagu, gave up their lives in 1730 to save green trees from being cut down by the Maharajah of Jodhpur at Khejadli in Marwar, Rajasthan. More than 363 more Bishnois, along with them, died to save the Khejri trees. Vishnoi society remains an example to the world for tree conservation and wildlife.

KM Manshi started Van Mahotsav

Amrita Devi, who lost her life for the sake of the trees, used to say that “if a tree is saved even for the price of its head, it is worth it.” . Eh. One of them is Van Mahotsav Divas or Van Divas. Immediately after independence, KM Mansi had started But there are also elements in society who do not care about society or humanity, but only for their own interests or in whose vision nature is secondary and the radiance of development it is more important.

When some people can pursue the profession of killing others for their lives, then killing trees for forest smugglers is like cutting carrots and radishes. Like Jhum growers, for some, cutting down trees is necessary for subsistence, while some do agriculture by cutting down trees out of ignorance.

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