The Fig Tree or the Banyan Tree (वट or न्यग्रोध in Sanskrut) is one of the best examples of Nature’s Sustainability and Cyclicity. It’s aerial prop roots reach the ground and thicken into ‘pillar roots’ or ‘subsidiary trunks’ ultimately making it a continually expanding (eco)system in itself. Is also called as Tree of Life.Think Now!
Do celebrate festivals, with a new vision – Plant Kadunimb on the occasion of Gudhi Padawa, Bael Tree on Mahashivratri, Banyan Tree on Vat Paurnima, Coconut on Narali Paurnima, Pipal on Krushnajanmashtami, Durva on Ganesh Chaturthi, Apata on Vijayadashmi, Mango on Padawa, Tulas on Tulasi vivah.Act Now!
“Live and Let Live”, Mother Nature to humans. Coexistence is the key; dominance has and will always lead to disaster. Time to give back and grow The Nature for the generations yet to come. Let’s make it more beautiful together…
Our life is dependent on the oxygen provided by the trees. To really call our race as most intelligent and evolved, we shall protect this source of life.
It is a very rich experience seeing a piece of earth being transformed into an eco system. The experience has so many learnings, it is an university – an encyclopedia.
If we require clean and fresh air, protection from heat waves then we must save and grow more trees.
जीवो जीवस्य जीवनम् – Every living thing in the universe, naturally or by birth, helps some other living being to survive.
“Survival of The Fittest” is unfortunately leading to selfishness, aggression and violent attitude whereas जीवो जीवस्य जीवनम् – leads to selflessness, humbleness and understanding. Choice is ours!