Forest Spirit Learning – A Greener Future

Forest Spirit Learning – A Greener Future Introduction:    The term sustainability was defined by the United Nations Brundtland Commission as ‘meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of the future.’ Sustainable architecture, also known as green architecture or eco-friendly architecture, aims to create a future that deviates from the high consumption […]

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The Khejarli Movement: Wildlife Conservation     Khejarli Mela (Fair) It is the only tree fair in the world which is held every year on Shukla Dashami of Bhadrapada (Hindu month) in memory of Amrita Devi Bishnoi and 362 martyrs of Bishnoi community who sacrificed their lives to save trees in 1730, by saying ‘सिर

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Recipe of Native Flowers

Recipe for Native Flowers Explore the intertwining relation between human and nature through the use of flower buds in these delectable dishes.  Semal ki Sabzi Semal ki sabzi is a spicy north Indian dish, cooked with the Semal buds. Its a seasonal vegetable only available in the months of January – March before the flowering.

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Forest Bill, 2023 – A Journey

A forest isn’t just a collection of trees, it’s a tapestry of life that weaves together ecosystems, cultures and generations. Forests are known for their invaluable goods and services that they provide to mankind and the environment including raw materials, timber, food, fibres, carbon capture, oxygen, and much more. To safeguard the existing forests from

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World Tiger Day

TIGER- Symbolizes strength, grace and untamed wilderness. As we celebrate World Tiger Day we are reminded of the awe-inspiring beauty and power of these majestic creatures. Yet beneath these lies a grave reality of tigers facing the unprecedented threat to their survival. Celebrated on the 29th of July each year, this day aims to promote

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