Quarterly Volume 11 Jul - Sep 2013 A look Inside Subscribe Write to us for a soft copy on: email@example.com You may also download it from: http://www.radiomadhuban.in/index. php/en/gallery/newsletters Testimonial Value of the Quarter From the director’s desk Good-wishes mean pure feelings for everyone irrespective of any situations.The one who attains blessings are the richest. Every individual has some or the other speciality.When this speciality is revealed in one’s own words and behaviour, Good wishes emerge from others very naturally. Treading upon the path to build Radio Madhuban demanded earnest dedication and a total commitment to help the community. No doubt, the support and love of our listeners was imperative to our sustenance, the dream of unifying people under the canopy of harmony, brotherhood and happiness & infusing progress and development into the fabric of the society seems a normal and habitual reality now. It is really a matter of pride and contentment to see that over a million people are associated with this dream project. In this journey of ensuring smile on every face the people of Abu Road and from around the world have come closer and become more like a family. Recently, a large number of listeners called in to congratulate the parents of a new born girl child and bless her. They even called in to suggest names on the ceremony day. This is a testimony to the bond we have formed and social progress we have made and which needs to be strengthened further. Be it the rakhis sent for the team of Radio Madhuban or the brothers, who complained of having no sisters, celebrating rakhi with our team, rejoicing each festival and enjoying each day with happiness have given us a lot of remarkable memories to cherish. The youth in the area was attracted to the radio and have supported us in more than one way. A large number of them have learnt the skills to speak and host radio shows while many others have volunteered in our village outreach initiatives. It was over whelming when Mr. Ratan Devasi, MLA, Raniwara mentioned that even in villages where there was no electricity, they could listen to the voice of their tribes on the radio. In fact, the Ayodhya Guest House, Mt. Abu honored Radio Madhuban, on Ganesh Chaturthi, for providing live coverage of local celebration which has beneﬁted women for access to information and entertainment through radio particularly when they cannot move out of their homes. Science does wonders. Without the modern technology we would not have reached such remote locations. The mobile applications and internet services have given a chance to our listeners world-wide to interact with us and share their opinions. All the credit goes to our technical team who look after the IT and seeks new avenues to promote Radio Madhuban. I am sincerely thankful to all my young and active members of our team who leave no stone unturned to realize the vision of leading the society to great and positive heights of progress. BK Karuna Director Samay ki Maang befits it name as it deals with the issues that are plaguing not just the country but the world as whole. This initiative by Radio Madhuban is a fantastic and much needed one as any solution first needs acceptance and Radio Madhuban is doing a fantastic job in spreading the awareness among the people. Wish all the luck to the team for future. Mr. Shivam Goyal Applied Petrolium Engineer Educational Paradigm … 2 Rio de janerio to Abu Road ... 2 On matters of livestock … 3 Role & Importance of media … 6 Meri Aawaz Hi Pehchan Hai…7 Pathami Sanskrutam … 8 Project“Shiksha”…8 Harit Rajasthan … 8
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Quarterly Volume 11 Jul - Sep 2013
A look Inside
Write to us for a soft copy on: firstname.lastname@example.org You may also download it from: http://www.radiomadhuban.in/index.php/en/gallery/newsletters
Value of the Quarter
From the director’s desk
Good-wishes mean pure feelings for everyone
irrespective of any situations.The one who attains blessings are the richest. Every individual
has some or the other speciality.When this
speciality is revealed in one’s own words and
behaviour, Good wishes emerge from others very
Treading upon the path to build Radio Madhuban demanded earnest dedication and a total commitment to help the community. No doubt, the support and love of our listeners
was imperative to our sustenance, the dream of unifying people under the canopy of harmony, brotherhood and happiness & infusing progress and development into the fabric of the society seems a normal and habitual reality now.
It is really a matter of pride and contentment to see that over a million people are associated with this dream project. In this journey of ensuring smile on every face the people of Abu Road and from around the world have come closer and become more like a family. Recently, a large number of listeners called in to congratulate the parents of a new born girl child and bless her. They even called in to suggest names on the ceremony day. This is a testimony to the bond we have formed and social progress we have made and which needs to be strengthened further.
Be it the rakhis sent for the team of Radio Madhuban or the brothers, who complained of having no sisters, celebrating rakhi with our team,
rejoicing each festival and enjoying each day with happiness have given us a lot of remarkable memories to cherish. The youth in the area was attracted to the radio and have supported us in more than one way. A large number of them have learnt the skills to speak and host radio shows while many others have volunteered in our village outreach initiatives.
It was over whelming when Mr. Ratan Devasi, MLA, Raniwara mentioned that even in villages where there was no electricity, they could listen to the voice of their tribes on the radio. In fact, the Ayodhya Guest House, Mt. Abu honored Radio Madhuban, on Ganesh Chaturthi, for providing live coverage of local celebration which has benefited women for access to information and entertainment through radio particularly when they cannot move out of their homes.
Science does wonders. Without the modern technology we would not have reached such remote locations. The mobile applications and internet services have given a chance to our listeners world-wide to interact with us and share their opinions. All the credit goes to our technical team who look after the IT and seeks new avenues to promote Radio Madhuban.
I am sincerely thankful to all my young and active members of our team who leave no stone unturned to realize the vision of leading the society to great and positive heights of progress.
Samay ki Maang befits it name as it deals with the issues that are plaguing not just the country but the world as whole. This initiative by Radio Madhuban is a fantastic and much needed one as any solution first needs acceptance and Radio Madhuban is doing a fantastic job in spreading the awareness among the people. Wish all the luck to the team for future. Mr. Shivam Goyal Applied Petrolium Engineer
Educational Paradigm … 2 Rio de janerio to Abu Road ... 2 On matters of livestock … 3 Role & Importance of media … 6 Meri Aawaz Hi Pehchan Hai…7 Pathami Sanskrutam … 8 Project“Shiksha”…8 Harit Rajasthan … 8
Radio Madhuban - Newsletter : Jul - Sep 2013
The modern educational paradigm
From Rio de Janeiro to Abu Road
In 1992, many heads of states met in Rio de Janeiro, to discuss the growing climatic concerns and aggravating risk of disaster around the globe. They could foresee the problems it will create and came up with some ideas of sustainable development.
It has been more than three months since Radio Madhuban broadcasted its first episode of the show “Samay Ki Maang” and since then there has been no turning back. The show aims to encouraging the concept of sustainable development and educate people about various elements of environmental conservation and natural preservation.
Our efforts at finding experts from industry and professionals from different fields who came forward
All of us have many fond memories of our childhood and school days and this surely forms a significant part of one’s personality. People might forget their first car, their first neighbours or their first friends, but they never fail to remember their first school and teachers. Teachers make school life worth remembering. They add just so much to the entire learning process that we always remember our ABCs and the 123s.
Parents and teachers are the first guides of every child. The gurukul system can be considered an example
of the earliest form of institutionalized learning. Taxila and Nalanda, that have now become a part of ancient history, were once an embodiment of holistic education, where both moral values and knowledge of subjects was imparted to the students. The gurus did not only use Indian scriptures and other texts, but predominantly exemplified values because values can only be caught and not taught. Our guest, Rajyoga Teacher BK sister Geeta, also reiterated the fact that children could, for once, disagree with their parents but would never contradict their teacher. They always held their teachers in such high regard that their word was the final word for them.
As time passed, moral education got restricted to only books and supplementary texts. This led to the creation of a gap between formal education and value education and in the modern age, this gap has widened and moral education has been completely removed from the curriculum. Due to work overload, teachers also fail to exemplify or
share valuable experiences. This has led to a decline in the morals of the society at large.
It has now become the sole responsibility of some special spiritually inclined institutions to impart value-based education and restore morals in the society, especially in the younger generation. Today’s education, Geeta Ji said, is limited to only the physical world and its study. It no longer deals with the understanding of life and importance of family values or the social values necessary for holistic community living. The scope of books and educational curriculum, she commented, is limited to Geography, Mathematics, languages etc. but no one teaches the equations of happy living, the chemistry of healthy relations and the language of universal peace and harmony.
It is therefore the role of such institutions to spread value-based education in the society. After all, the divine power is also a teacher, Supreme in nature, which touches every life and guides us all along this journey of a lifetime. Our school teachers teach us different subjects and theories which help us in earning a degree and thriving whereas God teaches us values and moral elements that help us in living a happy life.
Teachers lay the foundation of a nation and their role decides the progress of their nation because teachers are the creators of people in authority and power. Be it engineers, administrators, doctors etc. everyone is a product of what they learnt from their teachers. The quality of what they receive, decides the quality of service they shall deliver. It is therefore important for the teachers to impart the right knowledge with a blend of values and morals to bring about the desired change in the society. It is a very delicate profession because students notice every small action of the educator and try to inculcate in themselves the same habit. Teachers must always try to
teach students through their actions, because they do speak louder than words. Sister Geeta very rightly said that “Education is that which takes us
into light, away from our weaknesses and shortcomings”.
Teacher’s award winner and retired lecturer in Political Science, Mr Rajendra Gopal Vyas also visited Radio Madhuban on the occasion of Teacher’s Day. He said that education in schools should not only be limited to rote learning, but must be a balance of knowledge and play. He went on to add that Music and Art should also account for a substantial part of a child’s learning programme while spirituality should constitute an indispensable element of holistic learning.
BK. Geeta, Rajyoga Teacher
Mr. Rajendra Gopal Vyas, Rtd. Lecturer
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On matters of livestock
Extracted from conversations with Dr Satya Narayan.
Cattle, commonly called cow, has been an integral part of the Indian household since the ancient times. In some traditions, cow is hailed as a mother and worshipped at several occasions. Many traditions persuade us to believe the cow as holy and inspire one to pay due respect to the animal.But nowadays, it is not rare to see cows feeding on waste in urban areas. Even in rural households, where cow used to be a very significant part of the entire agricultural process and was considered as livestock, it has lost its place and only a few fortunate farmers can now keep a cow. Lack of awareness and poverty are the two basic reasons for this pathetic condition of cows.
However, since people in Abu Road mainly practice agriculture, Radio Madhuban has taken upon itself the responsibility of spreading the awareness of organic farming and to revive the importance of cattle – livestock. The Indian cow is best suited to Indian climate and conditions. Some exotic breeds like the jersey cow and the Holstein Friesian although have higher milk yield but are prone to diseases and infections in the Indian sub-continent. It thus requires vaccination and proper medical care. Cross breeding of the cow is also quite prevalent these days. The genetic history of the breeding parents must be considered before selecting them to give birth to the best breed of calf. The immune system and milking capacity of different breeds is
different and therefore proper care needs to be taken while selecting the cow. Both natural process and artificial insemination is widely used to breed the cow and to economize animal husbandry.
It is often seen that people continue to milk the cow irrespective of the fact that it is about to give birth to a baby. This makes it more vulnerable to diseases and also affects the health of the calf. Therefore, Dr Narayan advised that milking should be stopped 2 weeks before the calf is born. While the cow is pregnant, it is important to feed the cow proper amounts of proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. But the diet should be limited to only dry grass to ensure healthy pregnancy. Cow should be cared for just as they would-be human mothers. All precautions and measures should be taken to prevent any kind of injury to the cow. Anti-septic lotion and tincture should be kept handy and the cow should be kept in a clean place, away from flies and dogs, to ensure that no infection or diseases harms the cow or the calf.
Often farmers spray chemical fertilizers in their fields to increase the yield. Care must be taken that cow must never be allowed to feed in fields where chemicals have been used. If the cow feeds on the chemicals, it affects its health and also affects the quality of milk, thus in turn the human health. The fodder should be a balance of 20-25% of concentrate ‘chunni’, 20-25% of green grass and 45-50% should be dry grass. Krishi Vigyan Kendra and other veterinary doctors should be consulted on various matters of cow breeding, feeding and health.
Anthrax, fatal disease of cows caused by a bacterium called Bacillus anthracis, is highly infectious. Most outbreaks occur in areas where animals have previously died of anthrax, as the spores remain active for decades.The predominant sign in cattle with anthrax is a progression from a normal appearance to dead in a matter of hours. Most animals are simply found dead.
Once an outbreak begins in the herd, animals may be observed with signs of weakness, fever, excitement followed by depression, difficulty in breathing, un-coordinated movements and convulsions. Bloody discharges from the natural body openings are sometimes observed. After death, the animal’s body rapidly decomposes.
Some animals may be saved if treated very early with penicillin or tetracycline. Vaccination is very effective in preventing further spread in animals. However, full immunity takes 10 to 14 days to develop. Antibiotics must not be used at the same time as vaccines are given, since they interfere with the development of immunity.
It therefore becomes very important to take good care of the cattle and feed them properly. The importance of livestock has been repeatedly emphasized by guests and experts, but Radio Madhuban continues to promote the concept of organic farming and livestock to help the farmer community earn a happy living.
and willingly contributed to the creation of several episodes on themes like renewable energy, waste management, biodiversity, fuels and natural resources etc.
It is immensely significant to spread awareness about sustainability in the local community in order to help in the development of rural and tribal areas. In areas where crucial and pressing issues like water scarcity, malnutrition, poverty and lack of proper sanitation, transport facility and electricity pose a serious challenge to life, its preservation and judicial use of available resources become imperative to societal sustenance.
Our aim is to carry forward this enriching journey of conservation so as to be able to realize the idea of sustainable development.
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Mr. Prem Swaroop, Ex. MLA, UP Prof. Dr. S. Gowri, Director. Educational Multimedia Research Centre, Anna University, Chennai
Mis. Asha Kanwar, President and CEO, Commonwealth of Learning
Seshnath Sua, International Kalbeliya Dancer along with family Mr. Jayanti, Former Singer, AIR, Rajkot
Dr. P.V. Shetty, Jt. Secretary, Mumbai Cricket Association
Mr. Subrattara, Transport Minister,OdishaMr. Rohit Adya, External Affairs Director, Vodafone India Ltd.
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Mr. Arwind Powar, Music Director
Anjali, Bollywood Actress Pamela Jain, Playback Singer
Mr. Ram Shankar,Music Director and his family
Gracy Singh, Bollywood Actress
Mr. Chandan Das, Ghazal Singer
Mr. Devender Rathor, Music Director
Rati Agnihotri, Bollywood Actress
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The role and importance of media
RM: Sir, how do you feel upon your first visit to Radio Madhuban?
NK: I had never thought that small ventures like community radio stations can have such significant influence on the social community. I am aware that the parent organization, the Brahma Kumaris, has been working towards bringing about a qualitative change in human society by inculcating values and morals in people. This effort of starting a community radio station is indeed commendable. In the 34 years of my career in journalism I have come across many organizations but this one is truly one of its own kind. I am hopeful that the credibility of the organization, the sense of purpose of your entire team and the advance modern technological support that you are using here can together help in the development of a large section of society in varied spheres like education, drug de-addiction, gender equality etc.
RM: Sir, a large number of young students want to pursue media and
journalism as a profession. What is your advice for them?
NK: Media today is the most dynamic profession which is swiftly driven by public utility, public interest and public orientation. For instance, in the olden days, the evening shows were usually limited to only entertainment and fiction. But, nowadays the prime time is largely devoted to public discussions with eminent personalities from different walks of life. So media is changing and we need young individuals who can fit in this change and can motivate further growth and development. Students who wish to take up journalism as a profession must read a lot and enhance their knowledge about the basics of social, political and economic foundations of the country. They must be aware of the inter-relations and the interactions of various institutions in a democracy. There is a great need of qualified professionals who can lead this industry. Recently, I interviewed 50 boys and girls and since I did not have much time I asked them all only one question, “Who was Dr. Radhakrishnan?” Can you believe only one could answer that Dr. Radhakrishanan had been the President of our country and I hired him.
RM: In the present scenario, various forces seem to force their opinion on the media. What is your take on this?
NK: I don’t think so. It is not completely right to say that media is influenced by external industrial, political or economic forces because of its dynamic nature. Media is changing and increasing. No force is so large enough as to affect today’s media. There are over 400 media houses and just no one can pressurize them all. Someone or the other will project the right and the wrong. Everything is covered in the electronic, print or social media and issues are given good pitching. No one can escape the media.
However, Indian media is still an advertisement-driven industry. We generate about 70% revenue from
the advertisers and only 30% from the viewers. In Europe, this is not the case. About 90% of their revenue share comes from viewership and only 10% from advertisements. Both electronic and print media face the same challenge.
RM: Sir, in case of an emergency, what must the media personnel do? Should they continue to film it or take action?
NK: Oh, this is a big paradox what the media must do. It is entirely circumstantial and dependent on human factors. For instance, if a child is drowning and the camera man is only recording the event then he is not doing the right act. It also is his duty to do his bit in saving a life. But, if authorities are present and due to their casual attitude, the action is delayed, then, of course, the camera man must project this to the people.
Media is the voice of the people and when values and morals seem to have disappeared from the society media must act to ensure that they are restored. However, humanity is the first priority and no profession must preach otherwise.
RM: It is so often seen that electronic media over-stresses an issue and gives repeated coverage to same events. Don’t you think such practises lead to other important news being neglected?
NK: In every 3 minutes, a new viewer is added to the electronic media. Therefore in order to inform the frequently increasing and varying viewership about a particular piece of news, it is essential to repeatedly focus on it. At times the events are developing in nature. For example if a boy falls in a deep hole or a building or market place catches fire, it is the role of the media to constantly update the viewers about the developments taking place. In case appropriate action is not being taken to curb a situation, it becomes necessary to build the
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The Chief Editor of ‘Live India TV’ and the General Secretary of the Broadcasting Editor’s Association, Mr. NK Singh visited Radio Madhuban and shared some valuable ideas about the role and dynamics of media today. In an interview with our Radio Jockey, he explained various aspects of National Media and the importance of community radio stations. Here are some excerpts from his interview with the Radio Madhuban:
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Radio Madhuban was set up with the aim to provide the community with a platform to showcase their talent in order to promote local artists and encourage art and music. In the past, we have made several attempts to motivate local singers, musicians and other artists by organizing outreach programs, public shows and radio shows. Radio Madhuban also organizes a singing competition every year for the community to bring people together and lift the spirit of young budding talent.
This year, we thought of taking it to another level. Our team promoted the event in the community and encouraged everyone over 5 years of age to audition for the competition. The format of the competition titled “Meri Awaz Hi Pehchan Hai” was designed in a way very similar to a talent hunt. It was divided into 5 phases and each phase was an elimination round to only take
forward the best. The competition started in July with around 250 participants who were judged on several criteria to get the best 6 in the grand finale. Bhagwan Singh, Rafiq, Nivedita, Ruchi Sharma, Akansha and Rashi entered the grand finale after proving their singing abilities in the tough and competitive auditions and following rounds. To increase community participation and make it a big event, public opinion was also considered in selecting the finalists. People were called upon to sms and vote for their favourite singer.
On 4th September, 2013 the grand finale was organized with all the glamour and glitter. Mr. Harish
Moyal, a famous Bollywood singer and Anwar Khan, a music prodigy from Jaipur judged our contestants. They even commented that it was extremely difficult to choose from the final 6, because they all were so close and highly talented. Also, most of them had not received any formal training and it was only surprising to see such brilliant flair in their understanding of music and singing abilities.
However, the judges had to choose 3 winners. Rafiq stood first and was
awarded a trophy and a cash reward of Rs. 11,000. Nivedita bagged the second prize of Rs. 8,000 and Bhagwan Singh stood third and was rewarded with Rs. 5,000.
Our chief guest, Mr. Jitender Kumar Soni, SDM, Mt. Abu appreciated the effort of team Radio Madhuban and expressed the need of such competitions, not only for singing but also for dancing and acting, to promote local talent and provide them with a platform to showcase their skills.
We are thankful to our listeners for supporting us and participating with such zeal and making this event a
Meri Awaz Hi Pehchan Hai
public pressure on government and concerned authorities.
RM: Sir, what message would you like to give to our listeners?
NK: I have come across some statistics and reports which talk about the high rate of drug addiction in this region. People of all age-groups have been affected by this menace. Through the medium of this radio station, I would like to request the people to quit using drugs as they are a threat to life itself. Everyone should understand that life is very precious and we must never indulge in activities that can potentially harm us. Moreover, I am hopeful that people are deriving full benefit from this endeavour of the Brahma Kumaris and that it will lead to societal progress, not only spiritually but also in all other fields of human civilized living.
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success. We are also deeply thankful to our sponsors Mr. Naresh trivedi, Trivedi Marbals, Mr. Govind Rawal, Real India Cooperative Society, Dr. Mahavir Bansal, Bansal Hospitals, Mr. Rameswarlal Agrawal, Aravali Plasto, Mr. Pramod Choudhry, Director, B.S. Memorial, Mr. Sumit Mahendar, Rotary Club and Mr. Mayank, Axis Bank for sponsoring the event and rewarding our winners with generous cash prizes.
We hope that such attempts will bring the community closer and enable people to come forward and participate in community activities.
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Pathami Sanskrutam Every Sunday in Udaan Host of the show: Mrs. Leena Mehendle, Rtd. IAS, Mumbai.
We have recently started a learning segment for Sanskrit language in our show “Udaan” for teaching the language to children. We use Sanskrit Shlokas and basic grammar to make it easy for the listeners to learn. Sanskrit, being an ancient Indian language, will revive the values and cultural heritage that otherwise have gone missing from the society. On her visit to Radio Madhuban, Mrs Mehendle, offered to teach Sanskrit to spread awareness about the language and bring back the love for Indian languages.
It has been one of the primary aims of Radio Madhuban to augment the level of literacy and educational standards in the region. To achieve and support this endeavour, we started a project titled “Shiksha”, under which several activities and outreach programs are organized in order to spread the light of education all around.
In July this year, our team set out to motivate the students of Rajkiya Uchcha Prathmik Vidyalaya in Mordu village, Abu Road. About 50 students of classes up to 6th standard were given notebooks and pencils. The meritorious students, who
Project ‘Shiksha’ - on the way ahead
Udaan Kids Special Sat & Sun (2 to 4 pm)
In an attempt to make learning a fun for children, we have started “kids special” in Udaan in which the listeners are taught certain crafts by using waste material, easy cooking, tongue twisters, music and Sanskrit language. The RM also shares stories of meritorious students to encourage other listeners. We also plan to make field trips to surrounding villages with our listeners to educate them about the natural landscape of the region.
stood among the top 3 in each class, were given notebooks and stationery kits complete with all writing and geometry material. Everyone applauded the efforts of our team because while the government
claims to provide text books to students of the primary classes in government run schools they do not give them note books. Naturally the children fail to manage on their own some of the writing material.
The school authorities and members of the managing committee present appreciated the effort and expressed the need to enhance such activities so as to help these children lay their claim on a bright future. The entire program was broadcast live on Radio Madhuban 90.4 FM with the sole purpose of encouraging the listeners to come forward and help in such endeavours.
Harit Rajasthan has geared up the entire Mount Abu range to plant more than 21 thousand saplings and distribute more than 11,00,000 seeds in the lap of the oldest mountain ranges in the world.
Under the enthusiastic guidance of Mr. Jitendra Kumar Soni IAS, SDM Mount Abu, the whole town has risen as one body to excel in the greening crusade never ever seen before.
In Mount Abu itself the main entrance road from the toll barrier to the bus stand will have a pattern of plantation with Gulmohar (with tree guards), Kaner, Bougainvillea and night queen one after the other as many as possible logically! The Neel Kanth road will have Amaltas, kaner with the help of Mr. Vijendra
Choudhary and Arnay Village! From Gora Chapra to Rotary School there will be the Neem trees with the help of students of Rotary School! Air Force in its lane will plant Har-shringar! From main road to St. Rajeshwar School there will be Sapt Parni, and Amaltas with the help of STC School, and St. Rajeshwar School, while the cremation ground too will be covered with saplings by the students of these two schools! Adhar Devi Road and road around Shaitan Singh Park will be covered with Jacaranda and Kaner alternatively by CRPF and they will also cover Rajendra Marg! Polo Ground will have beautiful flowering plant Gulmandhi with the help of municipality staff and members of Inner Wheel Club. The two roads leading to Sun Set will have their respective plants – Kachnar and Sapt Parni with Kesar Bhavan Palace, Hotel, Sun Set Hotel, and Lions Club.
The main cremation ground below Bharatpur Kothi will have its own plantation of Sapt Parni by Vishram Hotel and the Rotary Club. The road leading to Gau Mukh and the Scout Ground therein will have plantation of Karanj by the Army, CRPF and others.
PRL has joined in with woodland with 80 plants and the Army is going to make beautiful woodlands in its camp with Banyan and Pine. AVM School too is planting in a big manner while Kayzad Contractor too is making woodlands in his Mougali Land. St. Joseph School is planting Tikoma all along Rajednra Marg till Nakki Lake. Enthusiasts in Orian, Achal Garh and Guru Shikhar do not lack in this green spirit. St. Mary’s School students are also doing their bit in this pious and humanitarian crusade!