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Nowshera forest division creates NavGrah Vatika
3/18/2023 10:46:46 PM

Early Times Report

Rajouri, Mar 18: A large function was organized by Nowshera Forest Division to inaugurate newly created Nav Grah Vatika and Nakshatra Van in the premises of Meenka Mahadev temple in Changi Kangrial Panchyat of Sunderbani Sub Division. DDC Sunderbani Sh. Rajinder Sharma was the Chief guest on the occasion. While Vivek Verma Conservator of Forests West Circle Rajouri was special guest and Divisional Forest Officer Nowshera Neelima Shah was the guest of the honour. The function was also attended by PRI members along with the large no of devotees and general public to see the first of its kind creation conceptualized by Forest Department.
While speaking on the occasion Vivek Verma Conservator of Forests West Circle Rajouri explained, In Hindu mythology all the God and Goddesses are associated with some trees. Shrubs and creepers, similarly all nine planent are believed to control the destiny of a person are associated with trees bushes and grass.
Navgrah Vatika is a garden of nine trees bushes and grases, which represent nine planets. These trees are planted in a particular direction to get the benefit of nine planets or grah so named Nav Grah Vatika.
Similaraly Nakshatra Van is a 27 divisions in which plants and trees linked to Nakshatras are planted in a cirlcular manner.
The DDC Sunderbani appreciated the unique concept of Nowshera Forest Division to conserve the nature and ecology on religious line by involving religious sentiments of the local people. He emphasized the importance of clean and green environment for the overall well being of mankind.
Neelima Shah Divisional Forest Officer, Nowshera explained in detail about the historical as well as religious importance of plants of Nakshater Van as well as NavGrah Vatika , she said such activities develop a cordial relation between general public and Forest Department which inturn will help in better conservation and protection of natural Forest.
The Range Forest Officer Sunderbani Rakesh Verma expressed his gratitude to people whose attendance made event a grand success. He added that these type of entry point activities will help in developing coordination between Forest Department and local people, which inturn help in better conservation and protection of Forests.
The whole event was coordinated by Block Forest Officer Devak Ved Parkash, Block Forest Officer Dharamsal Rajinder Dev Sharma, Block Forest Officer Sunderbani Rangeel Singh and Block Forest Officer Kangri Didar Singh. The event was organized by Beat Guard Julla Amit Kumar along with active support of other field staff.
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