GET PLANTS

मिशन ग्रीन दिल्ली का पेज लाइक करें  —>

मैं देख रहा हूँ की दिल्ली को हरा भरा बनाने में लोग बड़ी तेजी से जागरूक हो रहे हैं. रोज मुझे दिल्ली के किसी ना किसी व्यक्ति का कॉल आता है और वो यही पूछता है की क्या मिशन ग्रीन दिल्ली पौधे देता है. मिशन ग्रीन दिल्ली एक इनफार्मेशन शेयरिंग प्लेटफार्म है और हम पौधों का डिस्ट्रीब्यूशन नहीं करते हैं। मेरा आप से अनुरोध है की नीचे दिए गए पौधों के टाइल्स पर क्लिक करें और नर्सरी से कांटेक्ट करें। आपको मुफ्त में या सामान्य मूल्य में पौधे आवश्यक मिल जाएंगे। या नीचे दिया गया फॉर्म भरें । धन्यवाद।

To join ‘MISSION GREEN DELHI’ wattsapp group to connect with other members send wattsapp message to 9910162399

Visit Delhi Government Website  for free saplings

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:08 am
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    I AM INTERESTED IN PLANTING FICUS PANDA TREE ALONGSIDE BOUNDARY WALL OF THE SOCIETY CAN YOU TELL FROM WHERE I CAN GET THESE TREES AT REASONABLE RATE. I LOVES GREE AND PLANTED SOME TREES FROM CUTTING IN NTHE SOCIETY BUT REQUIRES SOCIETY IS NAVRACHNA APPARTMENT EAST ARJUN NAGAR DELHI 110032 NEAR DRE HEADGEVAR HOSPITAL/KARKARDOOMA COURT WITH WARM REGARD

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:10 am
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    I am writing on behalf of Naturals and we are in the business of Spas and Salons.
    On the occasion of World Environment Day we want to do our bit in making the World green and a better place to live in by giving out free saplings to all our clients who visit the stores on the 5th of June
    And encourage them to plant the same in their home/neighborhood.
    For the reason mentioned above, we would require around 120 saplings in Delhi.
    Could you please suggest where I could avail the same?

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:11 am
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    We are a low cost quality education provider with the aim and objective of providing education to all especially in low income groups.

    We have a similar setup at Ayanagar, New Delhi with the name Effect International School.

    Sir, we would appreciate if we get support of saplings and green plants for our school.

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:12 am
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    This is in reference to our new commitment with The DDA club, Pitampura, New Delhi-34. We would like to plant 100 trees in there club. We request you to kindly help us to avail free plants to make delhi as green as we can.

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:13 am
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    Today we searched najafgarh nursery but failed to trace it out. Kindly help us how to acquire free saplings .
    Our school is bushes Bharati public school , Dwarka , sector 6

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:14 am
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    We are planning to organize Blood Donation Camp for Indian Army on 6th August 2017. We are also planning to give one sapling to each donor. Please advise us how your organization can help us out in this matter.

    Please take the matter on priority since we are running short of time.

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:15 am
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    i am from Uttam Nagar New Delhi, i want help to the environment. So, please suggest me my near by nursary where i get free plant for plantong trees in park.

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:15 am
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    I need 5 to 10 free saplings for the purpose of a plantation drive. I and a group of my friends want spread awareness about the plants and their importance among kids. We are conducting a drive for the same and would require saplings.

    I stay in Janak Puri and want the saplings by Saturday. Please let me know where I can get those nearby. Also I work in Gurgaon and can take from there as well.

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:16 am
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    मैं दिल्ली के आम नागरिक हूँ. दिल्ली मेरी जन्म भूमि है. और मैं दिल्ली को बेहद स्नेह करती हूँ. अपनी दिल्ली को साफ सुथरा, सुन्दर और हरा भरा रखने में विश्वास रखती हूँ.. पौधों और पेड़ों और बागवानी में अपना सहयोग देना चाहती हूँ. क्या आप मुझे पौधें या बीज मुफ़्त में उपलब्ध करा सकते है. यदि हाँ तो कृपया बताएं, की मुझसे इसके लिए क्या करना होगा.

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:17 am
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    Got your reference through the website , i along with my friends want to plant trees in my area for which we need around 20 neem saplings, Kindly confirm if the same can be issued free of cost to us .

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:18 am
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    Can the plants be delivered to house? Where in Kamla Nehru Ridge can we get the plants?

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  • July 28, 2017 at 11:19 am
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    I am a resident of civil lines,North Delhi .I want to plant about 50 saplings (of ever green trees like neem, jamun, kachnar ext.) during this monsoon. pl advice from where I can obtain healthy plants for the same.

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  • August 4, 2017 at 11:29 pm
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    Hi this is sriram from YBM travels, I wright this message for clarification.

    We are planed to give a sapling plants for our valuable customer as a complementary who are all traveling in our bus, If there is any possibility to offer a free plant from your side to make small revolution. I possible mean please drop a mail to this same Email.

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  • mm
    August 8, 2017 at 1:51 pm
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    We here at esichospital noida sector 24, have patches of land required to be turned green.We will be obliged if you can help us.
    minimum 8 to 10 plants can be planted
    Thankyou

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  • mm
    August 8, 2017 at 1:51 pm
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    Dear All

    I am looking to get free seedlings as mentioned in attached screenshot of website, tried reaching all the telephone numbers however non of it respond?

    Kindly suggest how to get free plants

    Thanks & Regards

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  • mm
    August 8, 2017 at 1:52 pm
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    I am a resident of Nava Kairali Co-Operative Housing society, Dwarka( Complete address undersigned). I am also part of Society’s Sports Committee.

    On the upcoming Independence day, I along with other residents of society are planning to do a plantation drive in and around society premises for which we would need different variety of plant saplings. It would be great help with this green inititative if we can get your assistance to source these saplings.

    Please let know how we can take this request forward.

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  • mm
    August 10, 2017 at 12:51 pm
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    Feeling happy to be connected with the team. We distributed plants on 15th July at Mangolpuri to 100 people focusing green environment

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  • mm
    August 10, 2017 at 12:52 pm
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    Please ensure watering every week for two years. Regular tilling of soil, removal of unwanted plants and organic manure periodically.

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  • mm
    August 10, 2017 at 12:52 pm
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    Plantation ke baad real challenge start hota hai. Please plan only native species. Preferably neem, Peepal, banhan, jackfruit, mangoes, Jamun. Any fruit bearing tree.

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  • mm
    August 11, 2017 at 3:04 pm
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    Dr A V Baliga Memorial Trust has formed 15 Youth Clubs at Mangolpuri. YCs are working for Ecologicsl Rights of people in which green environment is an important component. The Youth are making people aware on plantation through street plays, sapling distribution, offering plants as birthday gifts or competition prizes. Youth are also painting pictures, taking part in plantation and taking care of community parks. I will share photographs very soon.

    Dear friends, if you are interested for street plays on green environment or air pollution or gender issues you are welcome to contact me or Shubham Kumar, the youth club member. Thanks

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  • mm
    August 31, 2017 at 2:23 pm
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    i think school and other government organisations can get saplings from mcd and ndmc.

    ndmc recently run a drive for plantation…..they did good job.

    if somebody here from mcd and ndmc they can guide us …….or We can contact horticulture department and collaborate

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  • March 26, 2018 at 3:12 pm
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    Saplings are available free of cost from the following Fourteen Nurseries of this Department:

    1. Kamla Nehru Ridge, – 23923561
    2. Anand Vihar (Behind ISBT) – 22166232
    3. Bhairon Marg (Ring Road)
    4. Old Yamuna Bridge
    5. Hauzrani City Forest (M.B.Road) – 26561439
    6. Alipur City Forest (Old Seed Farm) – 27204688
    7. Brar Square (Near Rly. Cross Ring Rd. Cantt.) – 25696875
    8. Poonth Kalan (Near Sultanpuri Bus Terminal) – 25483026
    9. Badli Nursery (Near Badli Railway Station)
    10. Nazafgarh Forest Nursery (Old BDO Office)
    11. Kharkhari Nursery (Near Kharkhari Jatmal Agricultural Seed Farm)
    12. Deoli Pahari Nursery (Behind Sainik farms)
    13. Tughlakabad Nursery (Near shooting range) – 26094711
    14. Birla Mandir Nursery – 23361879

    Saplings can be collected from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm on all working days.

    “TREES ARE OUR LIFE LINE, GROW MORE TREES” Source – Department of Environment – http://www.delhi.gov.in/wps/wcm/connect/environment/Environment/downloads/List+of+nurseries

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  • March 26, 2018 at 3:14 pm
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    Chirag Nursery (DDA Owned)
    Phone: 011-29257263
    Chirag Dilli, New Delhi, Delhi 110017

    Other Inquiry/Service Centre-details –
    Madarsa Nursery, Safdarjung Road – 23013618
    Purana Quila Nursery – 23070487
    Circular Road Nursery – 23011149

    Office of the Additional Principal Chief Conservator of Forests,
    Department of Forests and Wildlife, Govt. of NCT of Delhi,
    Vikas Bhawan A-Block, 2 nd Floor, I.P. Estate, New Delhi-110002
    Tel: – 011-23370679

    NDMC whatsapp no. 08588887773

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 12:52 pm
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    Is there any forum to complain about people not letting newly planted trees grow? There are some nonsense people living in our surroundings

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 12:53 pm
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    वाता वान्तु सुखप्रदा: प्रवहतां स्रोत:सु शुद्धं जलम्।
    शुद्धा बुद्धिरहैतुकी सरलता व्याहार आह्लाददा।।
    मेध्यायां भुवि यज्ञकर्मनिरता हृष्यन्तु वै मानवा:।
    सर्वेषां सततं सुखं विलसतां संवत्सरे नूतने।।

    Bhupesh Khatri

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 12:56 pm
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    Dear All, Pls confirm from where I can get FREE Plants. My location is in Punjabi Bagh. I have to planting in our colony for cows and other pets.

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 12:58 pm
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    You can get from nearby nursery or forest dept.
    If you can manage to water these on daily basis , or plant after June end, that will be great for their nourishment

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:01 pm
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    We have a plantation program by one of my friend ngo dated 20th march in a school.
    Anyone who wana be part can
    Go to facebook- GREENTRIBES
    And see the event .
    Let’s adopt plants

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    प्रकृति का अभिनंदन करें…

    सोचकर देखें कि यदि हरियाली ना हो तो जिन्दगी कितनी नीरस हो जाएगी। ये पर्वत, ये नदियाँ, ये झरने, ये वन-उपवन हमें जीवंतता प्रदान करते हैं।

    ये पक्षी हमारी संस्कृति का अंग हैं और इनके संरक्षण से हमारा अस्तित्व सुरक्षित है। ये पक्षीगण, चमगादड़, कीट-पतंगे, तितलियां परागण क्रिया में सहयोगी होकर हमें फल-फूल, अनाजों के उत्पादन में सहायता प्रदान करते हैं।

    पक्षियों का फुदकना, चहकना, और उड़ना हमारे लिये कौतूहल का विषय रहें हैं, परन्तु क्या हम भी कुछ इनके लिये करते हैं?

    आइये, आज संकल्प लें कि हम इनके लिये आश्रय-स्थल, नेस्ट-बॉक्स उपलब्ध करायेंगे। इनके लिये दाना-पानी की व्यवस्था करेंगे। हम इनके लिये चहचाएँगे, इनकी बात करेंगे और पृथ्वी को इनके गीतों से गुंजायमान करेंगे। इन्हें प्रेम देकर अपना जीवन सार्थक करेंगे।

    शुभ विश्व गौरैया दिवस!!

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:11 pm
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    Green the city you live in…

    Green spaces make us happier if we enjoy their warmth by inhaling more pure oxygen and making us healthier.

    We need more plants in the cities, so every road should be adorned by green avenues, more green parks, and every house and office should have at least 10-20 flower pots, to make us feel with Nature.

    It’s possible only when we have green heart. Our population is booming, making the urban environment the fastest growing habitat on Earth. Appreciate more butterflies, beetles, bats, and birds in our green balcony than a tiger in the forests.

    Only then our cities would be ‘smart’, if they are green, clean and full of colorful flowers…

    HAPPY WORLD FORESTRY DAY!!

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:12 pm
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    How to use bamboo for plantation purpose. Kindly guide plz.

    Like which soil suits the best for this type of plantation

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:13 pm
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    There is one called kamla nehru ridge nursery near Delhi University north campus

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:14 pm
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    Hi everyone, i need 4 small indoor plants for my room. I did a bit of a research on the internet at my own end and found the names of these-:

    1. English ivy
    2. Chinese evergreen
    3. Jade plant
    4. Spider plant
    5. Peace lily
    6. Alaonema

    If anyone can provide me with any 4 of these then it’d be really great and helpful.
    Thank you in advance

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    • mm
      March 29, 2018 at 1:15 pm
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      Please visit
      DLF
      Mall of India
      Sec-18 Noida
      First floor
      Kiosk- Nature Goes Urban.

  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:16 pm
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    If u want to purchase i can give u the number. Ankita Suppliers; Sector 8 R.K. PURAM N. DELHI

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:18 pm
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    indoor plants have to be carefully selected.. better to buy from one of these guys for a price. they do a lot research and offer the best ones… low maintenance, decorative, plant values like pollution control etc.. these prices are very nominal👍🏼 better cut the cost on pizza and movies to invest on such live treasures🙏

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:19 pm
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    हौसले के तरकश में कोशिश का वो तीर ज़िंदा रखो,
    हार जाओ चाहे जिन्दगी में सब कुछ,f
    मगर फिर से जीतने की उम्मीद जिन्दा रखो…

    सुप्रभात🙏
    मोहित त्यागी 🌱💐

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:19 pm
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    बिन पानी सब सून…

    कहते हैं कि जिसका पानी उतर गया वो क्या आदमी? कोई कितने पानी में है, कई लोग यही नापते रह जाते हैं और कोई अपनी विनम्रता से ही पानी-पानी कर देता है।

    पानी इतना महत्वपूर्ण है कि इसके बिना जीवन सम्भव नहीं है। सोचकर देखें कि यदि पानी ना हो या कम हो तो हमारा जीवन कितना नीरस होगा! तैराकी, नौकायन, राफ्टिंग और अन्य जल-खेल समाप्त हो जायेंगे। महिलाओं को लंबे बाल रखना दूभर हो जाएगा। और पानी के लिये राशन की लाइन में खड़ा होना पड़ेगा।

    नदियाँ समाप्त हो जाएंगी तो कितने ही मेले, उत्सव, समाप्त हो जायेंगे। हमारी पृथ्वी पर तीन-चौथाई पानी ही है, परन्तु पीने का स्वछ जल केवल बाल्टी में एक चमच्च भर समान है।

    आइये, पानी का केवल सदुपयोग करें, 8-10 गिलास पानी रोज़ पियें, मगर एक भी बूँद व्यर्थ न जाने दें।

    क्योंकि हम कितने भी विद्वान हो जायें, H2+O2=H20 वाले सूत्र से या किसी संयंत्र से पानी नही बना सकते। यह केवल प्रकृति के द्वारा ही सम्भव है…

    शुभ विश्व जल दिवस!!

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:21 pm
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    Our nature and surroundings are much appreciated in poetry and worshipped by people. Yet, with the progress of civilisation, our vision of the cleaner, greener and happier Earth is getting blurred day by day. One such terrorising factor is climate change, which continues to thrive.

    We are now facing massive repercussions of the exploitation of our natural resources in the form of climate change. The common symptoms are average temperature rise, change in precipitation pattern, or instances of extreme weathers. The glaciers are melting faster than ever, which could cause a rise in sea level (predicted up to 4 feet by 2100) and subsequently inundate the coastal areas, forever.

    The question that arises now is that what are the effects of climate change in our country? A study by International Monetary Fund says that tropical countries including India will be the worst sufferers of climate change in the days to come. The weather is getting warmer with each year.

    Potable drinking water is becoming scarce. Recently, Cape Town became the first city to run out of water. BBC made a list of cities that would probably run out of water and Bangalore ranked 2nd on the list. Water is an irreplaceable resource, and it is time we do our bit to save water.

    It is our generation that detected climate change, and it is our generation who has the last chance to solve this. Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate Change (MoEFCC), Government of India has launched a nationwide campaign called ‘Green Good Deeds’ on 15th February 2018. This initiative focuses on inculcating simple lifestyle changes that can be instrumental in reducing the hazards of climate change and global warming.

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:22 pm
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    Hi,
    Will you please post this message in the known groups so that it gets circulated, thanks.

    This is the season of fruits like mango, jamun, jack fruit Etc. My request to all of us is kindly don’t throw the seeds, wash them and keep it in a plastic pouch or preferably a good double wrapped paper bag or bin in your car. Whenever you go out and find baren land while travelling, on a highway throw these seeds. They will germinate easily the coming monsoon. If with this act we can contribute even a single tree each to our world, our mission is successful. This is not just a random idea. It was initiated decades ago in areas like satara and ratnagiri in maharastra. Many other districts have appealed to people to spread abundance in nature this way and many citizens have joined this wonderful mission. It wud b wonderful if all of us also join this and contribute back to our next generations world.
    Thank you 🙏🏻

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:22 pm
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    कई दिनों से एक विचार मन में आ रहा है, सोचा आप लोगों से शेयर करूँ। हम में से अधिकतर लोग नवरात्रे रखते हैं। अंत में कंजक भी बिठाते हैं। प्रसाद रूप में उन्हें पूरी, छोले, हलवा, साथ में कोई गिफ्ट देते हैं। हम सभी देखते हैं कि किस तरह प्रसाद के बड़े बड़े थैले लिए कंजके गली गली घूमती हैं मुझे ऐसा महसूस होता है कि या तो आधा प्रसाद व्यर्थ जाये गा या उसे खत्म करते करते बासी भोजन से बीमार हो जायेगी ।
    क्या आप को नहीं लगता कि आज के समय के अनुसार हम कुछ बदलाव करके उन्हें कोई उपयोगी वस्तु दे सकते हैं।
    जैसे toothpaste, brush, soap, oil for hair इत्यादि इसके अलावा कच्चे चावल, दालें, सरसों का तेल, आटा इत्यादि। ताकि आपका दिया व्यर्थ ना जाए अपितु
    उनका 2-4 दिन का गुजारा चल सके🙏🏼🙏🏼
    सोच बदलो, देश बदलो
    एक बार विचार जरूर करें 🙏🏼🙏🏼

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    • April 25, 2018 at 11:01 am
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      पिछले 15 सालो से मैं बच्चो को टिफिन बॉक्स ही दे रहा हूँ. और साथ में प्रसाद. जितना खाना हो बैठ कर खा ले और फल घर ले जाये

  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:25 pm
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    If you donate $10,000, we could assist 25 to 50 projects with micro finance assistance in the range of 400 to 200 dollars each. Not just the money, but, mentoring and domain expertise could be arranged from this ecosystem to make each one of them grow with mission green Delhi projects

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:26 pm
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    The Chipko Movement was started by Gaura Devi and other women who hugged trees in the forest of Rainney. Sundarlal Bahuguna and Chandi Prasad Bhatt Ji joined the movement later on.

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:27 pm
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    I can help if you need something internationally. But whatever you do should be transparent and in accordance to spirit of your mission and vision.

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  • mm
    March 29, 2018 at 1:27 pm
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    Overpopulation of birds is sustenance.
    We need to unplug so called concrete life to
    Work and be in nature and eco

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  • April 23, 2018 at 10:16 pm
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    Get plants from Kamla Nehru Nursery, Kamla Nehru Ridge, Civil Lines, Delhi, 110007

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  • April 23, 2018 at 10:18 pm
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    Get plants from DDA Nursery, C Block, Naraina Vihar, Naraina, New Delhi, Delhi 110028

    OR

    MCD Plant Nursery
    3, Sir Ganga Ram Hospital Marg, Old Rajinder Nagar, Rajinder Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110060

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