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Saving Trees

Saving trees is considered important in Hinduism for several reasons:

  1. Respect for nature: Hinduism places a high value on the interconnectedness of all living things and the importance of living in harmony with nature. Trees are seen as integral parts of this interconnected web of life, and as such, they are deserving of respect and protection.

  2. Religious significance: Many trees in Hinduism have religious significance and are associated with particular deities. For example, the banyan tree is considered the dwelling place of the Hindu god Shiva, and the peepal tree is associated with the goddess Kali.

  3. Environmental responsibility: Hindus believe that humans have a responsibility to protect and preserve the natural world for future generations. This includes protecting and preserving forests and the trees within them.

  4. Climate change: Hinduism recognizes the impact that human activities have on the environment, and the importance of taking action to mitigate the effects of climate change. Saving trees is seen as an important part of this effort, as they play a critical role in absorbing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and producing oxygen.

  5. Spiritual practice: In Hinduism, acts of service and devotion to others, including trees and other forms of life, are considered important spiritual practices. By protecting and preserving trees, individuals can demonstrate their compassion for the natural world and their commitment to their spiritual path.

Therefore, saving trees is seen as an important aspect of Hinduism, both from a religious and environmental perspective. It is a way of showing respect for nature, preserving the environment for future generations, and fulfilling one's spiritual duty to protect and serve others.



Jagat Guru ji has been doing plantation work from time to time, Guru ji has planted thousands of saplings, he says that by planting saplings, pollution is spreading very fast in this machine age.
It is necessary for prevention and the country is green, we get fruits from the plants we get clean air.
Santoshi Baba told his devotees to take a pledge that we will plant saplings every year and contribute to save the country by planting saplings.
On this occasion, Guru ji planted saplings in the presence of devotees and after that, while giving discourse and inspiration to the
devotees to plant saplings, he said that the human body is made up of five elements.
For the protection of all of whom it is necessary to have forests, plant trees and protect the Panch Mahabhunts. On this occasion, Manoj Jain, Rakesh Bansal, Dr. Harshvardhan,
Dr. Gopaldas Maheshwari, Shivkumar, Prakashchand Goyal, Sonu, Vedprakash Yadav etc were present