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Saplings Trees

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Splings Tree

To make Punjab lush Green

 Human life cannot be imagined without trees. They are the very basis of our life. But today man has become so selfish that instead of planting more trees he is rather felling them down, thus disturbing the balance of eco-system. As a result, various diseases have started engulfing men, animals and crops. To solve this problem, Baba Ji has initiated many projects for planting trees. 

At all the branches of Nirmal Kuteya, high quality horticulture nurseries have been established where fruit and flower saplings are prepared and distributed among the people free of cost. 

    Baba Ji has executed large scale programmes for planting trees on the roadsides and river banks and in other waste lands such as cremation grounds, and even in the courtyards of the houses of people. In many villages  ponds of dirty water have been transformed into beautiful parks.  At   Sultanpur  Lodhi,  both  the  banks of the holy river Kali Bein have been beautified with flowery and fruit trees. In most of his sermons, Sant Balbir Singh preaches to the people that tree plantation is a pious duty of all. At every important occasion, he distributes saplings as Prasad (grace) of God to his devotees with an advice not only to plant them but also to take care of them till they grow big. While giving saplings of fruit trees to the people, he also enjoins upon them to bring the fruit of the trees for him to eat. 

 Sant Balbir Singh Ji has not only planted thousands of trees along the Holy Bein but also made attempts to turn the holy city of Sultanpur Lodhi into a green city  by planting trees within the city. A beautiful garden has been planted in the cremation ground of village Seechewal. On the land belonging to the Trust the orchards of plum trees and guava trees have been grown. In these gardens, turmeric crop is grown through natural farming. Inspiration is given to the sewadar families for planting more trees on their private lands.