I want a country covered with trees, I want my right to live

8 October 2022, Raj Bhawan, Dehradun, Uttarakhand – Today, on the 40th education day of Acharya Dr Lokesh ji, a seminar was organized by Ahimsa Vishwa Bharti and Vishwa Shanti Kendra, in which the National Military Association gave special support. In this seminar, the contribution of saints in the conservation of nature and Indian culture was discussed.

World famous Swami Ramdev said that the work done by Yoga of India in the direction of health benefits in the world has no parallel. He said that one cow and one acre of land is enough to feed a family.

Swami Chidanand Saraswati Maharaj, President of Parmarth Niketan, Rishikesh, told that the need for conservation of nature is more than what is needed for conservation of culture. I myself have traveled the tree.

The Chief Guest of the seminar, Hon'ble Governor of Uttarakhand, Lieutenant General Gurmeet Singh said that culture and nature should also be seen from the point of view of the nation. Presently the nation will be built only by the confluence of Digitality and Divinity and its basis is also culture and nature.

Acharya Dr. Lokesh ji, founder of Ahimsa Vishwa Bharati and Vishwa Shanti Kendra, said that mental pollution is more dangerous than physical pollution. Today he distributed a pen to the whole house from which the seeds of plants come out.

While conducting the program, Colonel Tejendra Pal Tyagi, the National President of the Rashtriya Sainik Sanstha, who received the Vir Chakra, said that if the Sanatan traditions wear the cloak of the environment, then it becomes Hindu religion. Is it not true that Goddess Shailputri is related to Haran plant, Goddess Brahmacharini is related to Brahmi, Mahagauri is related to Tulsi and Sidhidatri is related to Shatavari? The wind is that neither the air is clean, nor the food is clear, the river that was mine, that is also not clean, I want my right to live, I want a country covered with trees.

The contribution of Indian saints in saving the culture from being polluted and in maintaining the nature as much as possible is unimaginable, which has become very intense from today.