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Trees for Navratri (15th Oct)

Trees for Navratri (15th Oct)

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Hint: 1 Tree for every Kanya you invite
9 Trees for 9 avatars of Goddess
21 Trees for new beginnings & growth
51 Trees to nurtures family in both spiritual & physical aspects
108 Trees for 108 names of Goddess

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Tree(s) Plantation

A tree(s) native to the region will be planted within 7 -10 days, and post-plantation monitoring will be thoroughly managed.

*You will receive an email/whatsapp notification immediately after the tree(s) plantation. or you can check the current status by logging into "My Account" anytime.

e-Greeting Card of Tree(s) Plantation for Gifting

If you want to gift these tree(s) to your loved ones, You can generate an e-Greeting card for tree(s) plantation by logging into "My Account" after placing order.

*Please generate it within 5 days of placing the order.

e-Certificate of Tree(s) Plantation

A e-certificate of Tree(s) Plantation with the project details will be issued in your name after tree(s) plantation.

*You can download it from "My Account".

Geotag of your Tree(s)

You can immediately track the live location of the project chosen for your tree(s) plantation, by logging into "My Account" or, by scanning the QR code on the certificate.

*You can see Your Name in respective Project/Forest.

Free Gift Vouchers

As soon as you place your order, no-condition Gift Vouchers from our partner brands supporting this cause will be issued to you.

*Please find your no-condition Gift Vouchers by logging into "My Account".

If you want to gift these tree(s) to your loved ones, You can generate an e-Greeting card for tree(s) plantation by logging into "My Account" after placing order.

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Description:

Planting trees during Navratri is a meaningful way to honor the divine feminine energy celebrated during this time. The festival is dedicated to the worship of various forms of the Goddess, who is often associated with nature and fertility.

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By planting trees, we can show gratitude for the abundance and blessings of the natural world and pay homage to the divine feminine. Nurturing and caring for a new sapling reflects the nurturing qualities of the Goddess.

In Hindu mythology, all nine forms of Durga, the goddess of power and strength, are associated with different aspects of nature. However, the form of Durga known as Maa Prakriti or Shailputri is specifically associated with nature. She is worshipped on the first day of Navratri and is believed to represent the earth and the natural world. Her name, Shailputri, literally means "daughter of the mountains".

Scope:

  • Enhancement of Biodiversity
  • Increase in Green Cover
  • Reduction of Man-Animal Conflict
  • Generation of Rural Employment
  • Improvement of Wildlife Habitats 

Tree Species:

The species of trees that are planted depend on the project, and they are chosen based on their native habitat in the corresponding ecological zone.

Why trees?

Tree plantation during Navratri has significant benefits for both the environment and society. Here are four reasons why planting trees during this auspicious time is crucial:

  1. Celebrating the connection between Shakti and nature
  2. Promoting environmental sustainability
  3. Contributing to the fight against climate change
  4. Creating a sense of community and responsibility

By planting trees during Navratri, we can show our love and devotion to Lord Shiva and Goddess Durga while making a positive impact on the environment. Let us pledge to continue planting and caring for trees throughout the year to create a greener and sustainable future for ourselves and future generations.


Navratri tree planting

Creating a green community during Navratri can include tree planting and promoting sustainable practices to create a positive impact on the environment.

Create Your Forest

How to create a Forest?

One tree at a time.

  • You can create your own forest by planting trees with your family and friends on every important event or milestone in your life.
  • You can plant a tree on your birthday, anniversary, promotion
  • You can plant a tree on festivals like Diwali, Christmas, Eid and New Year to wish your friends and family
  • Releases Oxygen

    A mature tree produces around 120 kilograms of oxygen per year, which is sufficient for one human per year.

  • Reduces Air Pollution

    A tree absorbs harmful gases like CO2, NO2 released by factories and vehicles, which can have serious health problems for us

  • Removes CO2

    A Tree removes 22 KGs of CO2 from atmosphere per year, which is equivalent to the CO2 realeased by a human in 10 days.

  • Cooling Effect

    A Tree generates cooling effect of around 10 room size ACs by providing shade and through a process of transpiration.

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Sayyed Sarfaraz Shah
Easy and eco-friendly

Planting a tree has never been so easy

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Preethi Rajendran
Perfect match

The trees were a perfect match for our yard

Thank you for your kind words! We are glad to hear that the trees were a perfect fit for your yard. We hope they bring joy and beauty to your space during Navratri. Happy planting!

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Sandesh Sadhale
Happy to make a difference

Proud to support reforestation efforts

Hi there! Thank you so much for your kind words and for supporting our Trees for Navratri campaign. We are thrilled to hear that you are happy to make a difference and proud to be a part of our reforestation efforts. Your support means a lot to us and we appreciate it greatly. Thank you for being an eco-conscious customer!

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Ashok Shende
Love the cause

Love supporting a great cause

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Nilashri Kene
Thrilled with My Tree Kit!

Easy and convenient setup!

Thank you for your valuable feedback.

FAQ

What is Navratri?

Navratri is a Hindu festival that is celebrated for nine nights and ten days in honor of the divine feminine goddess, Durga. It typically takes place in the Hindu month of Ashwin (September-October), although there is also another Navratri that occurs in the month of Chaitra (March-April). The word Navratri literally means "nine nights" in Sanskrit, and it symbolizes the triumph of good over evil. During Navratri, devotees worship the nine forms of Goddess Durga, known as Navadurga. Each day of Navratri is dedicated to one of these forms of the goddess, and devotees offer prayers, perform special rituals, and fast during this period.

Why are trees planted during Navratri?

Trees are planted during Navratri as a way to honor and celebrate nature, which is seen as a manifestation of the divine feminine energy.

What is the relation between Shailputri and tree plantation?

In Hindu mythology, all nine forms of Durga, the goddess of power and strength, are associated with different aspects of nature. However, the form of Durga known as Maa Prakriti or Shailputri is specifically associated with nature. She is the first form of Durga and is depicted as a young woman holding a trident and riding a bull. She is worshipped on the first day of Navratri and is believed to represent the earth and the natural world. Her name, Shailputri, literally means "daughter of the mountains,"

What types of trees are planted during Navratri?

The types of trees planted during Navratri depend on the region and tradition. Common trees include neem, mango, peepal, and banyan.

What is the significance of neem trees during Navratri?

Neem trees are considered sacred during Navratri because they are believed to have medicinal and purifying properties. They are also associated with the goddess Durga.

What is the significance of mango trees during Navratri?

Mango trees are associated with the goddess Lakshmi and are planted during Navratri as a symbol of abundance and prosperity.

What is the significance of peepal trees during Navratri?

Peepal trees are considered sacred in Hinduism and are associated with the god Vishnu. They are planted during Navratri as a way to honor the divine.

What is the significance of banyan trees during Navratri?

Banyan trees are associated with the goddess Kali and are planted during Navratri as a symbol of strength and longevity.

Where are trees planted during Navratri?

Trees are planted in various locations during Navratri, including temples, public spaces, and private residences.

How are trees planted during Navratri?

Trees are typically planted with a ceremony that involves prayer and offerings to the gods and goddesses.

What are some benefits of planting trees during Navratri?

Benefits of planting trees during Navratri include improving air and water quality, providing shade, and supporting biodiversity.

How can I get involved in tree planting during Navratri?

You can get involved in tree planting during Navratri by joining a local community group or temple

Why is giving trees as a gift a good idea?

Giving trees as a gift is a good idea because trees provide a long-lasting and meaningful present that symbolizes growth, life, and sustainability.

Can I personalize the tree?

Yes, you can personalize the gift of a tree via a certificate and a personalized greeting card with the gift.

Can I choose where the tree is planted?

No, tree plantation happens in bulk in forest with capacity of 10,000 or more plants. location is chosen based availability.

How can giving trees as gifts be environmentally friendly?

Giving trees as gifts can be environmentally friendly because trees provide numerous benefits, such as absorbing carbon dioxide, improving air and water quality, and providing habitats for wildlife.

How much does it cost to give a tree as a gift?

The cost of giving a tree as a gift start at Rs 99. It can vary depending on the tree species, size, and where it is located.

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