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Trees for Navroz (Parsi New Year)

Trees for Navroz (Parsi New Year)

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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:

By planting Trees for Navroz, we extend the celebrations beyond personal joy to embrace a larger purpose: nurturing the Earth and securing a greener, healthier future for generations to come.

Planting trees not only resonates with the essence of Navroz but also stands as a testament to our commitment to preserving the environment, improving air quality, supporting biodiversity, and safeguarding the planet's resources.

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As we unite in planting trees on Navroz, we create a legacy of compassion, care, and responsible action. Just as the trees take root and flourish over time, our dedication to a sustainable world blossoms into a powerful force for positive change. Together, let's celebrate Navroz by planting the seeds of hope, fostering growth, and nurturing a more vibrant and sustainable future for our planet.

Tree plantation is crucial for both environmental and social sustainability. Trees play a vital role in absorbing carbon dioxide and producing oxygen, thereby reducing greenhouse gas levels and improving air quality.

In addition, they prevent soil erosion and provide crucial habitats for wildlife. Furthermore, trees can offer various resources, such as timber and fruit, which can create job opportunities and contribute to poverty reduction.

Planting trees also have positive impacts on communities, including improved health outcomes, increased community involvement, and education opportunities. 

In conclusion, planting trees is a simple yet highly effective way to create a healthier environment and a better future for all.

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 is essential for various reasons, including:

  1. Reducing greenhouse gases: Trees absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen, thus reducing the levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.

  2. Preventing soil erosion: Trees help to stabilize the soil, reducing the risk of erosion, especially during heavy rains.

  3. Providing habitat for wildlife: Trees provide shelter and food for many animals and insects.

  4. Improving air quality: Trees absorb pollutants from the air, improving the quality of the air we breathe.

  5. Enhancing beauty: Trees can beautify landscapes and provide shade, making outdoor spaces more pleasant and enjoyable.

  6. Providing resources: Trees can provide us with essential resources such as timber, fruit, and non-timber forest products.

Social Impact:

The social impact of tree plantation can be significant, including:

  1. Job creation: Tree plantations can create employment opportunities, especially in rural areas.

  2. Improved health: Trees can enhance the quality of air and provide shade, leading to better health outcomes for local communities.

  3. Increased community involvement: Tree plantation can bring communities together and promote a sense of ownership and responsibility for the environment.

  4. Improved education: Tree plantation can be used as a tool for education, promoting awareness about the importance of trees and the environment.

  5. Enhanced quality of life: Trees can provide aesthetic, recreational, and environmental benefits, improving the overall quality of life in communities.

  6. Reduced poverty: Tree plantations can provide income-generating opportunities, such as the sale of timber and non-timber forest products, which can help to reduce poverty.

Nowruz Symbolism

Nowruz, or Navroz, symbolizes renewal and the triumph of good over evil. It's celebrated by the Parsi community on the vernal equinox. The rituals include cleaning homes, wearing new clothes, and setting up a "haft-seen" table with seven symbolic items starting with "S." Nowruz highlights the interconnectedness of nature, culture, and spirituality.

Haft-Seen Table

The Haft-Seen table is a central element of Nowruz celebrations. It features seven symbolic items, such as Sabzeh (sprouts), Samanu (sweet pudding), and Seeb (apple), each representing different aspects of life and nature. The table is a visual representation of the renewal and blessings associated with Nowruz, fostering a sense of unity and hope.

Cultural Significance

Nowruz's cultural significance lies in its ancient Zoroastrian roots and Persian heritage. It's a time to embrace nature's cycles, reflect on life's balance, and express gratitude. Celebrated globally, it bridges communities and showcases the rich traditions that unite diverse cultures through the universal themes of growth, renewal, and positivity.

Spring Equinox Celebration

Nowruz, observed around March 20 or 21, welcomes the arrival of spring and its transformative energy. The festivities include planting trees, promoting green initiatives, and engaging in acts of kindness. It embodies the universal human connection to nature's rhythms, fostering a sense of harmony, community, and shared responsibility for the Earth's well-being.

Environmental Consciousness

Nowruz aligns with environmental consciousness by emphasizing renewal, growth, and ecological awareness. The tradition of planting trees on this occasion highlights the connection between cultural celebrations and sustainable practices. By planting trees, communities express their commitment to preserving the environment, ensuring cleaner air, and nurturing a greener planet for generations to come.

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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flexstone labhashree
Environmentally friendly and effective

Love that my purchase supports reforestation

Hi there! Thank you so much for your kind review. We are thrilled to hear that you found our 'Trees for Navroz' product to be environmentally friendly and effective. We are also happy to know that your purchase has made a positive impact on reforestation efforts. Thank you for supporting our cause! Have a wonderful day.

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Shailaja Rajayyan
Perfect for corporate gifts

Planting a tree makes a perfect corporate gift

Hi there! Thank you for your positive review. We're glad to hear that you found our Trees for Navroz to be a great corporate gift. We believe in the importance of giving back to the environment, and we're happy to provide a unique and meaningful gift option for companies. Thank you for supporting our cause!

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Pranai Bissau
Great selection

So many great trees to choose from

Thank you for your kind words! We're thrilled to hear that you enjoyed our selection of trees for Navroz. We strive to provide a variety of options for our customers. Let us know if there's anything else we can assist you with. Happy Navroz!

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Purva Mashru
Nature at its finest

Love being a part of this natural process.

Thank you for your valuable feedback.

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Manimegalai Pushparai
Thriving ecosystem

Contributing to a thriving ecosystem

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FAQ

What is Navroz?

Navroz, also known as Nowruz, is the Parsi New Year, celebrated by the Parsi community. It marks the beginning of the Iranian calendar year and is observed on the vernal equinox, usually around March 20 or 21. Navroz is a celebration of renewal, growth, and new beginnings.

What are the cultural origins of Navroz?

Navroz has its roots in Zoroastrian tradition and Persian culture. It dates back thousands of years and is associated with the arrival of spring, symbolizing the rejuvenation of nature and the triumph of good over evil. The Parsi community in India and other regions continues to celebrate Navroz with cultural events and rituals.

How is Navroz celebrated?

Navroz celebrations often include cleaning and decorating homes, wearing new clothes, and setting up a "haft-seen" table. The "haft-seen" table features seven symbolic items, each starting with the Persian letter "S," representing various aspects of life and nature. Festive meals, community gatherings, and cultural performances are also common during Navroz.

What is the significance of planting trees on Navroz?

Planting trees on Navroz aligns with the themes of renewal and growth associated with the celebration. Just as Navroz signifies a new beginning, planting trees symbolizes a commitment to the environment and a sustainable future. Trees contribute to cleaner air, biodiversity, and a healthier planet, making tree planting a meaningful way to honor Navroz's values.

Why should I participate in "Trees for Navroz"?

By planting trees on Navroz, you symbolize the values of renewal and sustainability. Trees contribute to cleaner air, improved biodiversity, and a healthier planet. It's a meaningful way to celebrate while leaving a positive impact for future generations.

When is the best time to plant trees for "Trees for Navroz"?

The exact date might vary based on regional climate and tree-planting guidelines. Aim for a time around Navroz to align with its themes, but be sure to choose a suitable planting season for your area.

Can I plant any type of tree for this initiative?

It's recommended to plant native tree species that are well-suited to your region's climate and soil. Native trees are more likely to thrive and support local ecosystems.

Is tree planting suitable for urban areas?

Absolutely! Urban areas can benefit greatly from tree-planting initiatives. Consider planting trees in parks, green spaces, school campuses, and even along streets to improve air quality and enhance the urban environment.

How can I involve my community or organization?

Reach out to local community groups, schools, religious centers, and environmental organizations to spread the word about "Trees for Navroz." Collaborative efforts can have a bigger impact.

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