Trees are important part of our environment, culture and for our life. In our country India we offer prayers to many trees like banayan, pipal etc. but in past few decades due to effect of western culture we not only stopped offering prayers but the focus of society for plantation program is on trees which grows faster and have been brought to India from western culture. For banayan, pipal, neem and other Indian trees are not only best for long time as they give too much to us in the form of life, shadow, coolness, etc. Neem is the best antibiotic tree commonly available in neighborhood when we are child. Pipal is a common tree found in every temple and people offer water it regularly. Nimboli of neem and barbantas of banayan are still alive in my memories. Here I request the Indian government to save Indian culture government must start planting these trees in government schools, colleges and other plantation programmes. So many initiatives to save environment is being taken and plantation of indian trees must be part of the government agenda. Too much of blank land exist in green belts, government schools, colleges, universities, government offices, hospitals where many programmes are organized for plantation programmes. Government nurseries must start development of new breed of above mentioned trees which offer some commercial benefit also to the peoples and grows faster so that common peoples automatically motivated towards the planation of these trees. Trees are part of our culture, we must save our culture. We must teach our children’s importance of these trees on environment day and take them towards our Rich Indian culture.
At last SAVE TREES, PLANT TREES HAVING LONG LIFE, SAVE CULTURE.