Celebrate this Diwali the Green Way

With blessings from Maha Lakshmi and Sri Ganesha

It’s more important than ever before to boost our green cover while we are struggling with deteriorating air quality and rising carbon footprint. Your decision to plant a tree can help offset the detrimental impact of pollution on you and your loved one. The festival of lights invites you to brighten your tomorrow by being conscious about your role in creating a healthier planet. 

Trees are not only sentinels that form a barrier between us and a plethora of environmental threats. It promotes sustainability and enables communities to come together and take action.

Why is it important? 

  • Habitat for wildlife
  • Increase in Green Cover
  • Provide air pollution control services
  • Provide flood control services
  • Enable soil conservation
  • Create spaces for people to connect with nature
  • Celebrate and preserve native species

Which species will be planted? 

The species of trees that are planted depend on the project and its location. Only native species that are best adapted to surviving in that particular habitat will be selected for the plantation.

In conclusion, planting trees on Diwali strengthens community bonds, provides environmental education, improves quality of life, and promotes mindful celebrations. It is a socially impactful activity that not only enhances the environment but also promotes a sense of unity and responsibility among individuals and communities.

At only ₹ 299 INR you can support the plantation and maintenance of one tree this Diwali.

Hint: 5 Trees to celebrate all five days of Diwali
On this Diwali, enhance the celebration by planting 11 trees alongside lighting 11 diyas

What do you get?

  • E-Certificate of Tree(s) Plantation
  • Geotag of your Tree(s)


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Note: As per the Indian Income Tax department’s rules, a donor is required to add their full name, address and Pan number in case they wish to claim tax exemption.