The RJS Rashtriya Van-Mahotsav webinar will be held on 28 June.
New Delhi. The Van-Mahotsav is celebrated in the first week of July to encourage tree planting by the Government of India. It was started in the 1960s by the then Agriculture Minister Kanhaiyalal Manik Lal Munshi. Plantation is still the need of the hour. In view of this, RJS Rashtriya Van-Mahotsav webinar is being organized on 28 June 2020 by Ram Janaki Sansthan (RJS) and Tapasil Jati Adibasi Prakatan Sainik Krishi Vikas Shilpa Kendra (TJAPS KBSK) Hooghly, West Bengal.
RJS National Convenor Uday Kumar Manna said that on the subject of “Climate change impacts on water, forest, land and greenery” * Jalpurush Rajendra Singh will address RJS Family and Positive Media associated with 25 states. Founder of Tarun Bharat Sangh and Raman Magsaysay awardee Rajendra Singh solved the water problem with the return of traditional johad in drought prone areas like Alwar, Rajasthan.
Gradually this campaign spread across India including Rajasthan and today he is known as Jal Purush. RJS observer Deep Mathur told that the webinar is the chief guest of the Bhoodan movement co-founder Vinoba Bhave and founder of Shanti Sadhana Ashram Guwahati (Assam), Sant Hem Bhai.
Dr. D. Saha, former Additional Director of Central Pollution Control Board, Dr. Vishnu Puri, Dr. Vahab and Rajesh Sharma, a nature devotee, etc. are the authors of the environmental book.
The RJS family and positive media from several states have been invited to the webinar. Soumen Koley , Secretary-TJAPS KBSK said that Under the Positive India Movement Awareness Campaign, nature lovers from many states have done the pious work of motivating others by sending video recordings of their home and surrounding greenery.
Their names are – Prof. R.K.Kadian from Ramjag Singh Haryana, the inspiration of RJS.
Yogi-poet Prem Bhatia from Delhi, Dr. Narendra Tatesar, Arun Sharma, Mukesh Bhatnagar, Ghulam Rasul Dehalvi, Ashish Pandey from Madhya Pradesh, Ajay Kumar from Bihar, Tatanagar Ram Singh and Sanjeev Kumar Singh, Rinkal Sharma from Delhi, Ishaq Khan, Ritu Kapil Tekra from Himachal Pradesh, Nayantara from Assam, Prakhar Varshney from Uttar Pradesh, Bhanupratap Singh and Dayanand Singh from Bihar, Deepak Srivastava from Delhi etc.(email@example.com)