Punjab Governor opens Museum of Trees after which many Sikh gurdwaras are named

  • | Tuesday | 1st December, 2020

To meet this challenge people will have to come forward with initiatives like Museum of Trees to mobilise public opinion” warned Punjab Governor and UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore while inaugurating the Museum of Trees — a unique environmental project for the conservation of sacred trees of Sikhism after which many Sikh gurdwaras are named. He complimented DS Jaspal for patiently working for 10 years to clone 12 sacred trees. He praised the Government of India for supporting this project for the conservation of sacred trees. In many gurdwaras the sacred trees had been cut or had died due to improper care. Jaspal pointed out that most of the sacred trees also have botanical significance.

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