References

Golden Words

  • Science without religion is lame & Religion without Science is blind.

    Albert Einstein.
  • The leaves, flowers, seeds, root, branches, bark, stem and even the soil of the place where tulsi shrub grows are all holy.

    (Padma purana Uttarkhand 24/2)
  • Just one tree with flowers and fruits makes the forest and environment fragrant and heavenly, like a good son to a family.

    (Chanakyaniti Darpan, 3-14)
  • Those who plant one peepul (ficus religiosa), one neem (azadericht indica), one bargad (Ficus bengalensis), ten flowering trees, two pomegranates, two oranges, and and five mango trees can never go to hell.

    (Varaha Purana 12-2-39)
  • The leaves, flowers, seeds, root, branches, bark, stem and even the soil of the place where tulsi shrub grows are all holy.

    (Varaha Purana 12-2-39)
  • God Vishnu says that aonla (Indian gooseberry) is holiest of all fruits in all the worlds. Therefore it is important to plant aonla trees . By planting it, men and women get rid of the cycle of life, death and rebirth in this world.

    (Padma purana Uttarkhand 24/2)
  • The leaves, flowers, seeds, root, branches, bark, stem and even the soil of the place where tulsi shrub grows are all holy.

    (Padma purana Uttarkhand 24/2)
  • Trees with flowers and fruits satisfy this world. Those who donate a tree are given salvation by the same trees in the other world.

    (Mahabharat Anu Parva 58/30)
  • The leaves, flowers, seeds, root, branches, bark, stem and even the soil of the place where tulsi shrub grows are all holy.

    (Padma purana Uttarkhand 24/2)
  • Just one tree with flowers and fruits makes the forest and environment fragrant and heavenly, like a good son to a family.

    (Chanakyaniti Darpan, 3-14)
  • God Vishnu says that aonla (Indian gooseberry) is holiest of all fruits in all the worlds. Therefore it is important to plant aonla trees . By planting it, men and women get rid of the cycle of life, death and rebirth in this world.

    (Padma purana,. Srishti Khand, ch. 26, Shloka 2)
  • By worshipping peepul and Khejadi (Prosopis cineraria, shami) trees , even a barren woman begets a child.

    (Atharva veda Pt. 612-11 first stanza)
  • Wherever there are aonla trees, poverty disappears. All gods become satisfied by aonla trees, reside in it, and do not forsake it for a moment.

    (Padma purana Srishti Khand, Ch. 26, Shloka 15.)
  • Those who plant trees, for them they are like sons. There is no doubt that because of those trees, man attains heaven after his death.

    (Mahabharata Anu parva 58/27)
  • If you destroy a tree, you also destroy leaves, flowers and fruits, and the country has lesser or excess rainfall resulting in famine.

    (Agnipurana)
  • You will find something more in woods than in books. Trees and stones will teach you that which you can never learn from masters.

  • Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair.

  • Look at the trees, look at the birds, look at the clouds, look at the stars... and if you have eyes you will be able to see that the whole existence is joyful. Everything is simply happy.

  • Look at the flowers - for no reason. It is simply unbelievable how happy flowers are.

  • Never does nature say one thing and wisdom another.

  • By planting 1 peepul (ficus religiosa), 1 neem (Azadiracht indica) 1 bargad (ficus bengalensis / banyan), 10 Imli (Tamarindus indica), 3 Kaith ( (Limonia acidissima / elephant apple), 3 vilva (aegle marmelos / bilva), 3 amla (Indian gooseberry- Phyllanthus embilica), and five mango (mangifera indica), one can never go to hell. (Bhahvishya Purana, Rajdharma Kaustubh Khand)

  • The whole world runs on plants--wheels(rubber).

  • We write on plants (paper), with plants(pencil) and erase with plants(rubber).

  • We play with plants i'e.,cricket--bat, wickets, hockey--sticks,chess --coins,carroms--coins etc.All are made of wood.

  • A tree balances all the five elements(earth,water,fire,air and space) in its surroundings.