Youth Red Cross Wing K. L. E. Institute of Technology, Hubballi organized a tree plantation event on the eve of 89th Birth anniversary of Dr. A.P.J Abdul Lalam (15/02/2020)at Shree Sidrameshwar Colony, near leprosy hospital, Mahandi badavene old Hubballi, in association with an NGO Vasundar Foundation Hubballi. In this Vanamahostwa program, “Anand vana and Panchawati Nirman” 50 different spices tree plantation of each around eight to Ten fit height with age of one to one and half year growth tree to number of variety of plans were planted under the concepts of Panchawati.

The event was inaugurated by Dr.Sharad Joshi Dean academics, Dr. Manu T. M HoD of ECE, K.L.E. Institute of Technology, Hubballi , Shree Megharaj B. Kerur President Vasundar foundation Hubballi and representatives well wishers of Mahandi Badavene old Hubballi and Faculty and student representatives of KLEIT . Assouiated NGO and other invitees are expressed there happens about the institute intrese and involment in organizing such event and wished to constitute the same in future .

Event is continued with plantation of tree and concluded with awareness talk on save environment by the impact of plastic on society and earth by Amaranath Ji From RSS. For getting healthy plants to plantation of them YRCW spent around Rs20,000/- and requested Mahandi Badavene people to take care of them for their growth to get the benefits to environment and society.

Special Feature Of Panchawati Vana
This Vana consist of particular 5 type of plant spices with there special benefits as well importance with Religious beliefs. aegle marmelos,(Traditional medicine, Religious beliefs and air purification)
Acacia ferruginea (is effective in treating Brain related ailments like Rabies, that causes inflammation of the Brain due to animal bite. It is beneficial in case of Epilepsy, which muddles the activity of the Brain Cells. Its leaves help in curing Eye ailments like Conjunctivitis and Swelling in the Eyes)
Azadirachta indica (Neem leaf is used for leprosy, eye disorders, bloody nose, intestinal worms, stomach upset, loss of appetite, skin ulcers, diseases of the heart and blood vessels (cardiovascular disease), fever, diabetes, gum disease (gingivitis), and liver problems. The leaf is also used for birth control and to cause abortions)
Ficus religiosa (commonly known as pepal belonging to the family Moraceae, is used traditionally as antiulcer, antibacterial, antidiabetic, in the treatment of gonorrhea and skin diseases.)
The Audumbar Tree (also known as the Gular, Goolar, Oudumbar, is the Indian fig tree which holds much significance in India and the various religions that have spawned in that region. Its scientific name is Ficus Racemosa, a plant in the family of Moraceae. One strange thing about this plant that one notices at first glance is the fact that its figs grow directly on the bark, or in some cases, near it. These figs are edible and are a delicacy in the South-Asian part of the world, where these trees grow in abundance)

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