Efforts of the Jai Dharti Maa Foundation to restore greenery in Jharkhand
Jai Dharti Maa
The team of the Jai Dharti Maa Foundation is engaged in bringing back the greenery.
Until there will be greenery in the whole of Jharkhand, till then the mental state of the people will remain calm.
In such a situation, the development of the entire Jharkhand is lies in the will power of the inhabitants. The enthusiasm of the people of Jharkhand is necessary to take this effort forward. The people of Jharkhand are entirely dependent on nature, despite having a vast land. They can currently do their work only through the climate they get from nature.
Even in today’s state-of-the-art era, the people of Jharkhand are unaware of the methods. The objective of the team of the Jai Dharti Maa Foundation is that people adopt the organic method and take advantage of it to make Jharkhand prosperous and prosperous. Through their work, they have proved that all types of fruits and vegetables can be grown on the land of Jharkhand.
The team’s researchers believe that if people start working with the organic method, off-season fruits and flowers can also be produced. The team has shown that such trees can be grown on the land here, which people find rare. Also, the teams have set a record for growing trees in forests like Malaysia on the land of Dhanbad. There are some such trees which hold the soil of the ground and also absorb less water. This maintains the balance of nature. This is a commendable effort and a big one for the people. The use of the wood of this tree comes in the works of water ships. Especially it is also called timber.
Suppose people start growing trees after learning the tricks of planting such trees. In that case, the people of Jharkhand will not only be rich, but there will also be a communication of greenery in the environment of Jharkhand, and Jharkhand will look green again. The cost of this tree is between one lakh to two lakhs.
Jai Dharti Maa Foundation also organizes not only this but health camps also. So that people may be healthy.
The Charitable Trust of ASR has a vital role in organizing health camps. The founder of Jai Dharti Maa Foundation and RPA Farming is Shri Ravi Kumar Nishad, and the co-founder of this team is Ranjit Kumar. The members of the Management Committee include Sudhir Hembram, Gauri Shankar Nishad, Rupesh Kumar Mahato, and Budhan Hembram.
At the same time, people like Rohit Kewat, Hariprasad Kewat, Rajkumar Kewat, Kripa Shankar Mahato etc., are included in the subsidiary committee.
Agricultural development work is going on through this team on about 150 acres of land, in which the most successful cultivation of marigold flower, papaya cultivation and various types of fruits and vegetables are involved.
Research is currently underway on different species of bean, watermelon, orange, Allahabadi guava, and mango, and this work is also in progress.
In these species, success has been achieved in growing Hariman 99. This team has also included its role in growing many such fruits, including pomegranate, and chikoo, which is unique.
Overall, all the members deserve thanks for achieving such a massive target in a short span of time to the people of Jharkhand, who are different from the grassroots mainstream. If everyone imbibes this effort, Jharkhand and the entire country will develop and eliminate pollution.
About the founder of this NGO
Born in Dhanbad, the land of Koyalanchal, Ravi Kumar Nishad first got his early education in Dhanbad. Later, he got an education of B.Sc. IT.
Ravi Kumar Nishad (artist) was also well versed in the art of skill method. He contributed a lot to art apart from education. He did many such programs in the field of art, which are unforgettable even today. Born in an ordinary family, Ravi Kumar Nishad achieved so much, but his interest in agricultural work was immense.
After completing his education, one thing always remained in his mind there was so much greenery on the land of Jharkhand, which is becoming extinct today. This concern made him a lover of agriculture, and his planting got attached to the land, and the land of Jharkhand attracted him. Soon he started farming.
Seeing his enthusiasm for organic farming, the Indian School of Mines scientists appreciated and encouraged him a lot. Seeing this, he learned the nuances of organic farming and put his full energy into teaching the people of the rural area its nuances.
This effort of Ravi Kumar Nishad showed a lot of colours; people started joining him. Right now, the situation is that people who are tired of fertilizer farming have now moved to organic farming.