Nature inspired verses by the likes of Tagore, Ruskin Bond, Gulzar and others on display: Uttarakhand Forest Department

Uttarakhand Forest Department has rigged up the display celebrating the poetry of 15 doyens of literature like Rabindranath Tagore, William Wordsworth, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, Ruskin Bond, Gulzar, Thoreau, Ghalib, Akhtar, Sheerani Adam Gondvi and Robert Frost and so on to highlight the significance of nature as a inspiration to their work. Each one of them has scriblled a peans to nature in his or her own singulr style.Tagore has written a poem on palm and Banyan. Similarly, Sumitranandan Pant, son of the soil, has written a poem on Buransh (Rhododendron)in Kumaoni.

The initiative has been taken to stike a emotional connection with Nature through literature and poetry which shall continue to inspire people who visit these conservation centres about green heritage. All these display boards have been put up at conservation centres that include our main Haldwani range headquarters, orchid centre at Mandal and Lumti, Fern centre at Ranikhet, Rhododendron centre at Munsyari, Lichen Park at Munsyari, Moss Garden at Nainital, Grass centre at Ranikhet, Oak Centre at Ranikhet, Palm Garden and Cactus Centre at Haldwani, Ficus Garden and Bamboosetum at Lalkuan. At the Rhododendron centre in Munsyari, there is only Kumaoni poem of Sumitranandan Pant on Buransh has been displayed.

Image Courtesy: Hindustan Times

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