Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future

by BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL & CULTURAL SOCIETY
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Plant tree, save earth & lives secure the future
Becs
Becs

Hi

Global warming is a dangerous effect on our environment that we are facing these days. Rapid industrialization, increase in the population growth and pollution are causing a rise in global warming. Global warming refers to the increase in the average temperature of the earth's surface during the last century. One of the reasons why global warming is dangerous is because it disturbs the overall ecology of the planet. This results in floods, famine, cyclones and other issues. There are many causes and results of this warming and is a danger for the existence of life on earth.

The sign of global warming is already visible with many natural phenomena happening around globally, affecting each living species.

The most evident causes of global warming are industrializatio urbanization, deforestation, sophisticated human activities. These human activities have led to an increase in the emission of the greenhouse, including CO, nitrous oxide, methane, and others.Plant a tree save earth and lives

As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! Right now, we’re doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.

If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us! You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.
In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.
Stay safe and well,
Haripada Giri
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! Right now, we’re doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.

Trees are important to us in a lot of ways and we cannot ignore their importance. They are important because they give us fresh air to breathe, food to eat and shelter/shade from sunlight and rainfall. Besides this, there are many medicines in the market that are made up of trees extracts. Apart from this, there are plants and trees that have medicinal value.

They bring peacefulness; create a pleasing and relaxing environment. Also, they help in reflecting the harmful rays of the sun and maintaining a balanced temperature. Besides, they also help in water conservation and preventing soil erosion. They also manage the ecosystem and from ancient times several varieties of plants are worshipped

If you’re able, please make a donation to BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY. If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us!  You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.

In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.

Stay safe and well,

Haripada Giri

http://www.becs.org.

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International Mother Language Day is celebrated every year on 21st February. The main purpose of celebrating this day is to promote the awareness of language and cultural diversity all across the world. It was first announced by UNESCO on November 17, 1999. Since then it is being celebrated every year. The date represents the day 21st February 1952 when four young students were killed in Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh, because of Bengali and Urdu language controversy. Languages are the most powerful way to preserve and develop culture and to promote it all across the world. Because of this unfortunate incident, International Mother Language Day is celebrated in all over the world, while it is a public holiday in Bangladesh.

In 1947 at the time of partition of Pakistan, the province Bengal was divided into two parts: the western part became India and the eastern part is known as East Bengal which was later known as East Pakistan. At that time there were many economic, social and cultural issues including linguistic issue. In 1948 when government announced Urdu as the national language it sparked the protest among the Bengali speaking majority of Pakistan. The protest got out of control and ended with the death of four protestors of the University of Dhaka who were shot by the police. The students' deaths during the fight for their mother language are now remembered as The International Mother Language Day.

The Shaheed Minar in Dhaka pays respect to those four protestors killed for the sake of their mother language. An International Mother Language Day monument was constructed at Ashfield Park in Sydney, Australia. Here we can see the images of Shaheed Minar and the globe on the face of the stone with the words "we will remember the martyr of 21st February" written on it in both Bengali and English languages.

On International Mother Language Day UNESCO and other UN agencies take part in the events to promote cultural and linguistic diversity all around the world. They appreciate and encourage people to be knowledgeable about their mother language and provide them with awareness regarding the promotion of their language and culture towards other countries. In Bangladesh on International Mother Language Day people go to Shaheed Minar to pay tribute to the martyr of 21st February and sprinkle flowers on the monument. This is a time for Bangladeshis to celebrate their culture, traditions and their Bengali national language. The prizes are given to those who made outstanding performance in language and cultural diversity.

International Mother Language Day is celebrated in memory of the four students who were killed while fighting for their mother language and is celebrated to tell them that we will never forget their sacrifices.

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Gandhi Jayanti is celebrated on October 2 of every year. The day signifies his birth anniversary. Gandhi ji was a freedom fighter. We celebrate this day in the memory of his sacrifices done for the country. He led various movements to drive out the British from India. Satyagrah was one of the famous movements. Quit India movements and the Swadeshi movement are other two famous and important movements that got us freedom in 1947.Gandhi had a family of the merchant class. This confident man went to South Africa at 24 years of age. He went there to pursue law. His return from South Africa came in 1915. Then he became a member of the Indian National Congress. Due to his relentless hard work, he soon became the president of Congress.Mahatma Gandhi’s efforts were not restricted to Indian independence only. The man also fought various kinds of social evils. These social evils were untouchability, casteism, female subjugation, etc. Furthermore, he also made significant efforts to help the poor and needy.Mahatma Gandhi had a great dislike for the British rule in India. However, he was not in favour of the path of violence. Gandhi strictly was a believer in the philosophy of Ahimsa (non-violence). Consequently, the man opposed British rule in a peaceful manner. Furthermore, Gandhi’s peaceful protests and movements were highly effective. His methods and plans were very efficient. Due to his incredible effectiveness, Gandhiji became an inspiration for other World leaders. Once again, Gandhi was bestowed with another title of Mahatma. The meaning of the word Mahatma is a great soul. His birthday was made into a day of magnificent remembrance and celebration.Pandemic time of Covid-18 we are maintenance social distance’  On this day, many students perform plays sending people a message of non-violence. Many students sing patriotic songs on the day, to mark his birth anniversary. Many students paint on the theme of Gandhiji and his teachings

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Mahatma: A great soul
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As COVID-19 continues to spread, the future has never felt so unpredictable. These are challenging times for us all, and we hope you’re in good spirits and health! Right now, we’re doing everything possible to sustain daily operations and provide services to our community. While there’s a lot of uncertainty, we know that we need to adapt fast to our changing reality. Now, more than ever, our community needs us. And we need you.

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If you’re able, please make a donation to BARNAMALA EDUCATIONAL AND CULTURAL SOCIETY. If you’re unable to donate at this time, there are many other ways you can support us!  You can advocate for us by sharing our mission with a family member or friend. Even a quick mention on your social media would mean the world to us.

Save the tree, save life is not just a slogan, it is a responsibility that every human being living on earth should understand and accept. This is a great opportunity for all of us to save our healthy environment and green earth by saving trees. The tree is a symbol of life on earth and is a natural home for many people and wild animals. In today's modern world, it is very important to save the trees where urbanization, industrialization and global warming are increasing rapidly. In such a technological world, where people are working and fighting only for themselves, only trees live for others (humans and animals).

By providing fruit, vegetable, flora, flowers, spices, cold shade, medicine, root, tree bark, timber, sprout etc. in many ways nurtures life on earth. A fully grown tree serves many years of humanity without returning anything. By protecting the air, maintaining ecological balance, providing medicines etc. it also protects us from many diseases. Trees are like us important properties which protects from soil erosion, provide homes for animal species, provide nutrients from soil etc. To protect the trees and the environment,

In times like this, we’re reminded of how interconnected we all are. Thank you for being part of our community. Without you, none of it is possible.

Stay safe and well,

Haripada Giri

http://www.becs.org.

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