Water Woman Shipra leading villagers of Kalgi Tola
India, September 6: Water Woman Shipra Pathak’s inspiring efforts electrified an entire village of 300 tribal residents resulting in planting 300 plants in the record time of half an hour at Kalgi Tola, situated on the banks of Narmada River. With the assistance of an entire village in the Dindori district in Madhya Pradesh, Water Woman Shipra Pathak planted 300 plants in one hour.
The tagline, ‘हर व्यक्ति हर साल एक पौधा’, which means every villager plants his or her own plant, is a great example of making this nation a better place. The aim behind this is to work and connect with people and communities to organize various campaigns with the shared goal of planting one million or more trees annually across the nation. To make the campaign possible, Water Woman Shipra received assistance from locals like Kershaw in readying the villagers, Ashok Dwivedi (retd. DSP) in arranging the plants, and Dubey Ji (retd. Chief Scientist) in suggesting the plant.
Keeping an eye on the situation, Shipra Pathak, on the occasion of International Water Day, pledged to plant 1 crore saplings on the river banks all around India. Shipra Pathak commented on the vow, saying, “Water is one of the essential elements of nature and a necessity for mankind, animals and even industries. With severe droughts happening across the globe and a limited supply of fresh water, it is a collective responsibility to preserve the precious resource. Even though 70% of the Earth is made up of water yet, clean and safe water is becoming a scarcity. Therefore, conserving our water supply can be beneficial and will make it available for future generations as well.”
The spiritual sage, also known as Mokshadaayini Maa Shipra, has devoted her life to improving the state of the world’s water supply. She is dedicated to upholding fundamental human rights, encouraging religious tolerance, fighting for the benefit of the global community, and resurrecting old Indian knowledge. Unrestricted discourse about life, mysticism, and spirituality from a genuinely unique sage.
Pancha Tatva Foundation by Water Woman Shipra Pathak is an organization that seeks to improve conditions for Mother Earth. The team actively contributes to the protection of the Earth alongside local communities, citizen groups, people, and volunteers, primarily for the benefit of the next generation. The Pancha Tatva Foundation’s mission is for future generations to live in safety and health. In order to give its time, energy, and resources to a better future for Earth, the team is working now for a better tomorrow.
The most important resources for maintaining life, water, plants, and air, are the focus of the Pancha Tatva Foundation. They make every effort to keep the water clean and safeguard it against contamination. Additionally, they concentrate on regularly planting fresh trees across the nation.
Water scarcity is now an international problem, as has been observed during the previous few decades. Experts and scientists from all over the world are estimating the dates when specific regions won’t have access to water. It is more important than ever to take action and work together to conserve the world’s water supplies.
Pancha Tatva Foundation is spending its entire lives to bring about this change in India and throughout the world. The group’s ambassador is Shipra Pathak, also referred to as the Water Woman; because of her unselfish dedication to the cause, she is regarded as the Global Water Ambassador.
To know more, visit: https://Pancha Tatvafoundation.in/
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