51,000 Seed Balls Dropped at Chittapur Forest of Telengana

Over 200 students and devotees  fanned out into Chittapur Forest Reserve in Ibrahimpatnam with seed balls and dispersed them. The seed balls are made with a fine mixture of fertile soil, compost and plant seeds, to make the seeds to sprout into plants and trees. As part of AYUDH, international youth movement working to meet the sustainable development goals put forth by the UN, students of CMR institutions, Aurora College and students of Amrita Vidyalayam joined hands in preparing seed balls.

Over the past 10 days, hundreds worked in achieving the goal of preparation of 51,000 seed balls. Br Raghunath, co-ordinator & Mata Amritanandamayi Math In-charge, Telangana & Andhra Pradesh said, “With the monsoon setting in, these planted seed balls can sprout into trees, resulting in increased green cover, providing oxygen, improving air quality and climate, conserving water, preserving soil and supporting wildlife.”

As a member-organisation of the United Nation’s Trillion Tree campaign, Mata Amritanandamayi Math has organised the planting of more than a million trees globally. It has also been recognised as an NGO with Special consultative status to the UN ECONOMIC and Social council.

  • Students of CMR institutions, Aurora College and students of Amrita Vidyalayam joined hands in preparing seed balls
  • Seed balls are composed of a fine mixture of fertile soil, compost and plant seeds. They make the seeds sprout into plants and trees
  • Over 200 of Amma’s devotees and AYUDH members fanned out into Chittapur forest reserve with loads of seed balls Over the past 10 days, hundreds worked to achieve the goal of preparation of 51,000 seed balls.

As a member-organisation of the United Nation’s Trillion Tree campaign, Mata Amritanandamayi Math has organised the planting of more than a million trees globally Amma’s devotees and AYUDH members from Mata Amritanandamayi Math, students, spread the message of greenery by dispersing seed balls in Chittapur forest reserve, Ibrahimpatnam, and neighbourbood forests of Hyderabad