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Former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan Urges Amla Tree Plantation for Green Earth

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Former Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan recently shared insights into the cultural and health significance of Amla, commonly known as Indian gooseberry. Drawing from mythology and Ayurveda, Chouhan highlighted the revered status of Amla as a symbol of vitality and divine connection.

Shivraj Singh Chouhan referenced the belief that Amla originated from the drops of nectar spilled during the churning of the ocean, emphasizing its association with auspicious beginnings and prosperity. According to Ayurveda, Amla is hailed as “Amritphal,” or the fruit of immortality, owing to its potent medicinal properties.

Delving further into mythology, Chouhan explained that in the ancient text ‘Padyapuran,’ the Amla tree is revered as the actual form of Lord Vishnu. He elucidated how devotees worship the Damodar form of Lord Vishnu beneath the sacred Amla tree, underscoring its spiritual significance.

Given its revered status and health benefits, Shivraj Singh Chouhan urged individuals to incorporate Amla trees into their lives and contribute to environmental sustainability by greening the earth. Encouraging tree plantation initiatives, particularly Amla trees, aligns with efforts to promote personal well-being and ecological conservation.

As communities embrace the wisdom of traditional practices and the importance of environmental stewardship, Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s advocacy for the Amla plantation serves as a timely reminder of the interconnectedness between human health, spirituality, and ecological balance.

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