Nuns in India plant an incredible 1635 trees!

In the northern Indian provinces of Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh, nuns were hard at work.

Out in the cold, between the snowy, rocky mountains, the nuns were planting trees sponsored by Dakini Rising.

Initially, Dakini Rising allocated funds for 280 trees to be planted by the Ladakhi Nuns Association. They were planted at the Sabu Girls Hostel in Ladakh, in honor of Earth Day 2021.

Shortly after, the Dorje Dzong nunnery in Zanskar, Ladakh, did two major tree-planting projects. Here, they planted 1,000 trees!

This was followed by nuns planting at the Jampa Choling nunnery of Meeru, Himachal Pradesh. Here, a further 355 more trees were planted!

Thank you, Dakini Rising, for sharing the story and photos with us!
We are inspired!

Have a look at Dakini Rising’s website to learn more about what they do.

You can learn more about the Dorje Dzong nunnery here.

See what the Jampa Choling nunnery does here.

If you have a similar story, please tell us about it!

FACTS

Who: Nuns in Northern India
Why: In Honor of Earth Day 2021
Where: Northern India
When: April – July, 2021
What kind of Trees: Various fruit trees and more
How many: 1635

 

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