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I am Hitesh Kamaliya from gujarat ,i am a system engineer as well as nature lover, i also working with gir nature youth club.

"Our motto is save nature,Nature save us"

It is my pleasure to inform you that this year we are celebrating International Coastal Cleanup from 21st september-2019.


Below Link is cleanup location 


We welcome you as Volunteers to associate with us in this year's International

Villagers of around 32 coastal villages surrounding the city took out a massive rally on Monday demanding permanent closure of Gujarat Enviro Protection and Infrastructure Private Ltd (GEPIL), which has been blamed for discharging highly toxic hazardous water in Unn Khadi.

Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) in December

The second bird watchers conference, scheduled to begin from January 19, will be attended by 360 delegates, students and researchers. 95 delegates will be from 38 different countries.

Tourism minister Jaynarayan Vyas said, "Gujarat is fast emerging as an eco-tourism destination; boasting of a wide range of pristine

Hoteliers eyeing business opportunities around the Gir National Park in Gujarat ought to start looking for options elsewhere, as the Forests & Environment Department, Gujarat, has banned setting up new hotels within a two kilometre radius of the sanctuary.

According to a report in the Times of India, the department recently

'Sinh Samrajaya - Lions Domain', a 15-minute documentary on the Asiatic lions produced and directed by Gujarati producer Nirav Parikh and his wife Swati has found a place in the LA New Wave International Film Festival, Season 2 which was organised earlier this month in Los Angeles.

The Parikh family has been involved with the

Lion cubs are better off in Gujarat than in Africa. At least this seems to be the truth when one takes a look at the survival rate of Asiatic lions of Gujarat. It is higher than their African counterparts.
   No less than 56 per cent cubs survive till the age of three years. This is the age when they move out of their pride in

Activist warns of commercial exploitation, increasing man-animal conflicts

The state government has decided to limit the Gir Sanctuary area, deleting 11 villages on its periphery and converting them to revenue land. This comes in the wake of a previous effort to create an extended Gir by increasing the boundaries to accommodate


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While the Nawab of Junagadh was among the first to bring in regulations to protect lions in the 19th century, the idea first came from Ashoka the Great in 257 B.C. Today, the lions' only home in the wild in Asia is around the Girnar mountain, which is also the site of early Ashoka edicts. From Mahavir to Buddha and from Ashoka

Non-violence in Lion Kingdom

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Inscriptions At The Rock Edict In Girnar Give An Insight Into The Mind Of Ashoka

Frown on animal slaughter
Beloved-of-the-Gods, King Piyadasi, has caused this Dhamma edict to be written. Here (in my domain) no living beings are to be slaughtered or offered in sacrifice. Nor should festivals be held, for Beloved-of-the-Gods, King

Great indian Bustards in peril

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With Only 300 Left Number Has Reduced By Half Since 2000

Pune: The Great Indian Bustard, which has been listed as a critically endangered bird, is steadily moving towards extinction.
   A global population count reveals that there are just around 300 birds left, compared to 600 in the year 2000 and 1,260 in 1969. 
   In Nannaj,