Billabong High International School | School In Andheri

Van Mahotsav

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July 13, 2021

Van Mahotsav is an annual tree-planting movement in India which began in 1950, but traces of which can be noted through centuries. The name ‘Van mahotsav ‘ means ‘the festival of trees’. The festival celebrates the deep-rooted relationship and dependency man has with nature, especially with trees. History reflects that several cultures hold the tree as sacred, whether in the east or the west.At BHIS, we don’t miss out on opportunities such. Utopia in all our minds is green and lush, and it is this vision of the future that we endorsed and encouraged this year on Van Mahotsav.
The students and teachers of  BHIS Andheri  actively  participated in the vanamahotsav celebration by  planting a tree on the school premises. The art sir conducted activities based on a similar theme, encouraging students to find their own vision of a green tomorrow, as did the science department which took the opportunity to speak about trees and sustainability.

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