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Warm friendship of VSSM and Rameshbhai Nat…

Rameshbhai Nat, a resident of Juna Deesa. He has been performing acrobatic acts on a rope for as long as he can remember. …

VSSM in partnership with the patrons of Goushala, undertook a tree plantation drive in Geda village of Banaskantha…

The much respected and revered Shri Pandurangdada had undertaken the mammoth task of nurturing Trees as God through Vruksha Mandir/ the idea of …

The Lavana community and its leaders aspire to make it an ideal village, we too have begun dreaming for the same…

Lavana is one of my favourite villages. The village puts aside its differences when it comes to matters relating to the growth and development …

Dedhal village shows awareness towards environment conservation by tree plantation…

My daughter just finished writing her first quarter exams. One of the subjects required her to write on the ‘Importance of trees.’ Trees …

This monsoon its water, hope and cheer all around.…..

 “Ben, I remember how the young and the old in the village would come together and set out to clean the village lakes …

The rains are finally here, although not as much but still better….

The rains are finally here, although not as much but still better. In Banaskantha and north Gujarat, they are better than the past couple of …

The eager wait for the rains finally comes to an end….

The rain Gods have been generous this year. “It hardly rains here in Banaskantha, how will the lakes fill up?” was the prompt …

VSSM in association with Burhani Development Committee planted 2000 trees at Bohra Cemetry in Shiya village…

VSSM initiated water and environment conservation efforts in Banaskantha. The flow of work has made leaders and communities from other regions demand the …

VSSM’s tree plantation programme is successful with remarkable participation of the village…

In 2019, as a part of our efforts to make Banaskantha green again, we undertook tree plantation drive in villages that agreed to …

Tree planted by VSSM bloom in Banaskantha’s village…

Trees, Mutheda’s Natha Ba compares them with children and calls them Baltaru!! Just as it is challenging to raise a child without a …