Museum of Trees curator wants Central Vista landscape with sacred trees
June 20, 2021
Chandigarh: After earning name and fame for the first-of-its-kind Museum of Trees, a unique environmental landmark here for conservation of sacred trees of Sikhism after which many Sikh gurdwaras are named, former Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officer D.S. Jaspal is now keen to plant sacred trees in the Narendra Modi governments Central Vista project in the national capital.
Talking to IANS, creator and curator of the Museum of Trees, Jaspal said the Central Vista Project is a great opportunity to showcase India's spiritual and environmental heritage through a carefully curated landscape.
“Trees and plant life are deeply embedded in the Indian religious tradition,” he said.