Man grows 1,360-acre forest in India...by himself

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posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 03:55 AM
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North Eastern India is the home to the Indian Rhinoceros or better known as the Great One-horned Rhinoceroses . Especially the Kaziranga National Park contains about two-thirds of the Great One-horned Rhinoceroses Population in the world.



and I knew about Molai even before they newspapers started reporting on him. One of my colleagues, who is from Assam, had told me about him.
I am from India, though i am born and brought up abroad.
I am so proud of him and hope that many more in India would follow his footsteps.

There is another man from India, by the name of Abdul Kareem, who grew a forest on his 32 hectare land.
here are a few articles about him

Abdul Kareem and his 32 hectare Forest

Another article about Abdul Kareem in the The Hindu Newspaper






 
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