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CHIPKO G.THEJOVATHI GHS SANTHIPURAM
HIMALAYAN VEGETATION Mountain ridge
Bahuguna with children of Jardhargaon
DEFORESTATION The forest officials began to teach the villagers how to grow trees.
Bahuguna uses songs,discussions and mock activities. Folk Song
Basis of Life. According to Bahuguna soil, water and pure air are the basis of life.
Primary school children The primary school children assembled under a mulbary tree to hear Bahuguna”s speech.
Request of a Tree The tree requests the people not to cut it because it also feel pain like humanbeings.
Aim of the Chipko Movement The main aim of the chipko movement is to stop the felling of trees.
Children as Mediators.` Children act as mediators for Chipko Movement to take the message home and spread to their parents.
Chipko movement teach us The chipko movement is teaching the people better land use,nursery management and reforestation methods.
-FOREST DEPARTMENT It has opened some nursery in villages and supplies free seedlings to the forest.
DESERT If the Himalayas are not saved all of India will be turned in to a desert.
GANDHIJI Bahuguna was influenced by Gandhiji.
Bahuguna understood the need for protecting the environment by taking foot marches.
The contractors always over cut and took more than their share.
DHOOMSINGH NEGI He was the first person to hug a tree. He was a school teacher.
First step by women Women have led the first against deforestation, because they spend a large part of each day in the forest looking for fuel and fodder.
HUMAN CHAIN Women formed human chains across roads to prevent contractors from reaching the forest area.
Felling the trees. Women have fought against the deforestation. They have prevented the contractors from felling the trees.
REPLANTATION `1. Bahuguna suggested that the villagers must replant what they cut.
Seedlings The villagers should seek the help of forestry department to get seedlings. They should grow not only fuel and fodder bearing trees but also fruit and nut bearing trees also.
Soil Erosion If the trees are cut down, India will turn into a desert. Fodder will not be available. There will be Soil Erosion and land slides.
Change in the Food Habits 1. Bahuguna thinks that the change of the system of land ownership, change in the eating habits by replacing cooked food with soaked foods.
Ecological Movement. 1. As an ecological movement Chipko movement has now spread throughout India and much of the world.
Difficult words in this lesson Erosion Mountain ridge Seedlings Atmosphere. Resources Marathon. Deforestation. Rural Soil Erosion. Replant.
RHYMING WORDS Peasant - Pleasant Finish - Perish Fall - Tall Ear - Hear Tail - Nail
SYNONYMS Development - Upliftment. Attendance - Presence Disturbance - Turblance Advice - Suggestion Atmosphere - Enviornment
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