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Acknowledging the grave work of Divya Jyoti Jagrati Sansthan in the area of nature conservation and protection under the banner of its Sanrakshan Project, Mukhyamantra Jal Swavalamban Yojana in Rajasthan invited DJJS to its two sensitization events in Suratgarh to sensitize masses on conservation of Water.  

Mukhyamantri Jal Swavalamban Yojana is an effort undertaken by the Chief Minister of Rajasthan to make the city self-sufficient in meeting its water demands. Sadhvi Gauri Bharti ji, disciple of H.H. Shri Ashutosh Maharaj ji, represented DJJS in both the programs held at Government College & Singrasar (Rajiyasar). Mr. Nihal Chand (MP), Mr. Rajender Bhadu (MLA), Ms. Kajal Chhabra (Chairman, Suratgarh), Ms. Birma Devi (Suratgarh Pradhan), Mr. Girish Chawla (DIG), Ms. Roma Saharan (VDO), etc. were other dignitaries present at the events that are organized on regular basis in the city.  

In her lecture on the theme "Jal hi Jeevan hai", Sadhvi Gauri Bharti ji discussed various aspects of daily living that contribute towards water crisis and motivated people to take small steps at individual level to conserve water.  She explained that the root cause of this environmental collapse is the growing disconnect between man and nature owing to which the human nature relationship has transformed from that of mutualism to consumerism. Sensitization is essential to rebuild this relationship but conservation will only be achieved when knowledge transforms into action. DJJS Sanrakshan has transformed knowledge into action within its systems by upholding the 3R’s principle in all its actions. Post presenting the spiritual perspective, she talked about the tangible models that can be adopted today, including Rainwater harvesting, recycling and reusing water, etc. to address the city's concerns for water and also, the would make it self-reliant.

Sadhvi ji's lecture was very well received by everyone. Also, considering the change it is already bringing in the society, sansthan was appreciated for its initiatives.

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