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  Green Award Winner 2019 - Garden of Daar us Salaam
Divya Bhaskar (Vadodara) - 4/4/1441 - 1/12/2019
   
 

On this Mubaarak day 4th Rabi' ul Aakhar 1441 AH/1st December 2019 AD, the 917th Saalgirah of Imaam uz Zamaan AS Imaam Taiyeb AS and 91th Milaad of al-Maulaa al-Muqaddas Saiyedna Taiyeb Ziyauddin saheb AQ, the Beautiful Garden of the Residence of Aqaa Maulaa Saiyedna saheb TUS "Daar us Salaam" has been conferred the best Garden of Vadodara under the title "Green Awards".  Plants of great numbers of Fruits, Vegetables, Medicinal Plants have been grown in the city area. Involvement of the owner of the garden, zero use of pesticides, home-made manure and cleanliness were the main criteria of judging the best garden.

   
 
   
  Green points:
 

1. Strengthen attachment with plants, plant it by yourself.
2. Talk with them and feel them, fruiting and flowering will be well.
3. Plant them on appropriate place and time most probably in the morning hours.
4. Have patience after planting.
5. Don't over water or over manure them.
6. Take care like your family member and should have considerable contribution in the garden besides the role of salaried gardener.
7. When plucking fruit or flower praise the plant for its beauty and generosity.
8. Use flowers, fruits or vegetables by yourself and give it to others, selfishness is not for plants.
9. Don't use pesticides as every living creature has its role to play in nature.
10. All wish to go to heaven but planting a tree is itself a heaven for many birds and insects.
11. Family members and especially children should be aware of the plants that have been grown and the care needed behind it.
12. While purchasing plants from the nursery don’t do it without proper information. 

   
  Fruits, Vegetables and Medicinal plants growing at the Garden of Daar us Salaam
  Various Fruits are :-
 

1. Mango (5 types)
2. Figs (Anjeer)
3. Rose apple (Jamun) (3 types)
4. Lemons (3 types)
5. Guava (4 types)
6. Mulberry (Sehtuth)(2 types)
7. Chironjee (Charoli)
8. Jack Fruit
9. Goose berry (Amla)
10. Sapota (Chikku)(2 types)
11. Coconut
12. Phalsa (Falsa)
13. Papaya
14. Oranges
15. Sweet Lime
16. Custard Apple (Sitaphal)
17. Bullocks heart (Ramphal)
18. Karamda
19. Indian Mulberry (Noni)
20. Ziziphus (Apple bor)
21.Pomegranate
22. Star fruit (Kamrak)
23. Cherry
24. Banana
25. Grapes
26. Gunda
27. Litchi
28. Citron (utrujj)
29. Cashew nuts
30. Ker
31. Pineapple
32. Dragon fruit
33. Passion fruit

   
  Various Vegetables are :-
 

1. Brinjal
2. Tomato
3. Drumstick
4. Green Flat beans (Surti Papdi)
5. Broccoli
6. Cucumber
7. Bottle gourd
8. Spinach
9. Sponge gourd (Galka)
10. Chillies
11. Cauliflower
12. Cabbage
13. Pigeon peas (Tuver)
14. Curry leaves
15. Pulao Patta
16. Basmati Patta
17. Pepper corns
18. Cloves
19. Bay leaf
20. Bitter gourd
21. Colocasia leaves
22. Malabar spinach (Pui)
23.  Okra

   
  Various Medicinal Plants are :-
 

1. Mint
2. Alovera
3. Carom seed plant
4. Betel leaves
5. Naagod
6. Plant that cures kidney stones
7. Plant that cure diabetes
8. Plants that cures pain in joints and bones
9. Basil leaves
10. Polo mint
11. Plant that cures Asthama
12. Salan leaves
13. Green tea
14. Celery
15. Mint balm
16. Ashoka tree
17. Henna (Mehndi)

 

Other 350 plants of 60 kinds.

 

   
  Educational Program for Tree Plantation and Nurturing
21-7-2019
   
 
Daar us Salaam: Nature Walk and Tree Plantation
   
 
   
 

Rahmat e Khudaa-wandi (rains) welcomed the guests at Daar us Salaam on Sunday morning and it happened to be a great experience and golden day-dawn for the members of Dars e Haatemi where Mukaasir Maulaa explained them about the important aspects of Tree Plantation.  Maulaa demonstrated the way saplings should be planted and what care should be taken in maintaining the growth and health of that plant for about 3 months.

Maulaa addressed the gathering by showing them different types of fruit-bearing plants where one should always keep an eye on the amount of water, sunlight, trimming, cleaning and manure.  Each plant requires different type of treatment and nurturing.  It has been generally noticed that, people do have enthusiasm and interest in tree plantation but what really happens is that after plantation the saplings are left unattended and at nature's mercy.  After monsoon most of the saplings die and the whole exercise of the plantation drive becomes futile.  Plant responsibly but don't do it otherwise.

A day before the program at Daar us Salaam, the same program was held at our Pratapnagar Qabarastaan by Zenith School SSC students.  Maulaa showed them practically how to plant a tree.  The students were encouraged to take care by giving personal attention to the newly planted saplings.

   
 
Alavi Bohras Graveyard:Tree Plantation by Zenith School SSC students
 

 
  Nature Walk at Daar us Salaam
12 Zul Qa'adah 1440/ 14 July 2019
   
 
Daar us Salaam: Nature Walk
   
  Video of Some of the Glimpses of Nature Walk....
   
 
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Daar us Salaam: Nature Walk
   
 

Since quite long time Mukaasir saheb is an active member of Nature Walkers of Vadodara.  Due to the relationship of Environmental Peace and Safety, a Nature Walk was held at Daar us Salaam, 14-7-2019, Sunday, in the early morning where 120 Nature Lovers participated.  It was presided by Aqaa Maulaa Saiyedna saheb (tus) who gave Qur'anic references for the beautiful creation of Allaah Ta'aala in Nature, Trees and Water.  Maulaa is an avid supporter of saving Nature and Natural Resources as the future of Mankind is dependent on it.

The Walk was conducted by the experts Arun Majumdar and Dr Jitendra Gavli who gave superb and amazing facts about fruiting, flowering and plantation of some of the most commonly known trees.  They gave titbits and ideas about how to develop home garden and also how to take care of home-grown plants of various vegetables or fruits.  At the end of the Walk, Seed balls of many different kind of the seeds of fruit-bearing trees were made at the garden of Daar us Salaam under the supervision of the volunteers of Community Science Centre.

Mukaasir saheb explained following points to the audience which he himself practices while nurturing plants:

  1. Avoid pesticides
  2. Don’t over-water plants
  3. Provide plants with proper sunlight for flowering and fruiting
  4. Communicate and treat plants with love as they are your children
  5. Prune the branches after fruiting or dead branches
  6. Keep the surrounding clean
  7. Plant the saplings by yourself

At Daar us Salaam you could find plants of many vegetables and fruits that include Mango, kamrak, litchi, Chikoo, coconut, amla, annus, lemon, apple bor, java apple, gunda, banana, charoli, falsa, papaya, shehtoot, orange, mosambi, grapes, kaju, fanas, jaamphal, khat-amla, dadam, jambu, brinjal, tomatoes, phudina, paan, kadi-patta, tej-patta, salan-patta, paalak, tuwer, surti papadi, dudhi, kakdi etc. 

Mumineen are requested to feel free in contacting Mukaasir saheb if anyone wants to visit Daar us Salaam to have a close look at these plants by feeling it.

 
   
   
   
   
   
 
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