The forest in Panna district of Madhya Pradesh is a treasure house of wildlife as well as the rare species of vegetation that have reached the verge of extinction. One such rare tree of Palash has been found in the Ratangabhar earth, which is called the ‘rarest of the rare’. This tree has been present for many decades on the farmyard near the village of Vishramganj, about 15 km from the district headquarters. Construction of irrigation dam is going on on the Runge River passing through here and the whole area falls under the submergence of Runge Dame. It is obvious that if this rare tree is not preserved in time, its existence will be erased forever.

Famous proverb of the popular Hindi saying ‘Dhak ke three pat’ must have been heard by all because Dhak means palash has three leaves. This idiom means living forever, Same situation in which there is no change. But very few people will know that not only three leaves but one leaf is also covered. Now it is a different matter that the Dhaka tree with one leaf is usually not seen anywhere. While the entire forest of three-leafed Dhaka trees is found. This is the reason why a leafed Dhaka tree is called very rare. This specific tree located in the village of Vishramganj in Panna district has not gone unnoticed yet. Recently, two days ago when I came here to cover the coverage of Runj Dame, the progressive farmer and environment lover Hanumant Singh of Vishramganj told about this wonderful tree. As a result, along with some villagers, we reached the farm in Arhar where a leaf leaf palash tree is planted on the med. This tree of very rare species will be about 25 feet high and is surrounded by bamboo plant on one side. The trunk of the tree is quite thick and its one The part is hollow, so it appears that this tree will be 50 to 100 years old. The tribals of the village also say that we have been seeing this tree in this way since childhood. Because this tree was different from other trees in Palash, the people of the village kept it, not causing any damage. but

The people of this tribal-dominated village are now worried that this rare tree will be destroyed or cut down by damming the dam.

The submerged area of ​​the dam consists of revenue land as well as a large area of ​​forest. Surrounded by lush green hills on three sides, there is a dense forest of teak, which is being harvested rapidly. According to the forest officials, about 48 thousand trees have to be cut in the submergence area, which has been contracted for cutting and trees are being cut fast. A five-year team of the State Forest Research Institute, Jabalpur, visited the forest of the region a few years ago. Dr. Vijay Patel and Dr. Anjana, members of the survey team said that this whole area is very rich in terms of biodiversity. He said that the area under the sink of Runge Dame is also the Habitat of the threatened wildlife pangolin. Was also found in Harar village of Chitrakoot, plant it. Dr. Ramlakhan Singh Sikarwar of Deendayal Research Institute Chitrakoot wrote about 8 years ago that during the biodiversity survey of Chitrakoot, we have discovered one-leaf Palash in Mutwa village of Mazhagawan tehsil in Satna district and Harar village in Chitrakoot district. This tree branch has one leaf instead of three. Hence the locals call it ‘Ek Patti Dai’. Tantrikas believe that it is a divine tree and a treasure is buried under it. According to experts, the Palash tree is a gift of nature that not only makes life healthy but also inspires zeal, zeal and always enjoyment with its seductive colors. The government of Uttar Pradesh has given the state flower status to Palash. Palash is also called Chhiul in Dhaka, Tesu, Casu and Bundelkhand. it is said. Tantrikas believe that it is a divine tree and a treasure is buried under it. According to experts, the Palash tree is a gift of nature that not only makes life healthy but also inspires zeal, zeal and always enjoyment with its seductive colors. The government of Uttar Pradesh has given the state flower status to Palash. Palash is also called Chhiul in Dhaka, Tesu, Casu and Bundelkhand. it is said. Tantrikas believe that it is a divine tree and a treasure is buried under it. According to experts, the Palash tree is a gift of nature that not only makes life healthy but also inspires zeal, zeal and always enjoyment with its seductive colors. The government of Uttar Pradesh has given the state flower status to Palash. Palash is also called Chhiul in Dhaka, Tesu, Casu and Bundelkhand.

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