Posted On : 26-Apr-2022
School News


 “The nation that destroys its soil, destroys itself”

On 21st & 22nd April 2022, Isha Foundation, organised an event in Rajmata Krishna Kumari Girls’ Public School, Jodhpur to address soil crisis by bringing together people from around the world to advocate for healthy soil. It was for students of Classes IV to XII on Save Soil Global Movement inspired by Sadhguru, an Indian Spiritual Leader, Sadhguru. The Isha Foundation launched the ‘Journey to Save Soil’ in London on 21 March, setting its founder Sadhguru off on a 100 days, motorcycle journey through 26 countries to raise awareness about soil degradation and advocate for bringing the organic matter back to agricultural processes.

Ms Krati Jain and Mr Virendra Singh Sisodia with their team of volunteers shared a plethora of information and issues related to degradation of soil followed by screening of video featuring Sadhguru, who talked about the Save Soil Global Movement and urged to restore soil’s health and rekindle our bond with Mother Earth. Thereafter a quiz was conducted for the students and the winners were felicitated. The enriching session culminated with a dance performed by the students along with the volunteers and a group aerial photograph of all.  

Sadhguru rightly says, ‘Irrespective of our nationality, race, religion, caste or gender, we all come from the same soil and we will go back to the same.’