STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: To promote awareness about different kinds of herbs and their uses, a herbal garden has been set up in Delhi Public School (DPS) Nagbani, here on Tuesday. The school is following the guidelines of Indian Green Building Council (IGBC) about the pollution free environment by various techniques like encouraging greenery in the school campus, rain water harvesting, polythene free campus, conserving and harvesting energy and using eco-friendly school material for which the school has been awarded Gold rated Green School by the World Green Council. This garden has important herbs which include Vajardanti, Nirgundi, Ashwagandha, Parijaat, Brahmi, Peepli, Gulmehendi, Gilloy, Dalchini, Turmeric, Phalsa, Ratanjot, Imli, Tulsi, lemongrass, isabogal, etc. Moreover, the students also planted and adopted trees in the campus like Arjuna, Ashoka, Gulmohar, Neem, Chandan, Jamun, Amla, Baheda, Reetha, Banana, Guava, Chikkoo, Licchi, Mango, Kinnu, etc. During the visit to the Herbal Garden, Saroj Salgotra (TGT Science & Incharge Herbal Garden) explained that planting herbs is a wonderful sight, having great medicinal value, smells and tastes of a wide variety of plants.
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