By consecrating Ganpati and immersing them respectfully, we give a positive message of religious beliefs in society. Still, at the same time, we give a negative message by polluting the environment by polluting the place of immersion and putting the material of worship there. Due to this, the animals are also affected. So the group of youth thought that could any positive message of environmental protection be given by keeping the worship material spread at the immersion site clean. Yes!! Doing the same thing today, young companions associated with Youngshala reached the Ganpati immersion site Shahpura
The youth gathered with the municipal corporation and collected the material spread at the immersion site, mainly coconut, flower garlands, pictures of God, vermilion, incense sticks, chunari, pavilions used in marriage, mats, fruits, milk packets, and heaps. All the pages etc. The youth of youth said that seeing all this for the past several years, the youth felt that we should make people aware of the environment, but it becomes difficult when this matter is related to the faith of the people.
However, the youth of Youngshala started environmental protection with the initiative of making Ganesha seeds from clay and immersing them at home. Today, through Shramdaan, an attempt was also made to tell people that the place of immersion is also a part of the environment. If these water sources are not kept clean, then it will cause a lot of harm to the aquatic animals and the environment.
Roli Shivhare, Subhash Garg, Rahul Dhurve, Amit Sahu, T Devashish, Devesh Singh, Shivani Batham, Himanshi Sharma, Isha, and Vaishnavi Sahu were among the youth of Youngshala. Janhvi Dubey joined the youth on behalf of the Municipal Corporation. The youth said that we will continue this continuously.