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How religious worship is boosting conservation in India
by Kavitha Yarlagadda
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28 July 2022
On 28 July 2022 BBC News reported:
Religious practices have preserved an estimated 100,000-150,000 sacred groves across India, ensuring they remain biodiverse habitats home to an array of endangered species. In India, conservation and preserving natural resources has long been an important part of the cultural ethos, particularly in remote rural and indigenous populations. Many of these communities see themselves as part of a spiritual thread that connects them to their natural surroundings, revering unique plants, animals, rivers, and mountains as their ancestors.
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