School students in Udhampur sing Dogri folk to save trees
Jammu & Kashmir

School students in Udhampur sing Dogri folk to save trees

Agency News

Jammu, May 30: Students of Government Middle School, Dharmal in Dudu Zone of Basantgarh tehsil, district Udhampur in Jammu and Kashmir, have appealed to the people of the state to save trees by singing Dogri ‘paakh’, the video of which has gone viral on social media.

The students in the video can be seen appealing to people to save ‘Rukh’ (Trees in regional language Dogri) by singing and dancing to the beats of ‘dholki’ and drum. The man behind the show is their school teacher namely Subhash Brahmanau, a writer, singer and a composer, who is also associated with the Radio Kashmir Jammu.

The Dogri song ‘Rukh’, written and composed by the teacher, was beautifully sung by the students from class second to eighth during recess time with scenic background in the backdrop captured by their mentor who later posted it on social media to aware people about importance of trees and plants in life.

Village Dharmal in Dudu is situated around 180 km from here in the remote belt of Udhampur district.

Talking to UNI telephonically, teacher Subhash Brahmanau said that he wanted to give message to the people not only of state but also across the country to save trees through the video.

He expressed that not only in daily life but plants and trees are also required when human dies, adding, 'we should respect the nature and apart from saving the trees, more plants should be grown for our future generation'.
The teacher however, said that the students of the school fulfilled his dream of spreading message of saving trees by singing his composition after which he utilized social media and posted the video on Youtube, which was liked and shared by many nature lovers. (UNI)