Punjab Bonsai Exhibition kicks off in Ludhiana

Punjab Bonsai Exhibition at Step (Science & Technology Entrepreneurs’ Park), Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana is the first Bonsai exhibition in Punjab held for two days

Gurmeet Singh Kular, Chairman of FICO (Federation of Industrial and Commercial Organizations) opened the Punjab Bonsai Exhibition at Step (Science & Technology Entrepreneurs’ Park), Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, here on Wednesday.

This is the first Bonsai exhibition in Punjab held for two days.

Bonsai is the Japanese art of growing artificially dwarf varieties of ornamental trees and shrubs in pots. The purpose of bonsai is primarily contemplation for the pleasurable exercise of effort and ingenuity for the grower, bonsai is not intended for food production or medicine. Instead, bonsai practice focuses on the long-term cultivation and shaping of one or more small trees growing in a container. Bonsai not only promotes care for nature, but also strengthens the sense of responsibility against deforestation.

Many species of Bursera Fagaroides, Premna Microphylla, Bengali Peepal, several races of Picus, etc. were on display.

Kular said Bonsai is an amazing art of creating a miniature of a tree, which takes a lot of time and effort and it is a great art for tree preservation and oxygen level increase. inside.

He congratulated the organizers for the initiative.

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