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Growing fresh air at the Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer

Photo Credit: Gilman Hazarika

At 6 micrograms, World Health Organization qualifies Tezpur as Lungs of India. The Eastern Himalayan Botanic Ark in residence at Wild Mahseer, which is 25 kms away from Tezpur has significantly lower pollution level because of a carbon sink of 1,00,000+ trees generating pure oxygen. Spread over 22 acres of the Addabarie tea estate, the biodiverse haven has been nurtured by local communities. Fresh water bodies, fertile soil, 75+ birds’ species and 72+ butterflies’ species and clean air dwell here enriching the quality of life. 

The small city of Tezpur in Assam has become India’s cleanest respiratory system with indigenous communities and locals adopting green living by planting more trees, segregating waste and creating awareness on sustainable development. Towering trees and rich tea gardens are caressed by clean air and the local industry has cut back on the usage of coal to green energy. Making the air conducive to the people and environment of Tezpur.

Jungle bathing and breathing in fresh air has several scientific benefits. Clean Air produces Serotonin that promotes a sense of happiness and well-being. It can improve blood pressure and heart rate and helps bring more Oxygen to the cells that improves the cleansing action of lungs and is essential for a strong immune system. As you join us in the Eastern Himalayas, the colorful bloom, the rustle of wind through the branches and the fragrance in the clear air will rejuvenate your mind, body and soul. 

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