World Researchers Associations

Corporate Identity Number of WRA licensed by Govt. of India: U80902MP2018NPL045871;
Income Tax PAN No. AACCW2124L; Niti Aayog Unique ID MP/2018/0209358
Donations to WRA are exempted under 80-G.

Donations to WRA are exempted under 80-G of the Income tax with effect from 25-02-2020. Please contribute Rs. 1000/- per plant for better environment and oblige.

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Mission Our Plantation

Our mission is SAVE ENVIRONMENT; SAVE EARTH.
  • • We hope to plant 50,000 trees in next 18 months at barren land of Keshar Hillock (area 25 acres) situated at Mhow – Manpur road (old A.B. road) near Keshar Bardi Village. (Distance from Indore 40 Km.) to preserve environment. We have already planted 15,000 trees and we are preserving this mini forest.
  • • We are promoting research in every field and helping young research students in making their careers, publishing their research manuscripts free of cost in our journals, helping them in making research projects and other activities.
  • • We are imparting education to school and college students regarding training, skill development for research activities and making them aware about preservation of environment and forests.
  • • Only way to save earth is Huge Plantation.
  • • Plant 01 tree to any number of trees in memory of friends and relatives and so on (Rs. 1000/- per plant towards maintenance and service). Natural Farming.
  • • We are curing poor people having various diseases through plants, flowers and vegetables.
  • • We are promoting Yoga and Meditation activities at this place.
  • • Corporate sector is requested to make donations under CSR for plantation, environment and research to serve the society.







Dr R Chidambaram is nuclear man, Padma Vibhushan and most reputed scientist of India and ex Scientific Adviser to Prime Minister Shri Modi Ji. Dr Chidambaram spoke at our world congress on 16th and 17th February 2019 at Indore.

Our mission is to plant 50,000 trees in 18 months and therefore join our mission to save environment. Planting the trees is the only solution to save earth and to save humanity from disasters. Any person or any organization can plant minimum 01 tree to any number of trees by paying Rs. 1000/- (US $ 25) per plant and we will take care of the plant. We will keep every thing natural. We are trying that you may access your plants on mobile throung App "WRA Plantation".

There were roughly 3 trillion trees on Earth — more than seven times the number previously estimated — according to a tally1 by an international team of scientists. The study also finds that human activity is detrimental to tree abundance worldwide. Around 15 billion trees are cut down each year, the researchers estimate; since the onset of agriculture about 12,000 years ago, the number of trees worldwide has dropped by 46%.
[https://www.nature.com/news/global-count-reaches-3-trillion-trees-1.18287]

The only way to save environment and to save earth is that one should plant maximum trees so that our coming generation may get enough fresh air and drinking water. It is said that one person uses wood equivalent to 7 trees in whole of his life, therefore it is moral duty of every person to plant 7 trees at least. A grown up tree has at least 10,000 litres water in its roots. Population of earth is 7.4 billion as per data of year 2016. If each person plants 7 trees, then our earth will have 51.8 billion new trees in about 10 years.




जहां जहां उपस्थित हो हम, वहाँ वहाँ बंजर कुछ नहीं रहना चाहिए!
(Where ever we are present, nothing should remain barren there)
Dainik Bhaskar (29 October 2018)

"A single mature tree can absorb carbon dioxide at a rate of 48 lbs./year and can release enough oxygen back into the atmosphere to support 2 human beings." - McAliney, Mike. Arguments for Land Conservation: Documentation and Information Sources for Land Resources Protection, Trust for Public Land, Sacramento, CA, December 1993

"One acre of trees annually consumes the amount of carbon dioxide equivalent to that produced by driving an average car for 26,000 miles. That same acre of trees also produces enough oxygen for 18 people to breathe for a year."​ - New York Times