It is believed that, if the person recites hymn (mantra) of his Nakshathra, sitting under the concerned tree, all the problems in his life will be solved and gets good results.

Nakshatra Vanam

‘He who plants trees on the earth will never lose his place in the heaven’- from MAHASHIVAPURANAM. This statement upholds that the conservation of forest and its wealth is the prime motive. The concept of adoption of a plant is been derived from Indian cultural history. The Indian astrology is based on the concept of ‘Nakshatras’ (Constellations) and ‘Rashis’ (moon signs).  Our ancient saints were the ecologists and environmentalists of the bygone days. They realised the importance of plants and animals for human existence which led them to conserve them in the form of Gods.

The Indian astrological system mentions 27 stars (Nakshatras). Each star is attributes with one tree and a presiding deity. There are all 27 stars present in a year and every individual has a star assigned to him/her depending on the date and time on which he/she is born. Each and every person born on earth will (have to) belong to any one of these 27 stars. . If you have the exact time of birth, it can easily be traced down by any astrologer. One of the foremost duties of an Indian is to protect his star plant and prevent himself from cutting down his star plant.


Each tree here keeps giving energy to that particular person born during that particular star. So any ailments or health problems are set right / healed / cured when you spend/ meditate near or under that particular tree, corresponding to their star. So the presence of the complete set of 27 trees directly creates a healthy and sound physical, mental, psychological and spiritual beings; which is the ultimate and absolute bliss to oneself and to the Earth too.