In Sirohi, over 60 students from the 7th and 8th grades of Ajit Vidya Mandir School, under the Young Intek Unit of the Indian Cultural Fund Sirohi Chapter, visited “Jedra Veer Forest” in Naya Sanwara, in collaboration with the Forest Department of Sirohi. Principal Rohit Kumar Jani flagged off the group from the school. During the tour, the Forest Checkpoint Officer, Jitendra Singh, and Forest Guard, Hitesh Kumar, informed the students about forest regulations, safety precautions, and the importance of forest conservation. The forest in-charge mentioned that this forest area is generally off-limits to the public. He highlighted that the forest has various water sources for wild animals and is inhabited by wildlife such as black deer, blue bulls, and bears. They also showed their watchtower that overlooks the entire forest area. School teacher Mukesh Suthar shared with the children the significance and utility of forests in human life. They were informed about the phrase “forests are life,” emphasizing that forests play a crucial role in human health and well-being.