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We’re Save Aravali trust
& We Care for Aravalis

On Mission to not only save one of oldest mountain of India, but also to ensure greener and cleaner tomorrow.

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Volunteers Working with Us

Save Aravali Trust is a 100% volunteer driven organization. We are working on all fronts to save the Aravalis - the lungs of Delhi NCR region.


With close to 30,000 saplings planted in recent peak monsoon, we are wholeheartedly dedicated for a cleaner and greener Aravali.

Water conservation

With increasing irregularity in rain patterns and longer dry spells, we are working on reviving Johads (water bodies) as well as creating rain water harvesting systems.


Increasing awareness among the masses about the need for Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.


We have been focusing on Conservation of Wildlife in Aravali.


Over More than

30,000+ Saplings Planted This Year

From seed procurement to it’s germination in the nursery, to its plantation in the Aravali forest, and then regular watering and maintenance of those plants. We are reaching new milestones each year. And this is possible with volunteers like you and our collaboration with noble organizations.


Plantation Activity in Faridabad Fo…

Plantation Activity in Faridabad Forest

Join us for a transformative morning of environmental stewardship with Save Aravali Trust. Together,…

Sun 03-Sep-2023 View Event

Plantation drive with Rhenus and Sa…

Plantation drive with Rhenus and Save Aravali Trust

Join us for a transformative morning of environmental stewardship as Rhenus partners with the Save A…

Sat 26-Aug-2023 View Event

15 Aug | Flag hosting | Plantation

15 Aug | Flag hosting | Plantation

Hi, We invite you to the flag hosting ceremony on 15th August, 2023. We will also have plantation d…

Tue 15-Aug-2023 View Event


Working since more than 6 years, we have been gradually adding more and more achievements and sense of responsiblity towards Aravali and its revival.




Johads revived





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