According to Mahatma Gandhi “the World is enough for everyone's need, but not enough for everyone's greed”. In earlier times before 1775, the historic range and distribution of Indian Sundarbans was around 9500 sq.km. approximately. Then after, the forest reclamation was started in Sundarbans in the year of 1775 while the British Govt. has leased-out to 144 Jamindars against a certain amount of monthly revenue. This is just within 246 years; we have already lost 5000 sq.km. of Mangrove chunk due to massive deforestation for human settlement and expansion of agriculture. Actually, it continued till 1972. A large influx of Bangladeshi refugees has sheltered in and around the Sundarbans that time. On the other hand, the most valuable mangrove buffer has already suffered and is being suffering a huge loss and damage during this period. For an example, this can be projected that 5000 sq.km. of land is equivalent to 5:00 lakhs hectares. Moreover, mangrove stocking density is 4000 trees per hectare. So it can be assumed that, some 200 Cores trees we have already lost!! This is not only a nightmare to an environmentalist but is a severe environmental threat to all the mainland citizens of India, especially the ‘City of Joy’ –Kolkata. The city itself stands on a high risk zone due to the gradual disappearance of Sundarban Mangrove forest! A single oceanic trench or cyclone can play a devastating role for the city! It is worthwhile to mention, mangrove is the natural shield or buffer of the sea land interface. It protects the mainland from natural calamity and erosion of soil to a great extent. We should remember that and to act responsively to leave a cleaner, better and safer environment for our future generations. Obviously, there is no magic wand to overcome the situation overnight but our collective effort is badly needed to restore the sundarban as much as we can. You are a responsible citizen of India. So, we would like to invite you to join us in the battle and to donate funds for planting more and more mangrove trees in and around the Sundarbans, as a part of the restoration program. Donate rupees 1050 per month to plant 10 more trees at Sundarbans. Contact us to join in the battle.