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Mith Trees or Mithini Relationship


Mith tree Sikkim Forest Tree (Amity and Revenrence) Rules, 2017


Source: Sikkim Government Gazette No 201 dated May 29, 2017

In order to promote and revive the age-old tradition of forging brotherhood relationship with trees, the State Government has notified Sikkim Forest Trees (Amity and Reverence) Rules, 2017 that allows any person to have a Mith/Mit or Mitini relationship with a tree or trees standing on his or her private land or on any public land, in which case, the tree shall be called a Mith/Mit tree.


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