• The Bell is Tolling!

  • It is time to Talk!

  • The planet is Burning!

  • Let's Cover the Earth!

  • Let's Ruralize our Cities!

Shreya Sharma – Shalimarbagh, Delhi, India

India's population is going to be deadlier than the brutality of the IS, very soon. Why do we need so many people? Politicians do not want to bring the population down because that will affect their votebanks but we do want. Will you join me to Ruralize Shalimarbagh?

Ashok Kunnummal – Mattannur, Kerala, India

I am Ashok from Mattannur, Kerala, India. While a new airport is coming up here in Mattannur, I wonder if that really means Development! Hadn't we needed more trees than an airport? If you hadn't taken me in the wrong, will you join me to Ruralize Mattannur?

Jinto Joseph – Australia

How many of us will agree that the upcoming Metro Project is not Development? As long as the people and government believe that more facilities are development, their future is unimaginable. Realize! Will you join me Ruralize Kannur?

Shreyansh Jain – Delhi, India

I am an Economics Student. I have been told that India's economy is leaping like never before. But what good is a leaping economy without clean water, clean air and healthy people? Will you join me Ruralize Delhi's Ashok Vihar?

Rajesh Chirappattu – Trivandrum, India

I am a writer. It is the first time I have fallen into the concept to Ruralization. I think it is time I left my pen to pick up saplings. Trivandrum was once a cool heaven but how it has changed! Will you join me Ruralize Trivandrum?

Jithin Joshy – Jammu, India

Ruralization is a great concept. We live in a world where every worthless word finds a place in dictionaries but this word can't be found in dictionaries. Will you JOIN ME to Ruralize Jammu?

Aditya Prakash – Hyderabad, India

India is the second most populated country in the world. There are politicians who make us believe that a huge population is a big power. No. A huge population is a burden, an epidemic. Over population is the prime reason for Urbanization. Will you join me to Ruralize Hyderabad?

Sejal Puri – Kolkata, India

Middle of April and most Indian cities experience 44 to 47 degree Celsius. Soon it will cross 55 and our ACs will not cool our rooms! Something should be done and I and you should do that. Let's not wait for our politicians to do everything. Will you join to Ruralize Kolkata?

Basu Rai, Delhi, India

I am a Child Rights Activist. I am much worried about the future of our children. Are we going to leave a desert for our next generations? All I can see is deserts with tall buildings and barren wastelands! Will you join me to Ruralize Delhi's slums?

Tree1RIP or Ruralise India Project aims to convert the earth back into its original state - the Paradise. Due to urbanization and people's greed for money and advanced facilities, the earth is being converted into a desert.

With temperatures rising rapidly and glaciers melting, the earth is going the way of extinction. The question is not how long we can survive but how to survive happily. 

Don't you too have a responsibility to save the earth - probably the only planet that can support life? Or, is it eat, drink and dance that life is all about? You have the right to choose your life as the Nature has its powers to decide how it should react.

Join RIP - Ruralize India Project. It is a matter of two choice - RIP or RIP. 

It is very easy to be part of RIP. Once we have got a million members on Facebook, we will fix a day to submit a request to the President and/or the Prime Minister to legalize 2 of our demands:


We raise this question: Should we increase production for a huge population and pollute the earth or cut down population and reduce production?

Let's think beyond religion and politics. Hindu or Muslim or Whatever, let's come together to save the earth from the approaching heat, drought, famine, crimes, pollution, population, diseases and finally a slow, slow death!


If every child of India planted 10 trees and tended them, India will be safe from the unbearable heat, drought and water scarcity it is already suffering. 10 Tress, is that a big deal? 

With TREE-CARD, it will be mandatory for every citizen to have 10 trees planted and raised for sure. Like an identity card such as Aadhar, every Indian will have to submit his/her TREE-CARD for every official purpose such as applying for a driver's licence or passport.

When TREE-CARD becomes mandatory, the country will have sufficient forest not only for checking global warming but also for Ruralising the entire nation.

Small FamilyThe educated and therefore rich people of India have already realized the benefits of having 1 or 2 children but more than 80% of Indians still believe that more children means more income or blah! blah!

If you are planning to have a third child, you are the most uncivilized! Boy or Girl, they are God's gifts but not a Third one! Our country cannot afford any more. We are too big a burden for the world.

  • 2 Children's parents will live like Kings and Queens.
  • More children means more drought, no rains, poverty, diseases, unemployment, unhappiness, crimes.