“Rather than focus on big things, start doing little impactful things.”, bold lines said by a young Indian who is all set to change the ecology of the country for good. The Rising Bharat got the opportunity to interview this young man with ideas bigger than imagination.

A different result requires doing something different, if you always do what you always did, you will always get what you always got.
Inspired by Akira Miyawaki’s method, Shubhendu Sharma started Afforestt at the young age of 25 in the year 2011.

As mentioned in their website, ( ) : Afforestt is a service provider for creating natural, wild, maintenance free, native forests. At Afforestt, the team members work passionately on and off-site to provide the best solutions at the lowest possible cost.

Started in January 2011, Afforestt is a for profit social enterprise on a mission to bring back our native forests.
Their mission is to bring back our lost forests, they do it by creating them.

It is believed that social cause does not help in filling your pocket, it cannot help you make a living. Breaking this myth, he created Afforestt making it a for-profit organisation.

Forests consisting entirely of indigenous plants. Afforestt has created 104 native forests all over the world. Afforest has created 33 forests so far across 11 cities of India and wants to increase the number.

They are too loyal regarding their work that the growth of the trees motivates everyone to wake up in the morning. Even a small change in the trees act as his deep motivation as it is a beautiful process to witness.
Further, Shubhendu aspires to focus on landscape conversion into beautiful forests.
He admonishes everyone, by saying that rather than focus on big things, start doing little impactful things.