About The founder

Swami Prem Parivartan, famously known as ‘Peepal Baba’ was born to an army officer’s family in Chandigarh in 1966. At birth,  Peepal Baba was given the name Azad Jain. After his college and university education, Azad Jain came to be known as Swami Prem Parivartan as he took to teaching Yoga and Meditation as his career.

Swami Parivartan holds a Postgraduate degree in English Literature from University of Pune. Peepal Baba took to teaching university students in the morning hours and by evening Peepal Baba was a Yoga practitioner and teacher.

Peepal Baba has planted and conserved over 1.25 crore Peepal trees. Peepal Baba
continues to do so everyday, and plans to do the same till his last
breath.

His organization Give me trees Trust has become the largest voluntary tree planting movement in India.

Focussing on Peepal and Neem trees, the most important keystone varieties of the Indian subcontinent, Give Me Trees has over 11,500 volunteers all over the country. Give Me Trees Trust has been working in villages, along highways, ponds, rivers, mountain forest fringes, wetlands, wastelands and farmlands.

Give Me Trees has so far worked with more than 55+ partners organizations like the US Forest Service, Indian Army, BSF, CRPF, HCL Foundation, Reliance brands, Woodland, Timberland, Honda Trading Corporation, Just Dial, leading Indian universities, schools, colleges, and a host of other companies who seek CSR partnerships.

Give Me Trees continues to search and bond with new friends who quickly become part of the extended family.