More than a post about nature, Anushka Sharma's latest post is giving us some serious motivation and inspiration to hit the roads and get lost in nature amidst the Coronavirus lockdown. Since it has been almost 4 months that we are locked inside, her photos are only making our hearts aflutter. Moving on, World Nature Conservation Day is observed each year on July 28th and this day is celebrated internationally to increase awareness about the best practices to protect our natural resources. On the same note, Anushka Sharma who is a nature lover took to her Instagram account and shared a few photos of picturesque scenery on her feed while also telling the significance of nature. She shared some throwback pictures from her vacation diaries to tell her fans about the importance of nature.
While sharing the pictures on her feed, she captioned it as, "A healthy environment is the foundation for a stable and productive society. Our lives, what we breathe, where we live, what we eat and our species’ and other species existence is directly related to Mother Nature. As human beings, the steps towards conservation is being respectful, providing protection and co-existing in harmony with Nature. We all must participate to protect, conserve and sustainably manage our natural resources. Mother Nature will respect us if we respect her. Often, small steps taken collectively lead to impactful changes. Let’s always remember that Earth is beautiful and we should let it be that way #WorldNatureConservationDay"
Meanwhile, on the professional front, Anushka Sharma who was last seen in Zero along with Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif is currently enjoying her role as a producer who has backed Paatal Lok and Bulbbul and both her production ventures received some rave reviews from fans as well as critics.
Image source: Instagram/ anushkasharma/ APH
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