The Forest Research Institute today launched the new bilingual (Hindi and English) website of the institute on the occasion of closing ceremony of Hindi Week. The web address of the new Hindi-speaking website www.fri.res.in/hindi and the English website address is www.fri.res.in which can be viewed through any web browser on the Internet like Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Edge. This website of the institute is fully bilingual (Hindi and English) in which it has been taken care of that every page of the website should be in Hindi language according to the English web page so that every person visiting the website has the actual webpage (Hindi Graphics, images and Hindi drop-down menu) similar to Hindi. IT cell of the Forest Research Institute has developed this website under technical guidance of the in-charge of the cell, Neelesh Yadav, in which the latest web technology of website development has been used. This website has been developed in collaboration with all the departments and offices of the institute. This website provides information on all major aspects of the institute. Two books on the history page of the Institute have been made available in PDF form, which provide old rare photographs and other information related to the history of the Forest Research Institute. Through this website, the information of all activities, events, training programs, research and related programs of the institute will be available in a pictorial form. Phone and other information of the Institute’s recently started Forestry Helpline is also available on the website. Knowledge of technology, services etc. developed by the Institute is also available on the website which is being updated regularly. All the research divisions, their ongoing projects, and all the necessary information of the projects are also available on the website. Simultaneously, the illustrated information of the institute’s world renowned forestry museums is also available on the website, which will also be created with 360 views supported in the near future so that the visitors can view these museums virtually through the home sitting website. Links to many research related web portals and databases developed by the Institute are also available on the main page of the website. This website will provide information to all the activities of the institute through all important photographs and videos to forestry experts as well as ordinary citizens.