Forests in tropical areas provide a wide range of ecological, economic and social benefits. Industrial development and population explosion catalysed the shrinkage of natural forest areas. Tackling these issues afforestation has been accepted as a key measure. The trajectory of restoration is challenging – the original ecosystem and its history is often unavailable. Restoration activities – establishing of the forest land using fast growing easily manageable tree species without considering the original ecological history and plant composition of the area. This proposed work suggests that, restoration should assess ecological history through paleo ecological records from natural archives. This work tries to explicitly address ecological reestablishment of an area and there by contributing to the micro climate of the region.