Harela Festival: Medicinal Plants Planted With Songs

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The Harela festival was celebrated with pomp in and around Kotdwar. After the construction of the temple at Kauliganga, near Tadkeshwar Dham, many medicinal plants, including Rudraksha, were sung for the first time.
On Saturday, advocates under the leadership of Bar Association President Ajay Pant planted plantations of different species at the court facilities located in Simalchaud. The seedlings were planted at the Homeland Academy in the presence of the principal Sunil Kumar Kotnala, Baluni Public School in the presence of the director of the Bipin Baluni institute. The planting was also done at Rohit Agarwal Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College Padampur Motadhank. Government volunteers from Inter College Sendhikhal planted 30 fruit plants.
Meherban Singh Kandari Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College Manager Vishnu Kumar Agarwal, director Chandan Singh, Satyaprakash Thapliyal, cap. PL Khantwal, Parman and Balodhi planted seedlings. Students planted seedlings at Girls Inter College, Navyug Public School, Ritesh Sharma Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, Janki Nagar and Hemandas Saraswati Shishu Mandir. The plantation was done on behalf of Nagarik Vichar Manch Rural Development at Pandit Deen Dayal Navani Smriti Vatika, located east of Jhandichur.
On behalf of the Ardh Sainik and the Social Development Society of ex-militarists, at the primary school located in Dhruvpur, the Council of Ex-militarist Services planted seedlings in the Ayurvedic hospital complex Simalchaud.
Shivanshu and Aastha pass the rehearsal contest
The Harela festival competition was held at Shanti Vallabh Memorial Inter College Manpur. In the primary category painting competition, Aaradhya came first, Eliza got second and Priyanshi got third. Prachi, Sanaya, Divyanshi Negi in the primary category, Anshika, Yamini, Soumya in the junior category and Srishti Bharti, Priyanshi, Aastha were first, second and third respectively in the senior category. Jiya Saifi, Simran, Shivanshi in the junior section of the general knowledge contest, Aastha, Nitin, Aditya in the senior category, Shivanshu Sundriyal in the junior section of the essay contest, Srishti, Aastha Keshtwal, Srishti Bisht and Srishti in the category senior came first, second, respectively, and took third place. The main guest, former director Dr. BBS Rawat handed out the prizes to the winners.
The planting was done on behalf of the Lansdowne forest division at Siddhabali temple in Gularjhala. On behalf of the Jaiharikhal Land Conservation Forest Division, 200 seedlings were planted near Kendriya Vidyalaya. On this occasion, the head of Jaiharikhal block, Deepak Bhandari, the DFO of the Department of Land Conservation Amresh Kumar Srivastava, senior officer Anurag Joshi, Bhavna Verma, etc. were present. The Mohit Agarwal family, resident in CA Lansdowne, Delhi, planted 900 seedlings. In the Dugadda mountain range, municipal president Bhavna Chauhan and employees planted plantations. An awareness seminar was organized at the Diva Range office located in Dhumakote. The main guest of the program, senior deputy chief Lalit Patwal, Tehsildar Yashveer Singh, village chief Shakuntala Devi, forestry officer MS Rawat, and so on.

The Harela festival was celebrated with pomp in and around Kotdwar. After the construction of the temple at Kauliganga, near Tadkeshwar Dham, many medicinal plants, including Rudraksha, were sung for the first time.

On Saturday, advocates under the leadership of Bar Association President Ajay Pant planted plantations of different species at the court facilities located in Simalchaud. The seedlings were planted at the Homeland Academy in the presence of the principal Sunil Kumar Kotnala, Baluni Public School in the presence of the director of the Bipin Baluni institute. The planting was also done at Rohit Agarwal Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College Padampur Motadhank. Government volunteers from Inter College Sendhikhal planted 30 fruit plants.

Meherban Singh Kandari Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College Manager Vishnu Kumar Agarwal, director Chandan Singh, Satyaprakash Thapliyal, cap. PL Khantwal, Parman and Balodhi planted seedlings. Students planted seedlings at Girls Inter College, Navyug Public School, Ritesh Sharma Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, Janki Nagar and Hemandas Saraswati Shishu Mandir. The plantation was done on behalf of Nagarik Vichar Manch Rural Development at Pandit Deen Dayal Navani Smriti Vatika, located east of Jhandichur.

On behalf of the Ardh Sainik and the Social Development Society of ex-militarists, at the primary school located in Dhruvpur, the Council of Ex-militarist Services planted seedlings in the Ayurvedic hospital complex Simalchaud.

Shivanshu and Aastha pass the rehearsal contest

The Harela festival competition was held at Shanti Vallabh Memorial Inter College Manpur. In the primary category painting competition, Aaradhya came first, Eliza got second and Priyanshi got third. Prachi, Sanaya, Divyanshi Negi in the primary category, Anshika, Yamini, Soumya in the junior category and Srishti Bharti, Priyanshi, Aastha were first, second and third respectively in the senior category. Jiya Saifi, Simran, Shivanshi in the junior section of the general knowledge contest, Aastha, Nitin, Aditya in the senior category, Shivanshu Sundriyal in the junior section of the essay contest, Srishti, Aastha Keshtwal, Srishti Bisht and Srishti in the category senior came first, second, respectively, and took third place. The main guest, former director Dr. BBS Rawat handed out the prizes to the winners.

The planting was done on behalf of the Lansdowne forest division at Siddhabali temple in Gularjhala. On behalf of the Jaiharikhal Land Conservation Forest Division, 200 seedlings were planted near Kendriya Vidyalaya. On this occasion, the head of Jaiharikhal block, Deepak Bhandari, the DFO of the Department of Land Conservation Amresh Kumar Srivastava, senior officer Anurag Joshi, Bhavna Verma, etc. were present. The Mohit Agarwal family, resident in CA Lansdowne, Delhi, planted 900 seedlings. In the Dugadda mountain range, municipal president Bhavna Chauhan and employees planted plantations. An awareness seminar was organized at the Diva Range office located in Dhumakote. The main guest of the program, senior deputy chief Lalit Patwal, Tehsildar Yashveer Singh, village chief Shakuntala Devi, forestry officer MS Rawat, and so on.

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