Krishna Kunj inaugurated on Janmashtami in Raipur

Chief Minister Baghel inaugurated “Krishna Kunj” by worshiping Shri Krishna on the day of Janmashtami

On Friday, on Shri Krishna Janmashtami, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel inaugurated Krishna Kunj in the capital Raipur. The Chief Minister offered prayers to Lord Shri Krishna at Krishna Kunj. After this, the plantation was done. Chief Minister Baghel planted a sapling of Kadamba in Krishna Kunj. On the initiative of the Chief Minister, Krishna Kunj is being developed in all the urban areas of the state. 383 saplings were planted in 1.68 hectares of Krishna Kunj built-in Telibandha.

Chief Minister Baghel has directed all collectors to allot at least one acre of land to the Forest Department for developing Krishna Kunj. So far 162 places in the state have been identified for Krishna Kunj. Preparation for plantation is also being done with great enthusiasm.

Here banyan, peepal, and kadamba are culturally important and life-useful mangoes, tamarind, ber, Ganga tamarind, Jamun. Also, Ganga ber, mulberry, tendu, chironji, pomegranate, kaitha, neem, sycamore, palas. And guava, sitaphal, bael, and amla. Saplings will be planted. To give a unique identity to Krishna Kunj and to show uniformity in all bodies, the design of the logo on the boundary wall gate has been made uniform.

जन्माष्टमी पर बालोद में वन विभाग ने की कृष्ण कुंज की स्थापना

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel said it has been named Krishna Kunj to connect plantations with people, preserve their cultural heritage, and give them a unique identity. Due to the indiscriminate felling of trees due to urbanization in the past years, the existence of these trees is ending. The initiative of Krishna Kunj is being taken to connect the coming generations with the importance of these trees.

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