CM Yogi’s big initiative, flowers offered in the temple will now provide employment

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Big initiative of CM Yogi (File photo)

Director of CIMAP Lucknow, Dr. Prabodh Kumar Trivedi said that a similar effort will be started soon in Chandrika Devi temple of Lucknow.

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  • Last Updated:November 16, 2020 at 5:57 AM

Gorakhpur At the initiative of Gorakshpithadheeshwar and Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath (CM Yogi Adityanath), flowers of reverence offered in Gorakhnath temple of Gorakhpur will now become a source of employment. Let us know that incense sticks are being made from the flowers offered in the temple. For this, by training domestic women, they are being made self-sufficient for the cottage industry. Incense sticks made by Mahayogi Gorakhnath Krishi Vigyan Kendra Chowk Jungle Kauriya with the technical support of CISR-CIMAP (Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants) Lucknow have been branded as “Shri Gorakhnath Ashirwad”. The administration of Gorakhnath temple from its production to marketing is in the hands of the administration.

on this occasion Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath Said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of converting the West into wealth is being realized by this attempt to make incense sticks from the flowers offered in the temple. This is giving respect to faith. Also, it is also a big step towards women empowerment. Until now flowers offered in temples were thrown or flowed in rivers. This also hurt faith and garbage was also being created.

A woman making incense sticks with flowers

A woman making incense sticks with flowers

Mahayogi Gorakhnath Agricultural Science Center and CIMAP have made these flowers a source of income for women. He said that a large number of women will be added in this work through groups. This will enable women to earn a good income while doing household work.This is how incense sticks are made from flowers

After storing the flowers offered in the temple, they are put into a machine and made into dry powder. Then this powder is kneaded like flour and plated on a stick with wooden flour. Finally the coated stick is soaked in liquid smell and dried. A woman trained in this work can complete her domestic work and earn an income of four to 5 thousand rupees per month.

There will also be a beginning in Lucknow

Director of CIMAP Lucknow, Dr. Prabodh Kumar Trivedi said that for the first time, incense sticks are being made from flowers offered in a temple in Uttar Pradesh. A similar effort will be started soon in Chandrika Devi temple of Lucknow.



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