Flowers offered in the temple will not go to waste, will now become a means of employment for women

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Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that this will also pave the way for self-reliance of our mother power. (File photo)

CM said that incense sticks will be made from these flowers. Women groups will be added to this. This will also pave the way for self-reliance of our mother power. It is also being used to make perfumes from these flowers.

Lucknow. Flowers that were thrown after offering in temples or flowing in rivers have now become a means of employment. Mahayogi Gorakhnath Krishi Vigyan Kendra and CIMAP have made these flowers the medium of income of women. Government spokesman gave information about this. A spokesperson of the state government said on Sunday that Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath in Gorakhnath temple in Gorakhnath (Gorakhnath) with technical support of CISR-CIMAP (Central Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants) Lucknow Inaugurated the incense sticks ‘Sri Gorakhnath Ashirwad’ made from flowers offered.

Faith will not hurt now

On this occasion, the Chief Minister said that till now flowers offered in the temples were thrown or flowed in the rivers. He said that this used to hurt the faith as well and was causing a crisis of waste. He said that Mahayogi Gorakhnath Krishi Vigyan Kendra and CIMAP have made these flowers a source of income for women. In this work, a large number of women will be connected through groups and by this, women will be able to earn a good income while doing household work. This will also pave the way for self-reliance of our mother power.

Perfume making is also being usedYogi said that the experiment to make perfume has also been started, which is very fragrant. In future, the disposable flowers after Mangalik programs and the flowers thrown after the house worship will also be included in this campaign. Also, many types of incense sticks will be made from the offered vinegar and basil. He said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of converting ‘West to Wealth’ is being realized by this effort to make incense sticks from flowers offered in the temple. This is giving respect to faith. This is also a big step towards women’s empowerment.

CM saw the technology

Before the inauguration, the Chief Minister visited the stall of women trained in this work and observed how to make incense sticks. During the program, Yogi distributed wheat seeds to five farmers.



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