Wednesday, February 28, 2024

Tigers in Tadoba will get global recognition

A world record for tree planting with the support of the Miss World team

Tadoba Festival from 1st to 3rd March

Organized Festival for Wildlife Conservation and Sustainable Tourism- Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar

  Mumbai, Dt. 27: 'Tadoba Festival' is being held from March 1 to 3 at Chandrapur, which is called the tiger capital of the world. The 71st Miss World team announced their support to the state government's 'Save the Tiger' campaign in a program organized to mark the occasion. Forest Minister Sudhir Mungantiwar expressed the feeling that the festival has been organized for wildlife conservation and sustainable tourism and with Miss Universe from 112 countries declaring their support, it will create more awareness around the world about tiger conservation and conservation. He said that on the second day of this festival, the world record of planting the most trees in a single day will be established. Principal Secretary of Forest Department B. Venugopal Reddy, Head and CEO of Miss World Organization Mrs. Julia Morley, Miss World 2023 winner Carolina, Jamil Saidi were present on the occasion.

             Minister Shri. Mungantiwar said that the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve was established in 1955. Tadoba is the oldest national park in Maharashtra. The festival will be held at various locations in the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve. The Tadoba festival is a testament to our commitment to preserving our natural heritage while promoting sustainable development. The event not only highlights the importance of wildlife conservation but also the role of local communities with wildlife. By promoting tourism practices and conservation efforts, we are not only protecting our precious ecosystems but also creating opportunities for economic growth and local community empowerment, he noted. Promoting tourism, promoting industrial development all ensure protection of wildlife habitats, he said.

             In this three-day festival, various events are organized every day. In which interactive sessions are organized in the morning, panel discussions in the afternoon and cultural program in the evening. Nature Quiz. A traditional dance performance, a short film presentation and Shreya Ghoshal's song performance will be held on the inaugural day.

             On the second day of the event, there will be photography workshops, charity runs, seminars, and cultural events. The centerpiece of the program on this day is the Guinness World Record for the largest tree plantation program in the world. The festival will be replete with performances by renowned artistes like Ricky Cage and a poetry meet and other cultural events.

             On the 3rd day of the event, the participants will be treated to various events including Treasure Hunt Competition, Cyclothon, Painting Competition, Wildlife Quiz Competition and CSR Conclave. Minister Shri. Mungantiwar said

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