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Cleanliness programme near Kamakhya Temple

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GUWAHATI, June 24 - Voice of Environment (VoE) today conducted a programme on the Kamakhya Temple premises to create awareness among devotees, visitors and sadhus on cleanliness and proper waste disposal during the ongoing Ambubachi Mela.

The Ambubachi Mela has witnesses footfalls in the range of 20-25 lakh during the three days of festivities.

The VoE team led by environmentalist Moharana Choudhury and Minakshi Dutta also had an interactive session with video bites targeting visitors and devotees, including the sadhus. They had another special interview-cum-interaction with the Kamakhya temple authorities comprising Mohit Sharma, Kobindra Sharma, and presented a collaborative roadmap for a clean, eco-friendly and plastic-free zone within the temple premises.

The temple authorities pledged full cooperation for the cause to make the Kamakhya area a plastic-free zone, and to focus on proper waste disposal.

Meanwhile, the Kamakhya temple continued to witness huge rush of pilgrims on the third day today.

In view of the huge rush, the International Human Rights & Crime Control Organisation, Guwahati Chapter, distributed food items such as muri, chira, biscuits, and water and juices at Maligaon Railway Station to about 2,000 devotes. It also volunteered services at Sri Sri Pandunath Dewalaya, distributing rice, dal, puri-sabji, halwa, and dakshina in the form of Rs 5 coins to all the devotees.

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Cleanliness programme near Kamakhya Temple

GUWAHATI, June 24 - Voice of Environment (VoE) today conducted a programme on the Kamakhya Temple premises to create awareness among devotees, visitors and sadhus on cleanliness and proper waste disposal during the ongoing Ambubachi Mela.

The Ambubachi Mela has witnesses footfalls in the range of 20-25 lakh during the three days of festivities.

The VoE team led by environmentalist Moharana Choudhury and Minakshi Dutta also had an interactive session with video bites targeting visitors and devotees, including the sadhus. They had another special interview-cum-interaction with the Kamakhya temple authorities comprising Mohit Sharma, Kobindra Sharma, and presented a collaborative roadmap for a clean, eco-friendly and plastic-free zone within the temple premises.

The temple authorities pledged full cooperation for the cause to make the Kamakhya area a plastic-free zone, and to focus on proper waste disposal.

Meanwhile, the Kamakhya temple continued to witness huge rush of pilgrims on the third day today.

In view of the huge rush, the International Human Rights & Crime Control Organisation, Guwahati Chapter, distributed food items such as muri, chira, biscuits, and water and juices at Maligaon Railway Station to about 2,000 devotes. It also volunteered services at Sri Sri Pandunath Dewalaya, distributing rice, dal, puri-sabji, halwa, and dakshina in the form of Rs 5 coins to all the devotees.