Girls feed cows, give message on serving destitute animals

  • | Sunday | 19th November, 2023

Varanasi: More than a dozen girls visited Shri Kashi Vishwanath Temples Gaushala in Birdopur locality and fed roti and jaggery to the cows there on Saturday. According to the Hindu scriptures, feeding the first roti to a cow is equivalent to offering it to God.In the programme organised under the leadership of the patron of Gau Seva Sankalp Samiti (Trust) and MLC Ashok Dhawan, the little girls gave a social message on serving and taking care of destitute animals.The objective of Gau Seva Sankalp Samiti is to take care of cows, which do not give milk and are left abandoned like other stray animals, said Dhawan.We also published the following articles recentlyViksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra in two districts of AP from todayPrime Minister Narendra Modi will be launching a nationwide campaign called Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra on November 15. The campaign aims to reach vulnerable citizens who are eligible for government schemes but have not yet benefited from them. The yatra will cover two districts in Andhra Pradesh, with a significant tribal population. The objective is to raise awareness through outreach activities and achieve maximum participation in government flagship schemes. A total of 111 vans will be allocated to cover both rural and urban areas across the state.Beginners Guide To Anime: 10 Must-Watch Series To Dive Into The Anime WorldThis article presents a curated list of the top 10 anime series tailored for beginners. The recommended shows include "Jujutsu Kaisen," "Death Note," "Mob Psycho 100," "Pokmon," "Naruto," "Demon Slayer," "Spy X Family," "Hunter X Hunter," "One-Punch Man," and "Dragon Ball." These series offer a diverse range of genres, from action and thriller to comedy and supernatural elements, providing an exciting introduction to the world of anime.PM Modi launches Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra to promote central schemesPrime Minister Narendra Modi has launched the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, a nationwide program aimed at reaching out to eligible citizens who have not yet benefited from various central schemes. The program involves specially designed IEC vans that will travel to different districts with significant tribal populations. The yatra, which will cover 2.7 lakh gram panchayats and 15,000 urban locations, will conduct ground-level activities using these automated vans. The campaign will conclude on January 25, 2024.

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