Telangana: Another important decision of the Telangana government is to plant this tree in every village and temple

Telangana: The innovative program launched by Green India Challenge with the intention of establishing Telangana state tree Jammi in every village and every temple has entered its second year. Forest Environment Minister Indrakaran Reddy, MP Kotha Prabhakar Reddy, Forest Corporation Chairman Onteru Pratap Reddy and Government Advisor Ramanachari along with MP Joginapally Santosh Kumar formally inaugurated the second batch of jammi saplings at Kothaguda Botanical Gardens Urban Forest Park. On the occasion of Dussehra festival, the Forest and Forest Departments have prepared proposals to plant one lakh and twenty thousand Jammi saplings in all the villages and temples together with the Green India Challenge. The poster of this program was also released on this occasion.

The most prestigious tree since the Vedic period, the Jammi trees, which are worshiped by everyone as a form of devotion, have been recognized by the government as the state tree of Telangana and the quail as the state bird. Santhosh Kumar disclosed that we have taken the slogan of Uru Uruko Jammi Chettu – Gudigudiko Jammi Chettu on behalf of Green India Challenge to have jammi trees which are endangered due to many reasons. The MP thanked the Forest and Revenue Departments for their support in this program.

In Telangana it is customary to worship Jammi tree on Dussehra. It is also customary to exchange Jammi leaves to relatives and wish them good luck. In view of these priorities, Minister Indrakaran Reddy said that on the occasion of the upcoming Dussehra Navratri celebrations, MP Santosh Kumar is invited to take up Jammichettu per village-Gudigudiko Jammi Chettu programme. It was revealed that an initiative is being taken by the Devadaya Department to plant and grow jammi trees in all the temples across the state.

In Telangana it is customary to worship Jammi tree on Dussehra. It is also customary to exchange Jammi leaves to relatives and wish them good luck. In view of these priorities, Minister Indrakaran Reddy said that on the occasion of the upcoming Dussehra Navratri celebrations, MP Santosh Kumar is invited to take up Jammichettu per village-Gudigudiko Jammi Chettu programme. It was revealed that an initiative is being taken by the Devadaya Department to plant and grow jammi trees in all the temples across the state.

New MP Prabhakar Reddy said that it is good that Santosh Kumar, who is a young MP, is giving priority to culture as well as environment. On behalf of the Forest Corporation, Chairman Onteru Pratap Reddy said that the Uru Uruko Jammi Chettu – Gudigudiko Jammi program will be taken widely to the people.

Government adviser KV Ramanachari said that Chief Minister KCR had declared Jammi Chettu as the state tree when the state of Telangana came into existence. He congratulated MP Santosh Kumar for his great idea to share Jammini, which has been a part of daily life since Vedic times, in the village temple and school. Organizers of the Green India Challenge said that those who participated in the Uru Uruko Jammi Chettu – Gudigudiko Jammi program should type their photos as Jammi and WhatsApp to 9000365000.

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