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Madhya Pradesh Govt To Hold Quiz Competition On ‘ramayana’ With Air Travel To Ayodhya As Prize

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bhopal

Published by: Sanjeev Kumar Jha
Updated Mon, 18 Oct 2021 11:44 AM IST

Summary

The winner of the Ramayana Quiz will get a chance to travel for free to the city of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh where a grand Ram temple is being constructed. Usha Thakur, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Spirituality of Madhya Pradesh has given this information.

Shivraj Singh Chauhan
– Photo: PTI

The BJP government in Madhya Pradesh is going to organize a general knowledge competition based on the Hindu epic ‘Ramayana’. The winner will get a chance to travel for free to the city of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh where a grand Ram temple is being constructed. Usha Thakur, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Spirituality of Madhya Pradesh has given this information. An official statement on Sunday quoted the minister as saying that a general knowledge competition based on ‘Ramayana’ would be organized at the national and international level. The winners of the competition will get the opportunity to travel by air, the statement said. However, the minister did not specify the date of the competition.

A total of eight people including four students were selected from each district.
A total of eight people, including four students, from each district of the state will be selected on the basis of the competition inaugurated by the minister on Sunday. It is being organized by the Culture Department of Madhya Pradesh. On the occasion, Thakur also inaugurated a painting exhibition on Shabri, a character from ‘Ramayana’ who was a devotee of Lord Rama. Scholar Mandakini Ramkinkar, who gave discourses on ‘Ramayana’, and other prominent citizens were also present in the event.

One crore spent on ‘Ram Van Gaman Path’ project
The Madhya Pradesh government has also earmarked a sum of Rs one crore in this year’s state budget for the feasibility of the ‘Ram Van Gaman Path’ project and preparation of a detailed project report to take back the path taken by Lord Ram on his way. tries to.

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The BJP government in Madhya Pradesh is going to organize a general knowledge competition based on the Hindu epic ‘Ramayana’. The winner will get a chance to travel for free to the city of Ayodhya in Uttar Pradesh where a grand Ram temple is being constructed. Usha Thakur, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Spirituality of Madhya Pradesh has given this information. An official statement on Sunday quoted the minister as saying that a general knowledge competition based on ‘Ramayana’ would be organized at the national and international level. The winners of the competition will get the opportunity to travel by air, the statement said. However, the minister did not specify the date of the competition.

A total of eight people including four students were selected from each district.

A total of eight people, including four students, from each district of the state will be selected on the basis of the competition inaugurated by the minister on Sunday. It is being organized by the Culture Department of Madhya Pradesh. On the occasion, Thakur also inaugurated a painting exhibition on Shabri, a character from ‘Ramayana’ who was a devotee of Lord Rama. Scholar Mandakini Ramkinkar, who gave discourses on ‘Ramayana’, and other prominent citizens were also present in the event.

One crore spent on ‘Ram Van Gaman Path’ project

The Madhya Pradesh government has also earmarked a sum of Rs one crore in this year’s state budget for the feasibility of the ‘Ram Van Gaman Path’ project and preparation of a detailed project report to take back the path taken by Lord Ram on his way. tries to.

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