Mobile Book Exhibition "Pustak Parikrama” Arrives at JharkhandThe mobile book exhibition from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pustak Parikrama, was launched by Deputy Commissioner Ram Niwas Yadav in Sahebganj, the Ganga city of Jharkhand.
on Dec 07, 2022
The book exhibition truck arrived at Jharkhand's Ganga city, offers a chance to comprehend Ganga's significance in terms of culture and ecology via the books. The mobile book exhibition from Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, Pustak Parikrama, was launched by Deputy Commissioner Ram Niwas Yadav in Sahebganj, the Ganga city of Jharkhand. Pustak Parikrama was arranged with the help of Namami Gange and the National Book Trust India.
He also stopped by the book van during this sequence and he was impressed by this innovative effort to educate people about the significance of the Ganga. Anuranjan Kispotta, the superintendent of police, Anjana Bharti, the state coordinator for the Clean Ganga Mission, Prof. Ranjit Singh, the principal of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, members of the mobile book parikrama, and others were present for the inauguration.
Let us inform you that this book exhibition will travel to various colleges, universities, and other significant locations in the towns and cities that are located along the banks of the Ganges, as well as educate students and young people about the environmental and cultural significance of the river. This will raise awareness of the lengthy history of this revered river. On December 22, 2022, the Ganga Book Exhibition will arrive in Haldia after traveling through the Kolkata neighborhoods of Sahibganj and Baharampur.
Beginning in Uttarakhand's Haridwar, this voyage has passed via Prayagraj, Mirzapur, Varanasi, Chhapra, Patna, Begusarai, Sultanganj, and Bhagalpur.
To raise awareness among students in the schools of the cities and towns located around the Ganga banks, various activities such as drawing, writing, speech, and other competitions are being organized on the 25,100-kilometer journey from Haridwar to Haldia.