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Mangaldeep Green Temple launches Socio Cultural Initiatives

Mangaldeep Green Temple – an Initiative of Mission Sunehra kal of ITC limited has started an initiative at Kapaleeswarar temple in Mylapore, Chennai by installing a bio-gas plant & Organic composter in order to implement sustainable solid waste management processes. The Output of Biogas and Organic manure is getting utilized in temple by generating fuel for a minimum of 3 hours cooking at Annadanakudam and 100 Kg compost per day for gardening at the temple premises.

 

In order to engage and involve devotees & neighborhood for spreading awareness and continuous engagement in Green temple activities, Mangaldeep has collaborated with Mylapore resident welfare association to organize socio-cultural programmes in temple premises. The Mylapore Resident Welfare Association is a confederation of many Resident welfare associations operating in and around Mylapore.  This association has a wing called “Kapaleecharam”, which works at Sri Kapaleeswarar Temple, Mylapore on eco-friendly, pedestrian friendly, vehicle free Mada streets.

 

The Event is all about engaging and educating devotees and neighborhood communities by building awareness, highlighting importance about the initiative and involving them in sustenance of the project.

 

Event Highlights:

  • Bharatanatyam by Dr. Sujatha Mohan & Team
  • Social awareness video by Mangaldeep Green Temple & Kapaleecharam committee
  • Felicitating residents of Mylapore, who have contributed to the society at large

 Guests of Honour:

  • Shri V.M.Rajasekharan, CEO, Matches & Agarbatti SBU – ITC Limited
  • Dr.R.Nataraj, IPS (Retd.), MLA Mylapore
  • Shri K.N.Ramasamy,Director – Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, Mylapore
  • Smt. Kaveri, Executive Officer – Kapaleeshwarar Temple, Mylapore
  • Smt. Mangalam Balasubramaniam, Founder – Exnora Green Pammal
  • Shri.P.Saravanan, DCP, Mylapore

 

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