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Jhore Jole Jongole Celebrated World Tiger Day with Tiger Festival

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News Desk, News Nation 360 : On The eve of World Tiger Day, Jhore Jole Jongole the Eco-HeritageResort, took the initiative to organize a Tiger Festival for school students of Kolkata. The event saw active participation from students of Ruby Park Public School, Apeejay Park Street& Techno India Group Of Public Schools of Garia and Ariadaha making it a truly memorable and invigorating experience. A total of 20 students attended the Tiger Festival, accompanied by teachers, in the magnificent wilderness of the Sundarbans. The day-long program began with the students arriving at Jhore Jole Jungle in the Sundarbans in the morning. There was a captivating discussion on Tiger Conservation, where students shared inspiring stories on Nature Conservation Wildlife like ‘Tiger Who Came To Tea’ by Judith Kerr - Tiyash Ghosh  TIGPS, GARIA, soul-stirring poems like ‘The Tiger’ by William Blake - Lucas Olive Mondal TIGPS, GARIA and experiences shared by locals on tiger encounters and preserving the environment. There was a walk to the tiger rescue centre which was very much enjoyed by the students. An enlightening documentary on the Sundarbans followed, shedding light on the ecological significance of this unique mangrove forest and its crucial role in sustaining biodiversity. After an appetizing lunch, during which the students savoured the flavours of the region, the creativity of the students was put to the test with a mask-making and hanky painting activity. The masks had a tiger theme, reinforcing the core message of the festival for the conservation of these magnificent creatures. Prof Manoshi Roychowdhury, Co-Chairperson of Techno India Group & Director Jhore Jole Jongole said that the Tiger Festival at Jhore Jole Jongole has been an incredible chance to instil a love of environment and animal conservation in the students who will be their planet's future stewards. Through such events, they hope to nurture a generation that values the delicate balance of ecosystems and actively contributes to safeguarding natural heritage.

Pic : Courtesy

Report : Anustup Kundu

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