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Kangra temples will be plastic free-real flowers will replace plastic flowers in temples

Dharamshala, June 3 (UNI) Kangra district administration is going to take an important initiative to make the temples of the area plastic free. The administration will launch the 'Plastic Free Temple' project in the district.
Under this project, plastic flowers kept in temples will be replaced with real flowers. District Magistrate Dr. Nipun Jindal will inaugurate the 'Plastic Free Temple' project on the occasion of World Environment Day on June 5 at 11.30 am from Shri Chamunda Mata Mandir.
The initiative is an effort to avoid using plastic material within the temple premises and promote the use of natural alternatives. Also dedicated to creating an eco-friendly environment within the temples, reducing the negative effects of plastic and further strengthening the commitment to environmental protection.
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