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Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav 2023 begins in Dehradun

Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav 2023 begins in Dehradun

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Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav 2023 begins in Dehradun

Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav 2023: The four-day Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav 2023 (millet festival) has begun in Dehradun to create public awareness about the health benefits of millets and deliberate on the state's potential to grow crops in this category.

Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav: Participate by

Agriculture Ministers, scientists and farmers of other States including Union Agriculture Minister Narendra Tomar will participate in the Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav 2023

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Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav: Aims

The four-day Uttarakhand Shri Ann Mahotsav (millet festival) are aimed at attracting more and more people towards millet production, which is to be doubled by 2025.

Important facts for upcoming exams from the above Current Affairs Topic

  • Formation of Uttarakhand: 9 November 2000
  • Nickname(s) of Uttarakhand: "Devabhumi" ("Land of the Gods")
  • Capital of Uttarakhand: Dehradun
  • Largest city of Uttarakhand: Dehradun
  • Governor of Uttarakhand: Gurmit Singh
  • Chief Minister of Uttarakhand: Pushkar Singh Dhami (BJP)
  • Chief Justice  of Uttarakhand: Vipin Sanghi
  • High Court of Uttarakhand: Nainital
  • Speaker of the Assembly: Ritu Khanduri Bhushan 
  • Population of Uttarakhand Census (2011): 10,086,292
  • Literacy rate of Uttarakhand Census (2011): 78.82%
  • Languages Official of Uttarakhand: Hindi  *Additional official: Sanskrit
  • Other spoken Languages in Uttarakhand: Garhwali, Kumaoni, Jaunsari and others 

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