Surajkund Fair: Ram Temple can be viewed through a bioscope, beautiful handicrafts are available at reasonable prices.


Surajkund Fair: Ram Temple can be viewed through a bioscope, beautiful handicrafts are available at reasonable prices.

City: Baba’s Bioscope remains a special attraction for tourists at the 37th Surajkund Fair. Biscope’s mission is to show people various monuments of the country in one place. At the International Handicraft Fair, Shivam, who hails from the Bhilwara region of Rajasthan, will show tourists various monuments in a unique way through his bioscope. For an entry ticket of just 50 rupees, they entertain people by spinning the wheel of the bioscope on the lines of the films shown in ancient times and showing images of Jhansi and other places like Chittorgarh Fort, Qutub Minar, Taj Mahal, one of the seven Wonders of the world. Are.

Efforts are being made to continue the work of the ancestors

Shivam said that he supports his father in continuing the work of his ancestors. He has been coming to the Surajkund Crafts Fair with this bioscope for 12 years. Earlier, his father Sohanlal and grandfather Bhanwarlal also entertained people by displaying bioscopes at both Surajkund Fair and Dilli Haat. These bioscopes were installed at four locations at the fair. In the bioscope, tourists see the Ram Temple in Ayodhya on the one hand, and G-20 Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the other. Bioscope is also called Barah Maan Ki Dhoban in the local language.

The Chandigarh State Child Protection Council has set up a stall

The Haryana State Child Welfare Council, Chandigarh, set up a stall at the Surajkund fair. Various fine hand embroidery products like jute, mobile and potli bags, stitching clothes, wool bandarban, tharposh, chunteri (boiya), hip fabric handbags, bottle bags etc. are available here. All these products have been manufactured on behalf of the Child Welfare Council by girls and women undergoing education and are available at very affordable prices.

Women are trained in the training center

On behalf of the Child Welfare Council, Haryana, training centers are being run at Bal Kalyan Bhawan in every district where various training courses like sewing, embroidery, weaving, beauty care etc. are offered free of charge to girls and women. This makes women more independent and able to support their families. In these training centers of Bal Bhavan, girls and women are given free courses as per the syllabus by teachers. After completing this degree, women and girls will have more job opportunities. Furthermore, they can also avail the loan facility provided by the government to take up their own employment.

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