Shivangga is a well-known and much-awaited event that is organized every year with the aim of promoting the conservation of water, forest, and land. This year, the event is being held from 24th February to 27th February, and is expected to be even more grand and impactful.
Brief Overview of the Event
Shivangga event is named after Shivji ka Halma, and is open to families from not just Madhya Pradesh, but also from the neighboring states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. This year, the event is estimated to have about 40,000 villagers from 1500 villages coming together to participate in Gati Yatra, religious awakening, and cultural programs. In addition to this, there will be about 1 lakh contour trenches being constructed, which will help conserve about 60 crore liters of water in upcoming rainy season.
Preparations for event have already begun, and various responsibilities have been assigned to the coordinators and general managers. Food and accommodation will be arranged for all the visitors, and a big pandal is being constructed to accommodate everyone. registration process is also underway, and invitations have been sent out to 2 lakh families in the three states.
Four-day Shivangga event will kick off on 24th February, with everyone arriving at the district headquarters. first day will include a session with social workers, screening of the Halma film, and discussions. On the second day, the final outline for the arrangements for the campaign will be presented, followed by cultural programs in the evening. On the third day, the villagers will leave for their respective villages under the Halma program. On the final day, visitors from outside will visit Shivangga Gurukul Ashram, and a closing session will be held.
Role of Padmashree Shivganga Chief Mahesh Sharma
Padmashree Shivganga Chief Mahesh Sharma will be playing a crucial role in the event, and has said that everyone will arrive at the district headquarters on 24th February, and after lunch, there will be a session with social workers, Halma film screening, and discussion. On 25th February, the final outline for the arrangements for the campaign will be presented, followed by a huge gathering and cultural programs in the evening. On 26th February, villagers will leave for their respective villages under the Halma program, and on 27th February, visitors from outside will visit Shivangga Gurukul Ashram and a closing session will be held.
- What is the purpose of Shivganga event?
Purpose of Shivganga event is to conserve and promote water, forest and land through the construction of contour trenches by villagers from different states.
- When and where will the event be held?
Event will be held from 24th February to 27th February at Hathipawa adjacent to the city.
- Who can participate in the event?
Event is open to all people, including students, social organizations, industries, and well-known personalities, as well as those associated with the administration.
- Will food and accommodation be provided for visitors?
Yes, food and accommodation will be arranged for all visitors coming from outside.
- Who are the coordinators for the event?
Coordinators for the event are Remu Wakhla, Rajaram Katara, General Managers Satish Amaliar, Bhanwarsingh Bhaiya, Coordinators Vikram Garwal, Satyajit Patel, Spokespersons Vijendrasingh Amaliar, Krishna Ninama, Harisingh Singad, Nitin Dhakad, for general contact and invitation Reshabh Seth.
Four-day Shivangga event of Shivji’s Halma is expected to be a grand and impactful event that will help promote the conservation of water, forest, and land. With the participation of 40,000 villagers from 1500 villages and the construction of 1 lakh contour trenches, it is estimated that 60 crore liters of water will be conserved in upcoming rainy season. With special arrangements being made for food and accommodation, and with the help of Padmashree Shivganga Chief Mahesh Sharma, the event is expected to be a huge success.