Ranchi: Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Monday said that our faith, tradition and civilizatio nculture are connected with festivals.
“This brings love, happiness, enthusiasm, joy and enthusiasm in life. In such a situation, how can anyone stay away from celebrating festivals?” Chief Minister Shri Hemant Soren also shared happiness with the people by participating in the Karma Puja Mahotsav organized at the tribal hostel complex located at Ranchi Mahila College (Science Block) on Monday.
Chief Minister prayed for the all-round development of the state and happiness, peace and prosperity by offering prayers as per traditional rituals of Karam Dal here in Akhra. He said that our tribal civilization, culture and tradition has been very rich and glorious. Karma festival is a traditional festival related to nature. We have to preserve and keep this heritage we have received from our ancestors and take it even further.
The Chief Minister said that if this earth is to be saved then natural resources will have to be conserved. We have to move forward on the path of development by building a relationship with nature. Today, on the occasion of Karam Parv, let us take a pledge to protect nature.
The Chief Minister said that in today’s materialistic era, nature is being continuously tampered with in the name of development. Forests are being cut.