People reaching Betla to see Hockey Championships mascot Juhi

Ranchi/Palamu: The competition for Jharkhand Women’s Asian Champions Trophy is going on at Marang Gomke Gomke Jaipal Singh Astro Turf Hockey Stadium in Ranchi. The mascot of this competition, which will run till November 5, has been made of Juhi, an elephant who entertains the people at Betla National Park in Palamu. After knowing the true story of Juhi, the craze to see it has increased among people, especially tourists.

People are taking selfies with Betla National Park after reaching it. The craze for mascots has also increased among hockey fans. With this hockey tournament, mascot Juhi has also become quite famous in the entire Jharkhand including the capital.

During the ongoing hockey competition in Ranchi, everyone from children to adults are getting their pictures clicked with the mascot Juhi outside and inside the stadium in Morhabadi. The story of Juhi, the aged elephant of Betla National Park located in Palamu, is inspiring, which has become synonymous with this beautiful national park.

Apart from carrying thousands of tourists on her back, Juhi also worked as a protector of mankind in the jungle for decades. This is a great way to create awareness among the people of our society as well as hockey stars around the world about wildlife.

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