Organic farm fest ‘Anant Mandi’ held at Gandhi Bhavan

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Organic farm fest ‘Anant Mandi’ held at Gandhi Bhavan

Monday, 21 October 2019 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

The organic farm fest Anant Mandi was organized in Gandhi Bhavan campus on Sunday. This was the 10th chapter Anant Mandi in this series to make organic products accessible to the general public.

There were 15 stalls in this mandi, in which organic vegetables, fruits, pulses, spices, herbal medicines, dairy products and dishes were available to give people a taste of organic food, in which hummus wraps, millets, khichdi, curd vadas, panipuri served the people. Attracted attention.

Pankhuri Aggarwal, who stalls in the mandi with an adenium plant, said, "Such an effort is a good initiative for the city of Bhopal."

Abhidha Kela, who came to Anant Mandi for the first time, said, 'I took home dairy products, fruits, and hummus rolls from here today which is very tasty and good for health.'

Anant Mandi and Eklavya have jointly started a new initiative called 'Book of Raila, Kahaani Ka Mela', in which the children of Anant Mandi tried to involve children in reading corners in activities like reading books, origami and puzzle solving.

ANANT, in collaboration with Go Rurban brings  a Farm Fest Ananat Mandi on Sunday. It aimed to promote the practice of organic farming and kitchen gardening in urban settings and to enhance the relationship of organic farmer producers and consumers.

It is a platform being created for the common urban crowd to find healthy and sustainable alternatives for food, as against the unhealthy and inorganic food materials that they consume regularly.

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