Colorful and beautiful butterfly ko flutter karte hue dekhne ka view bht loving hota hai. And beautiful Butterflies ko dekhne ka moment speechless hota hai. Aisa hi special view hota hai Karnataka ke Butterfly Festival ka. Ye beautiful festival nature lovers and others too ke liye much awaited hota hai. Festival me Beautiful butterfly species ko dekh kar song yaad aata hai ‘Ban Ke Titli Dil Uda Uda Uda hai kahi Duur’.
Covid-19 Me Kaise Organize Hoga?
Much awaited Butterfly festival ke liye Karnataka set hai. As because of Covid-19 many festivals spoil hue hai. But some festivals and events ko online bhi organize kiya gaya hai. Likewise Butterfly Festival ko bhi virtually organize kiya jaiga. Moreover pura emphasis Bengaluru me new butterfly species ko find karne me kiya jaiga. Additionally, festival ka fourth edition Doreswamypalya Park, Karnataka forest department me kiya jaiga.
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Festival Ka Date And Events?
Doreswamypalya Park me November 7 ko inaugurate hoga. And November 12 tak continue rahega jisme different events organize kiye jainge. Moreover, different events ke liye ab tak more than 70 students ne register kar liya hai. Following events ke series organize kiye jainge-
- Talks on butterflies
- Photo exhibition
- Butterfly photo contest
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All About This Festival
National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS), Bengaluru Butterfly Club (BBC), Karnataka Eco-Tourism Board and Indian Foundation for Butterfly mil kar ye festival organize karte hai. Especially, butterfly experts Bengaluru me new findings ko share karne ke liye is platform ka use karte hai. Moreover, is year experts ke new finding species Alida Angle, Little Tiger Pierrot, Orange Awlet, and Red Admiral hai. Furthermore, Virtual Butterfly walk ke time BBC ke 4 to 5 members Doreswamypalya Park ke different routes par jainge. And Facebook and YouTube se fluttering butterflies ko livestream present karenge. Even so ek group me 10 se jyada people allow nhi honge.
“These butterflies were never found in the city before but have been sighted after the lockdown — a clear indication that a drop in pollution only helps improve the environment. These species are extremely rare to find and have been breeding by the roadsides in Jalahalli, Makalidurga and GKVK”Ashoksen Gupta, founder of BBC
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