The Kaziranga Orchid and Biodiversity Park, which has turned into a must-visit spot for tourists at the Kaziranga National Park, has completed its three years of glory today.
On this day, there are three new ventures of Akhil Gogoi have been launched today.
A bamboo park, an ethnic museum, Kaziranga nursery have opened its doors to visitors at Kaziranga National Park today.
The bamboo park had been launched by Forest man of India Jadav Payeng, Editor-In-Chief of Pratidin Time Nitumoni Saikia inaugurated the Kaziranga nursery while Durlov Borah opened the door of Assam ethnic museum.
The three ventures are opened under the efforts of the farmers’ organization Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) who also runs Kaziranga National Orchid and Biodiversity Park.
After inaugurating the bamboo park, Jadav Payeng said that it’s a noble initiative to preserve various species of bamboos. He also requested the KMSS leader not to burn tires while protesting.
Nitumoni Saikia also urged Assam CM to visit the Kaziranga Orchid and Biodiversity Park. He said there is potential for the area to develop.
There are over 54 local species of NE bamboo to be found in the bamboo preservation centre.
A wide range of bamboo species including Bhaluka, Jaati, Katahaa, Bijulee, Kalasi, Kako, Lathi bamboo, etc. have been preserved in the bamboo park.
About 545 medicinal plants are preserved in Kaziranga nursery.