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Jan Manch takes an initiative to help birds in Summer

Jan Manch has taken an initiative to help birds this summer by providing them with food and shelter. They are selling wooden home at a discount so that residents in Nagpur can buy them and provide food and water to birds.

Most of the birds die in summer season due to lack of water and Jan Manch wants to raise the issue of extending a helping hand for the conservation of our aerial friends who gives beauty to the sky. If we all rise and help our aerial friends we can save their lives and conserve our environment.

Happy Makar Sankranti

Nagpurpulse.com team wishes all Nagpurians a Happy Makar Sankranti. This is a day to get together and celebrate this auspicious day by eating til & gur. It is a day to fly colorful kites and unite with all our friends and relatives.

It is very cold at Nagpur but the spirit of nagpurians is quite warm. Haldiram Sweets is flooded with til laddus and other til sweets. Children are busy flying kites and you can hear “Woh Kaat” from every corner. City hawkers are attracting the seasons customer by selling kites and manja.

Ban on selling chinese Manja in the city

Ban on selling chinese Manja in the city

Chinese Manja has been banned for selling at Nagpur. The manja is glass coated and is not easily breakable thus it stays in the environment for long and causes lots of damage to our environment. Birds entangled in these manja dies as it cannot free itself. Sometimes these manja causes injury to human beings as they are very thin and not visible from a distance. This Season of flying kites is the time for all manja related mishaps.

Spotted an injured bird, take care and call wild CER

Spotted an injured bird, take care and call wild CER image

Makar Sankranti is a time to eat til, gur and fly colorful kites. But this season causes injury and death of birds, the reason is the hanging manja in the air. It is a very sad story that we should cause injury and threat to life of aerial creatures just for our fun and merry making.

Wild CER has taken steps to help birds. Wild CER has requested citizens to call them if they spot an injured bird. People can contact the organization on 08983923103 or e-mail wildcer@gmail.com. In the mean while they can apply turmeric and soothe the wound.