Tourists will try Bathua, tea is made from the bark of Arjuna

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Tourists will try Bathua, tea is made from Arjun’s bark
Rajneesh Tyagi
Bijnor. Bathua will be known to everyone, but in the land of Bijnor it has a different meaning. Especially in Mahatma Vidur’s hut during the Mahabharata period, Lord Krishna had left the court of the Kauravas and preferred to eat the greens of Bathua. At the same time, Bathua also acts as a panacea for many diseases from an Ayurvedic point of view. Given its mythological and Ayurvedic importance, the administration has started preparations for feeding bathua green to tourists in Vidurkuti. In addition, tea is made from the bark of the arjun tree and distributed to the tourists. Its purpose is to introduce tourists from all over the country to the specialties of this place. This will increase job opportunities and people will find employment.
The Mahatma Vidur Kuti, about ten kilometers from the headquarters of the Bijnor district, is part of the Mahabharata circuit. The bath of Vidurkuti is said to be a blessing from Lord Krishna, so it grows here for 12 months. Recently, the district administration launched a campaign to connect tourists to Vidurkuti. As part of this, the administration is now preparing to grow Bathua on Vidurkuti and to pack the Bathua growing here in various formats and make them available to tourists. In this work, the locals get work, while tourists can also try the bath associated with the name of Lord Krishna here. There are also Arjun trees here, at the same time more trees are planted by Arjuna. Ayurvedic tea bags are made from the bark of Arjuna. Arjuna’s bark is believed to act as a panacea for heart disease. (Conversation)
These are the benefits of consuming bathua
According to the people associated with Ayurveda, the dental problem is eliminated by consuming Bathua. That being said, chewing bathua leaves raw is beneficial for bad breath, pyrorrhea, and other dental problems. At the same time, Bathua is very effective in relieving constipation. It is a good source of iron and also works to increase digestive power. It is beneficial in curing jaundice, purifying blood, eliminating stomach worms and skin diseases.
Efforts are being made to connect the tourists to Mahatma Vidur’s hut. The project to make tea bags from Arjun’s bark is currently in progress. It is also seething how Bathua can be made accessible to tourists through packaging. This allows us to attract people here – Umesh Mishra, DM

Tourists will try Bathua, tea is made from Arjun’s bark

Rajneesh Tyagi

Bijnor. Bathua will be known to everyone, but in the land of Bijnor it has a different meaning. Especially in Mahatma Vidur’s hut during the Mahabharata period, Lord Krishna had left the court of the Kauravas and preferred to eat the greens of Bathua. At the same time, Bathua also acts as a panacea for many diseases from an Ayurvedic point of view. Given its mythological and Ayurvedic importance, the administration has started preparations for feeding bathua green to tourists in Vidurkuti. In addition, tea is made from the bark of the arjun tree and distributed to the tourists. Its purpose is to introduce tourists from all over the country to the specialties here. This will increase job opportunities and people will find employment.

The Mahatma Vidur Kuti, about ten kilometers from the headquarters of the Bijnor district, is part of the Mahabharata circuit. The bath of Vidurkuti is said to be a blessing from Lord Krishna, so it grows here for 12 months. Recently, the district administration launched a campaign to connect tourists to Vidurkuti. As part of this, the administration is now preparing to grow Bathua on Vidurkuti and to pack the Bathua growing here in various formats and make them available to tourists. In this work, the locals get work, while tourists can also try the bath associated with the name of Lord Krishna here. There are also Arjun trees here, at the same time more trees are planted by Arjuna. Ayurvedic tea bags are made from the bark of Arjuna. Arjuna’s bark is believed to act as a panacea for heart disease. (Conversation)

These are the benefits of consuming bathua

According to the people associated with Ayurveda, the dental problem is eliminated by consuming Bathua. That being said, chewing bathua leaves raw is beneficial for bad breath, pyrorrhea, and other dental problems. At the same time, Bathua is very effective in relieving constipation. It is a good source of iron and also works to increase digestive power. It is beneficial in curing jaundice, purifying blood, eliminating stomach worms and skin diseases.

Efforts are being made to connect the tourists to Mahatma Vidur’s hut. The project to make tea bags from Arjun’s bark is currently in progress. It is also seething how Bathua can be made accessible to tourists through packaging. This allows us to attract people here – Umesh Mishra, DM

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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