Plastic Ban in Mount Abu Effective August 15

Mount Abu is known for Hill station in Sirohi district of Rajasthan. It is a home for rivers, lakes, waterfalls and evergreen forests. The nearest railway station is Abu Road Railway station and lakhs of tourist enjoy the 28 km road trip to the Mount.
There is also a Vedic connection to our historic India. It is believed that sage Vashista who is one of the Saptarishis (Seven great Rishis) retired in the Mount Abu. Likewise, there are so many mythological connections to ancient India. In modern India, Britishers took a lease from the Maharaja of the Sirohi Kingdom for their administration.

The Sirohi administration along with Forest department has come up with the decision to put a ban on the plastic in the hill station in order to protect the environment and wildlife in the Forest. The ban will be on the plastic bags, plates, disposable plastic items and also on thermocol cups.

Tourists wouldn’t be getting the packed bottled water. In an alternate, they would facilitate the tourists with the cheapest water dispensing machines across the spots.

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