A three-day exhibition has been organized at the Veeramata Jijabai Bhosle Udyan (Ranibagh) in Byculla, Mumbai. This is the 25th year of this exhibition to be held from 31 January to 2 February. This time 25,000 plants have been planted in the exhibition. The Gateway of India, old age shoe, tram, cloth mill, shooting camera, penguin, selfie points have been prepared from the plants for the attraction of children. Recently, India’s first free bird aviary has been established in Ranibagh.
It will be inaugurated on 31 January at the hands of Mayor Kishori Pednekar. During this time special sessions will also be held on other topics including Miyawaki gardens, house plants, nature gardens, waste manure, vatvriksha, modern lifestyle and Ayurveda, in which interested people can participate. India’s first free bird aviary has been established in Ranibagh recently by BMC. It is the largest and highest bird aviary in the country. The five-story Bird Corridor has a total of 6 halls and has taken 2 years to build.
Five halls of this aviary will house newly arrived turtles, bears, craving and hyena. From here people can see animals up close, special glass has been installed. People will also be able to take selfies with animals. This corridor, spread over an area of 4423 feet, 18234 square feet, will keep animals and birds from abroad. Ranibagh has recently been beautified and modernized. Also, more than 100 birds and animals from India and abroad have been brought to Ranibagh.