India’s first bovine sanctuary to come up near Bhopal

The country’s first bovine sanctuary will be made a pilgrimage centre where cow product research centre would also be established.
This was stated by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan while laying foundation stone of the sanctuary at village Salriya in Shajapur district on Monday.
Chouhan said that a religious tourism circuit will be developed by interlinking sanctuary with Maa Bagulamukhi Mandir at Nalkhera, Pipalya Balaji Mandir at Soyat and Baijnath Mahadev Mandir at Agar.

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