Tulasi Gowda: Proud of Angkola receiving the Padma Shri from the President; Prime Minister Modi shakes hands with Tulasi Gowda

Environmental adoration for Tulsi Gowda is a tree researcher. Tulsi knows about more than 300 tree species in the forest, including which plants to plant in which season, how much water and fertilizer to use, and when to flower.

Tulsi Gowda received the Padma Shri Award

Tulsi Gowda of the Honnalli halakhic community in Ankola taluk, popularly known as the century’s eco-lover and tree-lover, received the Padma Shri award yesterday, one of the country’s highest civilian awards. President Ramanatha Kovind presented the award to Tulsi Gowri during a ceremony at the President’s House’s Durbar Hall in New Delhi. Tulsi Gowda, who walked barefoot to accept the award, first bowed to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He then proceeded to walk over to the President and bow to the buggy. The auditorium could be heard in the hall at this point. Tulsi Gowda was awarded the Padma Shri on the eve of the 71st Republic Day by the central government.

He received the Social Service (Environmental) Award. The Union Home Ministry extended an official invitation to participate in today’s event in October. Because of Kovid, the award ceremony was postponed.

Tulasi Gowda: Proud of Angkola receiving the Padma Shri from the President; Prime Minister Modi shakes hands with Tulasi Gowda

Tulsi Gowda sang folk cakes and Padma Shri Sukri Gowda at Baddebari’s Beetebeer Temple after traveling from his home in Ankola to Honnalli in New Delhi at 6 p.m. He had gone to Sukri Gowdar’s care to raise some of the money raised by the public prior to the Delhi trip. Tulsi Gouda arrived with the bike rally and band celebrations. The leaders of the Sangha organizations greeted them along the district’s highways.

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