Wildlife safari started at MM Hills

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The wildlife safari at MM Hills was inaugurated on Saturday.

CHAMARAJANAGAR: The state has got one more tourist attraction with wildlife safari being started at the Male Mahadeshwara (MM) wildlife sanctuary in the PG Palya range.

The Forest Department is already conducting safaris in Bandipur and BRT tiger reserve. The MM Hills safari is the latest attraction and was inaugurated by Hanur MLA M R Manjunath.

Hanur MLA M R Manjunath (right) flagging off a safari vehicle.

The safari will be conducted between 6 am and 9 am and again between 3 pm and 6 pm. The fee is Rs 400 for adults and Rs 200 for children.

Meanwhile, in an unrelated incident, a fire broke out at the kitchen where the laddoo prasadam is prepared at the Male Madeshwara temple on Friday, destroying thousands of laddoos.

The laddoo prasadam counters are closed for two days after a fire broke out in the laddoo kitchen.

The fire was caused due to LPG cylinder leakage and The greasy surroundings and it destroyed 9 quintals of sugar, 96 kg of gram flour, 40 kg of ghee, 30 kg of raising and 20 kg of cashew also.

The temple authorities have stopped the sale of laddoo prasadam for two days in view of the shortage.

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