In this Sandhai, Coimbatore-based farmers and producers of crops, millets, and rice varieties set up shops and sell their products directly to the customers without the intervention of the middlemen.
The campaign scheme to promote cleanliness was launched during the grama sabha meeting on August 15 following instructions from Chief Minister MK Stalin.
According to sources, the campaign till October 2 was launched by DRDA, to keep the villages clean and also create awareness of waste management among villagers.
The 'Namma Ooru Superu' campaign, which was launched in the district on August 15, aims to keep the villages clean and, in addition, create awareness on the management of waste.
Villupuram Collector D Mohan inaugurated the campaign at Valayampatu village in Thiruvennainallur taluk by demonstrating waste segregation to municipal workers.
In the video titled 'Welcome to Namma Ooru (Our City) Chennai', Rahman can be seen dressed in all white. He dons a fusion of traditional and contemporary clothing.
Rs 6 crore Will be spent to organise Namma Ooru Thiruvizha, a grand folk arts festival held in Chennai recently, in Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy and Tirunelveli
T Dakshinamoorthy, a 65-year-old Kombu Isai player, said: “We used to get booked for performing during events.
Women with a Bangalore connect were branded wild, all of them tarred with one slanderous brush.
Namma Ooru Thiruvizha at Island Grounds tomorrow to have art, dance performances