Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel is busy in election rally and meetings these days in Bihar. In this way, his wife and son are following the traditions in Bhilai. After paddy harvesting, his wife and son reached the farm on Thursday for the ceremony of ‘Badauna’ and completed it. Chief Minister Baghel shared his photo on social media and told what is the ritual of ‘Badauna’.

Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel told that I am currently in Bihar for campaigning. In our Chhattisgarh, after the harvesting of the crops in the fields is completed, finalizing the luis is called ‘Badrouna’. The tradition of ‘Badrouna’ is often by the head of the household. Today my wife and my son have completed it and sent pictures. The Chief Minister has given information about these pictures by sharing.

Wished the next crop to be better after harvesting paddy
In fact, Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has farms in Kuruddih and Belaudi villages near Patan in Bhilai. Along with paddy, other crops have also been produced. Following the paddy harvesting, the tradition of ‘growing’ is carried on. Its purpose is to pray that next time there is an even better harvest. Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel has been playing the traditional rituals and customs of Chhattisgarh continuously.