Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari, the four emblems of Chhattisgarh, Yela has to be saved … This statement is now settled in the tongue of every Chhattisgarh. Urban Administration Minister Dr. Shivkumar Dahria also started a new initiative by Chief Minister Mr. Bhupesh Baghel to take steps to save the ancient culture of the villagers and revive economic prosperity through Narva, Garwa, Ghurwa and Bari. is. He has given instructions to use cow dung prepared from cow dung as a bonfire in the Gothans to cool off. In the urban civic areas across the state, bonfires are lit at square-intersections to protect common citizens from cold during cold days. So far, dry wood has been used. While the use of wood in the bonfire promotes tree harvesting, the burning of wood at the busiest square-intersections also spreads smoke and pollution. While this initiative of Minister Dr. Dahria will curb the cutting of trees, along with prevention of pollution, environmental protection will also be promoted. The use of cow wood as an alternative to fuel will also save lakhs of rupees to urban bodies and create new opportunities for income and employment for women self-help groups.