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Yogi Model sparks curiosity in southern Indian states, says Water Woman Shipra Pathak 

Shipra Pathak shares experiences after completing 3952 km journey on foot from Ayodhya to Rameshwaram

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By Our Correspondent

Lucknow: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath’s UP model is getting increasingly popular in the southern Indian states too. In states like Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, there is considerable curiosity among the people regarding the Yogi model, shares Shipra Pathak, popularly known as Water Woman, after traveling 3,952 km from Ayodhya to Rameshwaram.

Pathak added, “Under the leadership of Yogi Adityanath in Uttar Pradesh, there’s a sense of unparalleled security among the daughters of the state. Not only within our state but across the nation, daughters of Uttar Pradesh have the confidence that their voices would be heard everywhere in case of any wrongdoing against them, owing to the fear of Maharaj ji. This is because Yogi Adityanath has become synonymous with Uttar Pradesh.”

Water Woman Shipra Pathak, India’s first ‘padyatri’ on the Ram Janaki Van Gaman Path from ‘Saryu to Sagar,’ started her journey from Ayodhya on November 27, 2023, and ended it in Rameshwaram on March 11, 2024. In course of her journey, she passed through Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Maharashtra, and crossed the forests of Kerala, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. Her route was on the Ram Van Gaman as mentioned in epic Ramayana.

Providing details about her journey, Shipra revealed that alongside her padyatra, a vehicle carrying water from various rivers, bearing the registration number of Uttar Pradesh, accompanied her. This vehicle served as a symbol of her association with Uttar Pradesh. Everywhere she traveled, people greeted her with joy and inquired whether she hailed from Yogi Ji Maharaj’s Uttar Pradesh.

Respect across the country for Yogi’s decisions

Shipra remarked that being associated with Uttar Pradesh has become a source of pride nationwide. “UP and Yogi ji have become inseparable. Wherever I traveled, I was warmly welcomed, and people were delighted to learn that I hailed from Yogi ji’s state. From Ayodhya to Rameshwaram, there was a palpable sense of respect towards Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath for his decisive leadership,” she observed.

Yogi ji has protected religion and spirituality

Shipra remarked that during her recent Ram-Janaki Vanagaman Yatra, akin to her previous experiences during the first Narmada Parikrama and Gomti Padyatra, she came across a number of people who were all praise for Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. “Above all,” she noted, “he has transformed Uttar Pradesh into a state that prioritizes the safeguarding of religion and spirituality. Throughout Uttar Pradesh’s developmental journey, there has been a noticeable unanimity across all sections of society on preserving religious traditions and respecting heritage.”

Shipra Pathak
Shipra Pathak

Maharaj ji’s good governance model is followed throughout the country

Shipra mentioned that her organization is spearheading a campaign to address the water crisis through the Panchatattva initiative. She explained that, as part of the Ram-Janaki Van Gaman Yatra, her resolve is to establish Ram-Janaki Van Vatika (garden) across the country. Shipra emphasized that to ensure the protection of medicinal plants, these gardens must be linked with spiritual sites. Wherever the stones are being installed during Ram-Janaki Van Gaman Yatra, gardens will be developed at those places in collaboration with the government and administration.

She said that following the Lok Sabha elections, efforts will be made to meet Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to actualize this resolution. Expressing optimism, she stated that with support from the Yogi government, backing will naturally extend from state governments across the country. Shipra emphasized that the model of good governance presented by Maharaj ji is followed throughout the nation.

Who is Shipra Pathak?

Water Woman Shipra Pathak hails from Dataganj, Budaun in Uttar Pradesh. A social activist, Shipra Pathak holds a post-graduate degree in English Literature and has been actively involved in the political sphere. Her late grandmother (nani), Santosh Kumari Pathak, served as MLA from Dataganj four times, while her maternal grandfather (nana), Triveni Sahay Sharma, also held the position of MLA from Dataganj.

In the past, Shipra has actively promoted river conservation through various initiatives, including completing the 3600 km circumambulation of River Narmada, circumambulation of the Mansarovar lake, circumambulation of River Shipra, Saryu Pad Yatra and Braj Chaurasi Kosi Pad Yatra. Her efforts have been recognized with numerous awards and honors. Furthermore, Shipra is renowned as a prominent motivational speaker who engages with youth nationwide, raising awareness about issues concerning national interest and the environment.

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