Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday inaugurated 'Arogya Van', a garden housing medicinal plants and herbs, near the Statue of Unity in Kevadiya village of Gujarat's Narmada district. The Arogya Van comprises a lotus pond, alba garden, aroma garden, yoga and meditation garden, indoor plant section, digital information centre, souvenir shop and a cafeteria serving ayurveda foods. He also inaugurated 'Ekta Mall' and Children's Nutrition Park in Kevadiya. The PM is expected to inaugurate 17 projects during the two-day visit to his home state.
Earlier on Friday, the PM visited the residence of ex-Gujarat Chief Minister Keshubhai Patel who died on Thursday and paid floral tributes to him. Modi directly headed for Patel's residence in Gandhinagar after arrving at the Ahmedabad airport.