Everyone has favorite colors. Be it a school going kid, a teenager, an adult or a senior citizen. We are constantly surrounded by colors and it makes an integral part of our life. They are also in a way important as they can affect our mood, the way we behave and interact with others. And so colors should be used in a proper way so as to create an element of positiveness around us.
We normally use the best colors for our clothes, car, and our house walls so that it creates a positive aura around it.
So can our politicians be left behind?
Uttar Pradesh’s most favourite Minister Mr. Yogi Adityanath has a liking for the color saffron which is quite evident from the way he dresses.
And now his office is also going to get decked up in his favorite color.He is going to continue with his saffron spell as the office gets a new color.
The building which also holds the chief secretary was traditionally in the color white and blue but now is going to get a makeover which Yogi Adityanath wants.Right from the outer walls of the terrace to the building everything is going to be painted in white and saffron color.
Work has already started
The proposal was recently made for the repairing and painting of the building and the saffron color has been given a go-ahead. While several decisions were to be taken to paint the building saffron was chosen among them.
What is the building about?
The building is known as the Lal Bahadur Shastri Bhavan, also known as the Secretariat Annex Building has the Chief Minster’s house as well as the house of the other important financial officials.
Yogi’s Saffron connection
The CM is referred to as Maharajaji by his disciples is always dressed in saffron colored outfits.
Also the towels which are covered in his chair are of the color saffron as also the curtains. Recently the chief Minister had orders a FLEET of 50 Saffron buses and also the stage was decorated in the orange color. The bus was named as Sankalp and connects the interiors of Uttar Pradesh. It is started in Varanasi, Gorakhpur, Allahabad, Moradabad.
The education department of the Ministry has also distributed saffron colored school bags to primary schools to mark the 100 days and 6 months of Adityanath’s government.
However the saffronisation of the color has been much of a debate with other political parties opposing to it and that politics should not be restricted to a particular color.
The color saffron was chosen with the consultation of the Chief Minister and after his nod the work has been taken up for the building.