Coimbatore, Jan 30 (PTI) The 48-day rejuvenation camp for elephants belonging to various temples and mutts in Tamil Nadu concluded at Thekkampatti on the city outskirts Wednesday.Also Read - IPL 2022 Sixes Record: Tournament Breaches 1000-Mark For 1st in History of League

A total of 28 elephants underwent the rejuvenation programme during the 11th edition of the camp which began on December 14. Also Read - Panchayat 2 Village: All You Need to Know About Mahodiya, Quaint Place in MP That Deserves A Visit

The jumbos were sent to their respective temples in trucks and lorries flagged off by State Hindu Religious and Charitable and Endowments department minister Sevoor S Ramachandran. Also Read - World Economic Forum 2022: 3 Things on The Table in Davos

The elephants were given nutritious food and fruits during the camp.

As a routine, the pachyderms were taken out for a 5 km walk in the sprawling nine acre campus. They were also given a shower bath and physiotherapy, Ramachandran said.

The mahouts were also given training on how to handle the elephants, he said.

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