3,000 Indian villagers held a feast to commemorate their beloved bull who lived with them for 20 years

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Bull in the Jal Yatra procession held in Ahmedabad, India on June 17, 2019. SAMPANT HAKY / AFP via Getty Images

  • The death of the bull Babji mourned the entire Indian village.

  • According to The Times of India, about 3,000 villagers held a feast for Babji’s death on Saturday, including funerals and social ceremonies.

  • Babji was considered by some in the village to be an incarnation of a Hindu guardian deity called Nandy.

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Rituals, cremations, and big banquets for thousands of people-Indian villages have developed works for the funeral of their beloved bull, who lived with them for 20 years. The Times of India reported.

The bull Babuji died of natural causes on August 15, and a Kurdish village in Uttar Pradesh, India, commemorated his death last week in honor of the animals, just like the village elders.

On Saturday, it was reported that about 3,000 people attended Babji’s death feast- Called terahvi -A monk chanting his soul and a shrine in the picture of a bull taking a shower with cash and flowers.

Villagers told the Times that Babji was like a family member to them and was considered a “gift from God.” The bull was also found roaming the sanctuary of the village when he was young and urged him to call him Nadi, the guardian deity of Hinduism. Usually depicted as a bull.

In the days prior to the feast of death, the Villagers performed religious ceremonies and memorial services for Babji, including cremation and the funeral of the family’s eldest son, Rasam Pagri, the Times added.

Cows are considered Sacred in many parts of India, And most states ban cattle slaughter and beef intake.One state, Madhya Pradesh “Cow cabinet” Take care of animal welfare. In May, several men hid themselves in cow dung and urine, believing that their immunity to COVID-19 would improve.doctor Since then, it has warned against practicesSaid that there was no scientific evidence to support it.

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