1000’s of individuals, together with many Muslims, turned up for post-death rituals of a cow in Kudvara village in Uttar Pradesh’s Mathura district, setting an instance of communal amity.
The cow initially belonged to a person who died round 7-Eight years in the past.
“Since then, the villagers were taking care of the bovine which was loved by all,” stated Arjun, the village head.
Hakim Khan and his members of the family from the village actively participated in each ritual following the dying of the cow on September 2, Kushal Pratap Singh, a social employee of a close-by village, stated.
Because the villagers had an emotional attachment with the cow, it was determined it is going to be interred and the 13th-day ceremony, which is carried out after demise of an individual, was additionally carried out for the animal.
“Cash was collected and invites had been prolonged to adjoining villages for the ritual feast on ‘terahvi‘,” Mr Singh stated, including “despite financial constraints Khan made contribution and was actively involved in collecting funds for it”.
Round 4,000 villagers, together with from adjoining areas, converged for the ritual on Saturday.
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