Gai Bakt for real
I visted a friend on Ganpathi festival and was pleasantly surprised to see
a small calf in the sitting hall. There was drinking water vessel and food
container too, The chairs and sofa were moved away. It was occupying prime
spot and was well maitained, fed and looked after.  There was a verandha
 where it could have been easily accomodated.i was informed that it was
badly injured calf and left unattended, He picked it up and took it home,
nursed it  back to health, by taking daily to the mother for milk, quite a
distance way. It is a year now, but it looks healthy, though stil unable to
walk on its own, it has become a member of the house with everyone  in the
showering goodness. It costs quite a bit too.
It is service of love and devotion at least to one lucky one giving the
exercise a spiritual dimension. Can there more of  their kind, then simply
shouting, mouting gau mata?, Else where in the country, we heard of
violence, torture and even murders in the name of gai matta. Guaraskas are
exploiting to the hilt the sentiment in self profiteering and sending them
to slaughter houses accross to Bangladesh The  actual photo was not taken
on request.
Godly love and devotion at least towards one in fulfillment of moksha .If
every devotee had to adopt one animal, like a tulsi in their courtyard, the
menance and dangers of street population on National Highways and byways
would have been solved, thus avoiding fatalities, risks and dangers to the
motorists Can this expereiment lead others to follow likewise?

Nelson Lopes Chinchinim
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