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MP Village Arranged A Funeral Procession To Bid Farewell To Their Beloved Dog

26 Sep 2016 | by | Posted in: Wag News

Dogs are man’s best friend. They are always there through your thick and thin. Losing them is one of the most heart-wrenching things that one could go through in life. Just like you love your dog, this village called Namdarpura located about 30kms from Bhopal in Madhya Pradesh loved their dog, Kalu to the moon and back. In amidst of people throwing pups off the roof, abusing and tormenting their pets brutally, this incident made our heart weep. When Kalu took his last breath, the people there bid him goodbye in the most respectful way that you could ever imagine.


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The villagers of Nambadpura considered Kalu as their family member. With a very heavy heart, they said goodbye to Kalu by carrying out a funeral procession. People there had put Kalu’s body in a jeep and decorated the vehicle with flowers. the procession was accompanied by a band. As the procession moved forward on the road, a flower shower was followed all throughout the procession.,

The funeral ritual was attended by all villagers of Namdarpura. Apart from that, the procession was also attended by numerous other people from neighboring villages. With so much of love and affection for Kalu, these people made one thing very clear that love for their dog was pure and untainted.

May Kalu’s soul rest in peace.

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