New Delhi: In today’s era, you will make your friends and relatives even if you forget your family at the wrong time, there are still some people who are humane and love animals as family. Parlakhemundi city has witnessed a comparable scene.
You can probably appreciate the love the family’s pet dog, Anjali, received during her final rites and even after she passed away. When a pet dog passes away, its owner Tunnu Gouda and his family grieve and bid it farewell in the courtyard by playing the trumpet in a designated lane. Losing a pet dog is similar to losing a family member.
It’s true even if it sounds a little harsh.
Tunu Goud’s pet dog Anjali, who lives near Andhra bank in Paralakhemundi, died this morning. Tunu’s family, who had been keeping it at home for 17 years, were devastated and treated as a human as per Vedic rituals and organized band Baja and a vehicle decorated with flowers.
The last rites were performed at the creme tary. Hele Tunu’s love for animals and the way he was given a final farewell after the dog’s death of his pet dog Anjali has become a topic of discussion in Odisha.
Animals’ deep friendship and trust for humans are reflected in human respect for animals. When questioned, Tunny Gouda replied that he adores dogs and feeds about 70 of them every day. His owner even keeps 4 dogs. Anjali was never thought of by his family as a dog.