Hundreds of people bid farewell to Bagalkot's 'Lovely Boy'
Buyers approached Sabannavar and offered a stunning Rs. eight lakh for the ram, but he did not sell it. Sabannavar gave the ram the name "Lovely Boy."
Kishan Singh Bhorde
Bagalkote: When someone dies, hundreds of people usually gather to say their final goodbyes. Thousands of people assemble when a person is influential and has a good name in society, but what happened in Bagalkote's Sigikere village was different. Hundreds of people gathered in the village to see the final rites of a ram named "Lovely Boy."
Yes, you read that correctly, a large crowd gathered in Bagalkot's Sigikere village to see the funeral rituals of their favourite 'lovely boy' who never lost a ram fight.
NH Sabannavar, a Sigikeri resident and playwright, raised this ram, and the ram has never lost a fight since he began fighting. The ram was also given the name "Solillada Saradara." In numerous ram fights, Sabannavar's ram won numerous trophies, silver articles, gold, and bikes as prizes.
Buyers approached Sabannavar and offered a whopping Rs. eight lakh for the ram, but he did not sell it. Sabannavar gave the ram the name "Lovely Boy."
On Tuesday, the six-year-old ram died of cardiac arrest. Residents of Sigikere and Lovely Boy fans flocked in great numbers. In the hamlet, a condolence meeting was arranged to grieve the death of Lovely Boy.
Fans presented flowers, prizes, and silver goods, the ram won with the mortal remains, and his final rites were performed.