Cow-Helper Omprakash Soni Awarded by Neelam Kothari

Jodhpur (Rajasthan) [India], May 30: Some of the important dignitaries present last night at the Business Awards ceremony were honoured and cow-helper Omprakash Soni of Jodhpur was awarded by Neelam Kothari for his hard-work to take care of the cows.

A 25-year-old boy, Omprakash Soni, a dweller of Dhanari village has been serving cows and saints devotedly since his childhood. Following the instructions of His Guru Ji Brahmaleen Ram Jyot Baisa, Soni vowed to feed lapsi, a sweet dish prepared from grains of corn, to the cows being sheltered at 108 villages. As of now, this noble initiative has extended its service to 82 cow shelters, which represents Soni’s strong determination on pursuing the goal he has set up.

When Neelam Kothari got to know about Omprakash Soni’s services for the poor, she became teary eyed. During the award ceremony, she described the activities of Omprakash Soni and awarded him a token of appreciation for working for the cows and assisting the saints. Kothari also applauded the hard working nature exhibited by Omprakash Soni and also pointed out those such noble gestures are so relevant in today’s society.

Accepting his award, Omprakash Soni took care to point out the religious importance of the role he plays. “Without cow service and saint service, the life becomes unproductive,” he quipped. Soni feels that every Sanatani has to work for the welfare of cow in order to transform the live and attain the blessings of krishna. He vowed to offer his service further, in accordance with the ideals of the inspirational Saint Chetan Ram Maharaj.

Despite being fairly young, Omprakash Soni is aware of the importance of continuity, so he dreams of others to take up the work and make the tradition of cow service popular in the future.

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