In Maharashtra's Aurangabad, Shaikh Yusuf uses a horse to commute to work amid rising fuel prices. Furthermore, Yusuf is a lab assistant at YB Chavan College and purchased a horse of Rs 40,000 by selling his bike. He has named his horse "Jigar'. "My expenses had increased because of the old bike and rise in fuel prices. Riding a horse is also good for health," Yusuf said.
If you like "brain games", then here's a picture of a group of horses going viral on the Internet, giving the challenge to count the exact number of horses in it. The picture named 'Pinto' shows a few horses standing in snowy mountains. Some people claimed to have seen five and others said seven. The artist of the picture Bev Doolittle said that there are only five horses.
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Sending the message of gender equality in society, a bride named Anuskha Guha rode a house to reach her wedding venue in Bihar's Gaya on December 14. Anuskha's mother said that she always said she would break the old tradition. Reportedly, Anuskha works as a senior air hostess with Indigo airlines. However, the bride thanked her groom for supporting her on the decision.
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In an unconventional video, a horse surprised everyone for playing rummy by sitting on a bean bag with a woman. The video was shared by a Reddit user. He captioned, ''Horse on a bean bag playing cards???" One can see in the video, a woman holding cards and giving a treat to the horse each time it picked a card. ''Best thing I've seen all week,'' commented a user.
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Big Jake, the 20-year-old horse known for its gigantic appearance died in Wisconsin, USA. The Guinness Book of World Records had given the title "World's Tallest Horse" in 2010, as the horse stood at 6-feet 10-inches tall and weighed 1,136 kgs. At the time of birth, Jake weighed 109 kgs, which is 45 kgs heavier than usual Belgian horses. "Big Jake was a Superstar," said farm's owner, Jerry Gilbert.
In a strange incident, a Karnataka village named Maradimath has been sealed after a huge crowd gathered on May 22 to attend the funeral of a horse. The horse, associated with the Kada Siddheshwara mutt, was believed to be a 'divine' one. Interestingly, it was set free in the village days before its death to drive away COVID-19. Now the village residents will have to undergo several tests including COVID-19.
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For a unique idea of using a horse to deliver products in the snow-covered Srinagar, an Amazon delivery person is being praised on Twitter. The viral video first surfaced on photojournalist Umar Ganie's Twitter account on January 12. While the video was confirmed authentic by Amazon, netizens shared it with praising comments. Many tagged Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos questioning whether Amazon was inspired by popular Turkish series ‘Ertuğrul.’
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