If there is anything in the people of Bihar, one of them includes living. There are many such examples in the rural towns of the state. Especially in Gaya, there are many examples which have also been discussed at the international level.
In the latest case, villagers in Budhaul village of Gaya have pioneered the construction of a pending bridge for 30 years with mutual support. According to local villagers, several times have been demanded from public representatives, leaders and the government for the construction of this bridge. But till date this is not complete. After this, the villagers themselves decided to build it with mutual support.
Bihar: Villagers of Budhaul in Gaya have started construction of a bridge in their village that was pending for almost 30 years. A local says, “We have been demanding the construction of this bridge but the government did not fulfill it. So the villagers decided to construct it themselves.” pic.twitter.com/mfWAkMQFhv
– ANI (@ANI) September 17, 2020
Dashrath Manjhi The Mountainman
Let us tell you that Dasaratha Manjhi, famous as the mountainman, who lived in Gaya after cutting the head of the mountain in the love of his wife, was living. Films were also made on them, roads were made and people were inspired by them.
The second mountainman cloves
After this, another ‘mountaineer’ clove bhuyan is being discussed recently. They too are residents of Gaya. Actually, Loongi Bhuiyan dug a five-kilometer long pin (canal) to remove the poverty of the people of Kothelwa village, who live in the forest on the border of Imamganj and Bankebazar block of the district. In 20 years, Bhuiyan excavated a pan five kilometers long, four feet wide and three feet deep and brought water to farmers’ fields.
In a conversation with ‘Hindustan’, Loongi Bhuiyan had told that in 2001, 20 years ago, the youth of the village decided to dig out the pains, saddened by migrating from the village to earn money leaving their wives and children at home. He observed that where cattle go to drink water, there is a huge water source. From here, water is taken to the field after digging the pan.
From the very next day (August 2001), he started digging Pein alone from the Bangetha Sagwahi forest. Longi told that he used to go out with a hoe, a khanti and a leg in his single hand. People started making fun of him when he started digging. People started saying crazy. But they did not care.