If there is anything in the people of Bihar, it is that one of them includes living. There are many such examples in rural towns of the state. In Gaya in particular, there are many examples that have been discussed at the international level.
In the last case, the villagers of Budhaul village in Gair have started the construction of a suspension bridge for 30 years in mutual cooperation. According to local villagers, the people’s representatives, leaders and the government have been asked several times to build the bridge. But to this day it is not complete. After that, the villagers themselves decided to build it with mutual help.
Bihar: The villagers of Gaya Budhul have been building a bridge in their village for almost 30 years. A local said, “We have been demanding the construction of this bridge but the government has not fulfilled it. So the villagers have decided to build it themselves.” pic.twitter.com/mfWAkMQFhv
– ANI (@ANI) September 17, 2020
Dasaratha Manji The Mountainman
Let us tell you that Dasaratha Manji was famous as a mountain dweller in Gaya after his wife fell in love with him. Films were also made on them, roads were made and people were inspired by them.
Clove of the second mountain
After this, another ‘mountaineer’ Lobang Bhuiyan is being discussed recently. They are also residents of Gaya. In fact, Lungi Bhuiyan has dug a five-kilometer long pan (canal) to alleviate the poverty of the people of Kothelwa village in the forest bordering the Imamganj and Bankebazar blocks of the district. In 20 years, Bhuiyan brought water to farmers ’lands by digging water five kilometers long, four feet wide and three feet deep.
In a conversation with Hindustan, Lungi Bhuiyan said that 20 years ago, in 2001, the youth of the village decided to alleviate their misery by leaving their wives and children at home and moving out of the village to earn money. He observed that there is a huge water source where cattle go to drink water. After digging the pan from here, water is taken to the field.
From the next day (August 2001) he started digging pins alone from Bangegha Sagwahi forest. Longi said he would come out with an ax, a machete and a leg in his hand. When he started digging, people started making fun of him. People started saying crazy. But they did not pay attention.