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Balakumar Somu,

e-tradition Technologies,
56, Karuppasamy Street,
K. K. Pudur,
Coimbatore 641038

Phone : 9003368489
email : balasomu@jallikattu.in

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    1. I have sent the following mail to the arrogfant PeTA:Hi PeTA
      You may be right in advocating Vegeterianism which no non-vegetarian on earth opposes.
      For that reason, you have no right to call everything relating to domesticated animals
      as a cruelty.If you say so,
      you have no right to consume ‘milk’ and milk products.If you consume all these milk and milk products
      then do not call yourself a vegetarian because milk is secreted by animals from its blood .In case milk is
      not removed from udder of the cow, it causes acute pressure inside udder and it may lead to mastitis like disease.
      Is it not cruelty to animal?All Peta members and their families should therefore desist from consuming milk and milk products if you are true ‘VEGAN’.

      THEREFORE PLEASE DO NOT OPPOSE FOR THE SAKE OF OPPOSITION.

      As per Veterinary Jurisprudence, an animal can be slaughtered
      in a humane manner after stunning it with a gun shot on its forehead
      if not the slaughtering is considered inhumane.

      But from PeTA ‘s point of view every thing is inhumane when it comes to
      using animals for human benefits, including drinking of animal milk, is it not?
      But from the Veterinary science parlance, even leaving a milch animal without milking is
      also an inhumane treatment as the animal would suffer due to high pressure in its udder
      and it may result in ‘mastitis’ a disease of the udder.

      In case of Jallikattu, that too modern Jallikattu with the rules of this Rural sports well defined
      as not to inflict any kind of injury to bulls, there is not even minimal harm caused to the bulls.
      It is only, on the contary, the sportsmen get injured sometimes even grievously.

      Why then PeTA unnecessarily fight against an age old traditional rural sports like Jallikattu and Rekla.
      YOUR ACTION IS DEFINETLY AGAINST THE NATIONAL INTEREST OF SUSTAINING LIVELIHOOD OF thousands of
      RURAL FARMERS who live out of animal husbandry avocation and keeping the local breeds of cattle like
      Kankeyam,Umbalacherry,Alambadi and so on, in tact and prevent its extinction.

      PeTA ‘s activity is certainly an act of anti national interests and anti-animal husbandry and animal welfare measures.
      Please be guided accordingly.

      wish
      dr g gandhi

    2. Le cahier des charges est effectivement très strict. On pourrait également parler de l’élevage bio car en bio l&1r2#7;ag8iculture et l’élevage se complètent bien. Par exemple, les déjections des animaux servent d’engrais et les animaux doivent être nourris à 100% en aliments bio (pour les herbivores bien entendu).

  1. whats the procedure to take part in jallikattu.
    I m working in chennai.
    is there any probability of on the spot admission to take part in the sport.
    I m very interested.
    Thank you.
    Sundar

  2. Hi brother,

    I am syed mohammed dotnet developer, first of all i thank to you, because you are save our culture game. Its a great job. and i would like to help with by best..

  3. My write up published in Hindustan times- Ludhiana and Chandigarh edition. Sending you for your reference

    regards
    Kirti Dua

    Rural sports: The show, traditions must go on

    By Dr Kirti Dua

    PEOPLE ARE EMOTIONALLY ATTACHED TO THEIR ANIMALS AND TREAT THEM AS FAMILY MEMBERS; ACCIDENTAL INJURIES DO OCCUR, BUT THAT MAY HAPPEN IN ANY GAME

    The Supreme Court refused to entertain the plea for allowing the bull-taming (Jallikattu) festivities in rural areas on occasion of Makar Sankranti. The ongoing debate on rural sports involving cart race, bull taming, bulbul fights, etc. are getting louder day by day. There are strong arguments for and against this decision. In this context, I am narrating the following incident.
    HT FILE PHOTO
    Age-old customs and traditions of the country can be preserved by removing deficiencies, rather than killing rural sports like the Kila Raipur festival.

    A few years ago, a farmer brought a sick racing bullock for treatment at the veterinary hospital of Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University in Ludhiana. As the animal was suffering from a serious infectious disease, its condition deteriorated rapidly and it could not be saved.

    I vividly remember the stunned face of the old farmer who was trying to hold his tears. Two days after this incident, the farmer composed himself, came to me and requested for a photo of his bullock that I had clicked, to be used as an educational material. He told me that he is going to have an “akhand path” in the memory of his bullock in his village and this photograph is required for making a poster. After the ceremony, there was a “langar” for whole of the village.

    The point that I want to emphasise is that he performed all the rituals that one normally does for family members. Owners of these types of animal have a great love and affection for their animals. Another owner who came for the treatment of his racing bullock told me that he had no idea about the education of his two school-going children, but could explain minute-by-minute routine of his animals.

    At the Kila Raipur rural games, more than 10 persons are directly involved with a pair of bullocks, just before they are released for the race. One can clearly assess the enthusiasm of the people as there are nearly 100 entries and thousands who come from far-off places to cheer them up.

    The people are emotionally attached to their animals and treat them as family members. They cannot harm their animals intentionally. Accidental injuries do occur, but it may take place in any game.

    It is true that due to greed of winning attractive prizes and the absence of any stringent checks in rural games, unfair means like doping or use of spiked rods were common some years ago. Greater awareness and the fear of ban, however, have brought such practices under control. Sports involving humans also suffer from similar malpractices. Interestingly, horse race, a multi-million dollar industry, has prescribed rules, standardised protocols and put into effect stringent laws for defaulters.

    There is no second thought on the fact that there should be no cruelty towards animals. The need of the hour is not to ban rural sports, but to prevent cruelty to animals by making standardised protocols, conducting dope tests and putting in place mandatory official supervision. In this way, age-old customs and traditions of the country can be preserved by removing the deficiencies, rather than killing the rural sports.

    (The writer is a professor at Guru Angad Dev Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, Ludhiana 141004

  4. hi bala sir,
    what is the next step to remove ban on jallikattu????
    how…………………….?????????????????????
    plssss
    what shld be a next scenerio ………

  5. hi bala sir,
    what is the next step to remove ban on jallikattu????
    how…………………….?????????????????????
    plssss
    what shld be a next scenerio ……

  6. How wonderful is that place? I was dreaming about it and imagining to breathe the same air :-)thanks for this emotion!p.s. don't forget that if everything goes right I'm going to come to Oslo in December for A-ha farewell cocarethugschinra

  7. When they are sacrificing the Bulls were is the voice of these
    NGO .See the pictures of butcheries. Atleast Jallikattu will bring us near to Nandi and will teach future children how to survivive with such strong animals.

  8. When they are sacrificing the Bulls were is the voice of these
    NGO .See the pictures of butcheries. Atleast Jallikattu will bring us near to Nandi and will teach future children how to survivive with such strong animals.

  9. Sir,

    I’m Sandeep kumar “South Asia video journalist based in Bihar,India. I got your details from ur web link.

    My Russian tv colleagues interested a make a documentary about ur activities regarding Jallikattu so we need ur support. Which types of support we got from u pls advise me.

    If you have any question please write to me.

    Kind regards,
    Sandeep kumar
    +91 9470888184

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