NEW DELHI: His group — Rabaris, an animals subordinate tribe generally addresses him as “Bhopajj” or cleric. He spruces up like a cow crowd himself: a long white fabric wrapped around his uncovered middle, red turban, dangling ear rings et al. With a lathi in tow, he strolls into all over, even the boss priest’s office in Rajasthan.
Otaram Devasi, 48, happens to be the Rajasthan’s clergyman accountable for bovine issues. With respect to himself, India’s first-ever serve for the “awesome” cow-like preferences to address himself as ” gaupalan mantri