Bhajan singer Ramzan Khan stated – served cow for 15 years, therefore Padma Shri Award

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Jaipur: Bhajan singer Ramzan Khan, who was chosen for the Padma Shri award, has given credit score to 'Gau-Seva'. He has been doing 'gau seva' in his village for the final 15 years. Ramadan Khan is called Munna Master within the space. Ramadan Khan made headlines in November final yr because of controversy over his son Feroz Khan's appointment to the post of Assistant Professor within the Sanskrit Faculty of Kashi Hindu University (BHU) and his devotion to Krishna-bhakti and cow service.

Khan stated, "I never even dreamed that I would be selected for this prestigious award." I spend more often than not in Gaushala doing 'Gau Seva' for the final 15-16 years and I imagine that this award is the result of 'Gau Seva'. "Khan is among the many 5 celebrities of Rajasthan whom the President Padma Shri will likely be honored with the award 2020. <! –

                 He stated that when he got here to know concerning the award, he couldn’t imagine it.

Having acquired the title of 'Shastri' in Sanskrit, Khan composes and sings hymns. He performs 'gau seva' in gaushala and sometimes performs namaz in mosques. The locals respect him enormously. Shri Ramdev Gaushala of Bagru village is current in Ramzan Khan Sandhya Aarti in Chaitanya Dham Temple and sings hymns by enjoying harmonium. People attain to hearken to his hymns. He instructed that serving cows and singing bhajans is an integral a part of their day by day routine. Singing is his household custom.

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Ramadan stated, "Like me, my son Feroze also wanted to learn Sanskrit and so I got him admitted in the respective school. This was a major achievement when he was appointed as an assistant professor at BHU. "However, he requested him to steer clear of controversies following the controversy over his son's appointment in BHU's Sanskrit school. After this, his son took appointment in different school. After the announcement of the Padma Shri award, locals congratulated Ramadan Khan and honored him on Sunday on the event of Republic Day at an area faculty in Bagru.

Ramadan, a follower of Islam, says he has cordial relations with different members and kinfolk of the group. He lives in a small three-room home in Bagru, about 35 km from right here and singing is his solely supply of earnings.

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