If they can do it, why can’t we?

Welcome to a journey of inspiration, where we delve into the hearts and minds of those who have overcome adversity and achieved greatness. These stories highlight the efforts of lesser-known heroes who have meticulously worked towards animal welfare. These stories will take you on an emotional rollercoaster, from the depths of despair to the heights of triumph. They will remind you that anything is possible and that you can follow your passion with determination and perseverance. So sit back, relax, and be prepared to be moved and motivated by these truly inspiring stories."

Drumroll, please. 

Shit is Lit:

Let us kick off the list with a man, who hails from a small town in Rajasthan, India. His inspiring story is also thought-provoking.

Bheem Raj Sharma, the founder of “Gaukriti”, invented paper-making from “Cow dung”. His company converts “shit” into “lit” products. Diaries, gift boxes, wedding cards, and even festive celebration kits are a few of 70 products. And if this was not lit enough, the paper produced is 100% recyclable and is also infused with vegetation seeds such as Tulsi, Soap, Cumin Etc, which guarantees that even if the paper is dumped, it is going to grow into something. The business now has a yearly turnover of over 1Cr. 

Such a bright idea, right? But, the story of this man is not as bright.

Bheem Raj Sharma, before founding Gaukriti, owned a printing press Business in Rajasthan. But, ever since he was a kid, he was raised with cows and keenly wished to be of service to them. The news of abandoned cows dying on the streets would leave him utterly disheartened, and one day, he committed to submit to the cause. 

He soon began excavating the internet and found a few videos of paper production via elephant poop. After six months of in-depth analysis, he thought of playing around with the idea, and to everyone’s surprise, he found befitting formula after repeated experiments.

The man was called “fool” and “stupid” for giving up a well-established business and funding new machines from “daughter’s marriage fund”. Often, he was mocked and taunted for his “shitty” idea, but as they say, “Believe in yourself and don't care about haters”. So that is what the father-daughter duo did. 

At present, “Gaukriti” has not only stretched out in India but is also admired in the United States.

Additionally, unlike milk, cows excrete cow dung over their entire life span. So, on the one hand, this encourages people to “stick by” cows and, on the other, adds to sustainability.

If the story inspires you, you might also want a sneak peek into their web portal.

Link for website: https://www.gaukriti.com/

Farmhouse to hospital:

While Bheem is doing his part in keeping cows off the streets, Kuldeep Khatri has turned his entire farmhouse into a hospital for stray animals.

30-year-old Kuldeep Khatri founded “Dog Home Foundation” along with Dr Kalu Ram, a vet, and Pramod Sankhla in 2020. His Jodhpur-based institution is running round the clock, catering to the needs of stray animals. 

The foundation is duly registered and has approval for the Foreign Contribution (Regulation) Act 2010.

So far, a bunch of 40 people back-up Kuldeep, who has assisted over 50,000 animals over 2 years.

With a total of Ten-rooms, the institution has free-of-cost service for every stray animal. They also have a free emergency ambulance facility for quick medical assistance.

Kuldeep, an IT engineer, maintains a meticulous balance between his job and his passion. As a result, he is living proof that where there is a will, there is a way!

Links to their social media are as follows:

Website: https://www.doghomefoundation.com/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doghomefoundation/?hl=en  

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DogHomeFoundation/

Disability? You can’t stop me!

Serving a similar cause, Varanasi-based Shweta Maurya has never let her disability in the way of rescuing and serving animals.

35-year-old Shweta suffers from the “Osteogenesis Imperfecta” condition by birth, in which bone density decreases with time, leaving bones porous. Hence, she has had multiple surgeries ever since she was born. By the time she was six, she had become bedridden due to severe medical complications. Doctors even stated she could die at any moment. But despite all the odds, their physical disability of Shweta never crippled her brain.

She wanted to practice medicine and appeared for a homoeopathic exam, even on a stretcher. But, concerned about their physical health of Shweta, she was rejected. However, she was determined, and as they say, “nothing beats determination”.

After her brother opened her Facebook account back in 2012, she came across a video of dog abuse, which moved her to such an extent that now she has actively collaborated with more than 100 NGOs to aid and adopt dogs and is a proud founder of Astha loving kindness and Compassion (ALKC) foundation.

Currently, the foundation has aided more than 300 stray animals, and there seems to be no stopping for Shweta. In future, she aspires to extend a helping hand to orphans and old people too.

Final words:

As we end this journey of inspiration, we hope these stories have touched your heart and ignited a spark within you. Be it Shweta, who cheats death every day to rescue animals, or Bheem raj, who bypassed every negative comment that was tossed his way, these stories are the example that the human spirit is indomitable, and that no matter what life throws at us, we have the power to rise above it.

Let these stories remind you that you, too, have the power to create your own inspiring story and be the change you wish to see in the world. 

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