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Rotary Venus Shramajeevi Award presented
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Rotary Venus Shramajeevi Award presented

Chief guest Shivakumar (Industrialist & MD of Mahalakshmi Sweets) presenting the Rotary Venus Shramajeevi Award- 2018 to Ayub Ahmed, a Social Worker who takes care of the last rites of unclaimed bodies irrespective of caste or religion and R. Murugesha, an employee of Mysuru City Corporation, at a programme organised by Rotary Mysore Midtown recently….

Navaratri Rangotsava Award presented
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Navaratri Rangotsava Award presented

Ayub Ahmed, a resident of Rajeevnagar in Mysuru, who is known as the ‘Messiah of unclaimed bodies’ as he transports unclaimed bodies besides performing the last rites based on the identity of the deceased since about 18 years, was honoured with Navaratri Rangotsava Award-2017 at a function organised by Rangayana at Kalamandira on Hunsur Road…

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Ayub Ahmed – The Messiah Of Unclaimed Bodies

Here is the story of a good Samaritan from the city who is the messiah of unclaimed bodies. He does the odd job of shifting unidentified and unclaimed bodies from different parts of the city to the MMC&RI mortuary and even performs the last rites of some as per their religion. Ayub Ahmed, a resident…

Ayub Ahmed, the messiah of unclaimed bodies
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Ayub Ahmed, the messiah of unclaimed bodies

Mysuru – Here is the story of a good Samaritan from the city who is the messiah of unclaimed bodies. He does the odd job of shifting unidentified and unclaimed bodies from different parts of the city to the MMC&RI mortuary and even performs the last rites of some as per their religion. “He whose…

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