Muzaffarabad: (Azadi Times) In India, 62-year-old Dharmadev, who everyone knows hasn’t taken a bath for 22 years and yet people respect him, is because Dharmadev is staying away from water for a purpose and taking an oath.
Everyone who lives in Bekhantpur, a small village in the state of Bihar, knows that he has not bathed or splashed water on his body for two decades, but he is called steadfast because he vowed in his youth that as long as women.
The oppression will not end until land disputes between men are over and the killing of speechless animals is stopped.
And in 1978 he got married and was living a peaceful life. Then in 1987, he realized that the practice of killing animals and agrarian conflicts were on the rise.
In response to this question, he went to his guru after whom he became Rama’s Pachauri and decided to dedicate his life. In 2000, he took a vow not to bathe and also quit his job, but later due to family pressure.
Started working again but was fired for sticking to his promise and is still unemployed. In 2003, Dharmadev’s wife died, and shortly after his son died, he vowed not to bathe.
Not broken. Even the oppression of women has not stopped and the land battles have not decreased while the killing of animals continues and that is why Dharmadev is sticking to his promise.