Bheem, six-year-old bull Photograph:( WION )
Interestingly, Bheem also gets a massage from a kg of mustard oil.
A bull that consumes cashews and almonds in his diet might sound odd to some people. What is even more fascinating is that Bheem, a young bull, has participated in an annual cattle-sale festival with a selling price of $2 million (Rs 15 crore).
Arvind Jangid, owner of this six-year-old bull said that Bheem weighs 1300 kgs and each month expenditure of Rs 100,000-125,000 is incurred for his nurture and diet. The diet of this giant bull includes one-kilogram ghee, almonds, cashews, half a kilogram butter, honey, and milk. Interestingly, Bheem also gets a massage from a kg of mustard oil. The owner also said that four people look after this bull.
Watch: Meet Bheem, massive bull worth almost 15 crores
Bheem has participated in this year's Pushkar Mela. The Pushkar Mela is one the grandest international fair that is held every year in the month of November in the town of Pushkar in Rajasthan.
Apart from celebrating the culture and colour of Rajashtan, the fair is also a lucrative platform for buying and selling of cattle, especially camel.
Pushkar fair is an amalgamation of three events: Pushkar cattle fair, Pushkar cattle fair and Pushkar festival. The fair kicked off on Monday and will conclude on November 12.
So, if your pocket allows you to buy Bheem, book your tickets for Pushkar and grab this massive creature.