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Gaushala Bazar is the second largest business center in the Mahottari district of Nepal. The animal market of the place is well known. Gaushala is a Sanskrit word, which means the house of Cow. There is a huge cattle pen named Gaushala containing more than one hundred cows. It is protected by the government of Nepal.
The cow is regarded as a sacred animal in Nepal. Hindus considers the cow as mother, and worship the cow as a form of Goddess. Killing cows is illegal in Nepal. Ram Lakhan Chaudhary was ex-vdc chief of Gaushala Bazar.
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