Riding a steed is not exactly a standard sight in Bangladesh.Be that as it may, for a 92-year old Abu Taleb Sarker, horse has been the main ride since his childhood.
He may have turned 92, yet the sentimental man still meanders around forward and backward in his town, Charpara, in Pabna’s Chatmohor.At the point when Abu Taleb Sarker was conceived, his dad got him a stallion. At two years old, he first rode on the stallion with the assistance of his dad.
In any case, he learnt horseback riding all alone at eight years old or ten. At 20 years old, he landed an administration position however left it as there was no choice for horseback riding.
From that point forward, Abu Taleb Sarker has been taking care of his fatherly property and does cultivating as business.In a late discussion, Abu Taleb Sarker shared his stories of stallion riding.
“I started to care for our steeds. I used to sustain, bathe and do all that they required. At that point I turned into a stallion rider,” said Abu Taleb Sarker.
From that point forward, Abu Taleb has been doing the vast majority of errands including promoting, walking, paying area duties thus on riding his stallion.
Abu Taleb said, “I cherish horse riding. It is valuable for body and psyche. I need to ride until the most recent day of my life.”
Local people said Abu Taleb lives with his significant other as the greater part of his posterity now live independently.
They additionally guaranteed that the steed rider still appears to be solid physically as he cares for his stallion even at this age all alone.
Nearby ward councilor said, “We have been watching him horse riding since our youth. Seeing him on a steed, Abu Taleb helps us to remember some old heads and it can rest easy.”
A nearby agent Rony Roy said, “Abu Taleb is an illustration how a side interest can keep a man’s body and mind fit.”