A Sikh man takes off his turban and uses it to rescue drowning dog


How far are you willing to go for the sake of saving a life or rescue drowning dog? Apparently, nothing could stop 20-year-old Sarwan Singh from Punjab, India from rescuing a drowning dog, even if his action was considered disrespectful towards his religion by some of the onlookers. For this young man, however, nothing is more important than lending a helping hand and stepping in, no matter if it’s about a human being or an animal in need.


Singh recalls what really happened that day, saying: ‘I was travelling when I saw a group of men pointing towards the canal. I stopped my car and went over to check what was happening. I was shocked to see that there was a dog drowning but no one was actually helping.’

This quick-thinking man knew the dog’s time was running out so he took his turban off and used the material as a pulling rope.

This is really a kind of a rescue we don’t get to witness every day.