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Meet the people behind Peepal Farm, who tend to injured animals in Dharamshala

Robin Singh started Peepal Farm with co founders Shivani and Joellen in 2014.

"I used to be a hacker," says Robin Singh. Six years ago, he was running a successful e commerce company in the United States.

Today, he lives on Peepal Farm near Dharamshala, tending to injured animals, putting gunny sack sweaters on bemused cows and experimenting with low till organic cultivation.

"Actually, I am still a hacker," he says. "It's just that the domain has changed."

Sometime around 2011, Singh became preoccupied with what he calls the "suffering

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