Musa village in Mansa district continues to be flooded with tributes to Sidhu Moosewala six months after his death.
Near the site where Sidhu Moosewala was cremated in Musa village, a market has sprung up selling his merchandise.
His cremation site attracts hundreds of fans every day. Sundays are usually the busiest days because his parents meet his fans.
His fans are purchasing T-shirts with his photos, posters, keychains, and other items associated with Moosewala from these stalls, which are doing brisk business.
The slain singer is remembered not only in nearby districts, but also in distant regions of the state, including Doaba and Majha, and even Haryana and Rajasthan.
A short distance from his house is the field where Moosewala was cremated. He was cremated in his parents’ fields despite the fact that there is a dedicated cremation site at the village. Photographs and videos are taken at the spot by visitors.
“We listen to his songs,” said Gurmeet Singh and his wife, who had come from Sirsa to pay tribute to Moosewala. We have come here to pay tribute to him because he was a shining star and legend.”
In the Mansa district, Moosewala was shot dead on May 29 at Jawaharke village.