Snehal Bhatt the Indian Cobra girl. Snehal Bhatt has lead one women crusade to rescue the most dangerous snake Cobra, Pythons, Vipers. She is a social worker who workers 24 hours to rescue these snakes. Snehal Bhatt helps save people and snakes from each other. In a rare tribute, the National Geographic Channel has made a stunning film on this amazing animal activist who stays far away from the arclights preferring to do real work that has little time for publicity.
Bhatt and her volunteers have rescued thousands of snakes and released them in areas far from human habitation. Snehal also needs the villagers’ help in stopping her archenemies, the snake charmers, whose custom of destroying the venom glands ultimately kills the snake.
Snehal’s compassion for animals is matched by her anger at those who abuse them. ” I get very angry whenever I see a snake charmer. It’s like there’s a bomb inside me which is going to blow anytime. I don’t see him as a person at all. I just see how many snakes he’s killed. It’s a kind of thing I’ve developed from seeing these poor animals die daily.
In 1993, she founded the Gujarat Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals [GSPCA]. Aided by a group of volunteers, she runs this society from her home in Vadodara and is on call seven days a week, 24 hours a day.
Snehal Bhatt is an idol for every women. She Empowering Women aims to inspire women with the courage to break free. For those who think women cant do it Snehal Bhatt is the answer for all the men. She challanges and faces all the circumstances alone know the whole world follow’s her. She also filmed in a small documentary on her social work by National Geographic channel.