Kurbani Going Digital
Why should a technological approach to professionalism be restricted only to anyone with a DSLR or a boutique? ChaCha Laal, Moti, Leela and other assorted cows and goats are advertised and sold online; but what about the koshai babu who's supposed to help you transform the animal into juicy steaks?
Of course, that's what online markets like CellBazaar, OLX or bikroy.com are for.
You can get an adequate description of Korim Khan's skills and cost of services on Cell Bazaar. He will chop the sacrificed meat in every cut you want. Soon, we're sure; he'll use this experience and a very graphical capture of it to gather a fan following on Facebook, where the best of his butchering will be exhibited in videos and photo albums. You will see him pose with his bloody knives next to the carcasses of the diverse range of animals he will have butchered in various assignments. His skills will soon make him worthy of a LinkedIn profile. He will tweet about how the cow's hind legs kicked his chest during one brave mission. His Google plus profile might not be of that much use, but every professional should have one anyway, and so will he.
Find your butchers online. Make sure you save them from the animal rights activists if you like their services though.