Every community has its religious beliefs and they are devoted to them, in India they believe in several deities and one of them is Hanuman. He is believed to be a deity who like a monkey and had a tail. Now meet Chandre Oram now in his late 30s', he was born with a patch of hair on his back and refused to cut it which resulted to it growing up to 35 cms. Because of this tail his community believes he is the reincarnation of Hanuman the deity. He even claims to enjoy other aspects of monkey like behaviour including
Werewolf syndrome is a genetic disorder that occurs as a result of spontaneous gene mutation. It causes thick hair to grow from the head, face, hands and legs. It is very rare, less than 100 cases have been reported. 1.Lalit Pajidar He was born 8 years ago in India. He was born with the werewolf syndrome. They have tried different treatments but nothing is working. They have tried to shave the hair but it grows back. People say that he is a reincarnation of god Hanuman. His friends have learned to accept him
Fromm birth Arshid Ali Khan was different. He was born with a 10cm tail. In his rural India home this meant that he was to be treated as a god. Worshiped even. He would spend most of his childhood being prayed to in his own temple with visitors often leaving cash or gifts in return for a blessing. People believed he was the reincarnated monkey god Hanuman. Many doctors encouraged the family to have the tail removed, but community pressure meant it went untreated. The little monkey god did not have an easy childhood.
Chandre Oram. (Getty) Chandre Oram lives in Alipurduar district of West Bengal. He is an Indian tea estate worker. He is known for having a 33 cm tail. He has therefore been taken as an object of devotion, with many believing he is an incarcerated Hanuman, a deity related to monkeys. Oram was born on Rama Navami, a bithdate for renown king Rama, who is an incarnation of Vishnu. From Ramayana reports, Hanuman was debited to Rama, helping in the rescue of his wife Sita, who had been in captivity from an evil king.