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How Cow That Gave birth to 'human-like' Calf Shocked The World (photos)

It is normal for a cow to give birth to a calf, triplets or twins but if a cow gives birth to a human being then it is a curse to some communities and to others a blessing like it happened in India. A certain discrict in India received news of a baby cow.The baby cow was delivered by the mother cow with eyes, nose and ears that resembled those of human. This led people to declare it an avatar of Hindu god the Lord Vishnu. Plans were under way to build a huge temple in its honour. The baby cow was delivered

  1 year ago ago
How Cow That Gave birth to 'human-like' Calf Shocked The World (photos)

LIFESTYLE

Here are What You Need to Know About Hinduism

Hindu culture on the basis of religion is one of the most confusing aspect to outsiders, but never to the them. Many people from other religions have been wondering the theories or rather reasons behind the many Hindu deities. Hinduism being the third largest religion in the world, it would therefore be perfect if we carry out our research before making discriminative and religious-based judgement. Religion is arguably one of the most confusing aspects in life, that's one thing that we really have to all agree

  1 year ago ago
Here are What You Need to Know About Hinduism

TRAVEL

Photos: The Underwater Idol That Comes Out Once In Every 40 Years

AthiVaradar means " Athi" means tree. " Varam" means boon in the Tamil language. Every 40 years, the silk town of Kancheepuram in Tamil Nadu, India, welcomes devotees from around the world who come to pay their reference to Athi Vardar. Catching a glimpse of Lord Vishnu during this incarnation may be a vignette of memory to be cherished because it is such a rare experience. The wooden idol of Athi Vardar, which translates to " Fig God, " is carved from the tree. Once every four decades, it' s restored to the

  1 year ago ago
Photos: The Underwater Idol That Comes Out Once In Every 40 Years

PET-ANIMALS

Meet The Man Born With a 'Spiritual' Tail

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.

  1 year ago ago
Meet The Man Born With a 'Spiritual' Tail