The Indian village is worshiped boy with a deformed head as a god Ganesha
• The residents of the Indian village is worshiped boy with a deformed head as a god Ganesha
The Indian village is worshiped six year old boy as the incarnation of a Hindu deity. And the thing is that due to illness he was deformed forehead and lower eyelids. Pranshu from the village of Jalandhar in Punjab was born with such a defect and can not walk. The villagers consider him divine child and the reincarnation of Ganesh. This deity is depicted with the head of an elephant and a human body, it brings people good luck, wealth and success in business.
Even the teacher the boy would bow before him the head. he meets every Thursday with a crowd of worshipers at the entrance to the temple. Father Pranshu, Kamlesh, also said that his son - is a deity. "I adore him, too, like the other villagers. His body - like a god Ganesha. He blesses all. The inhabitants of the village, which are found with him, wish-fulfilling. He goes to school every day, and when people see my son, they welcome it with flowers ", - says the boy's father.
According to Kamlesh, the similarity with Ganesha was noticeable in Pranshu since birth. "He had eyes like a god Ganesha. He was born with a big head, and even now it is growing, "- says his father.
Pranshu seem to like the image of a religious idol. He says: "I look like Ganesha, and people do not even know my real name. My teacher also bowed down to me at school. Friends do not tease me because I believe that I am - God Ganesha. I love it when they call me Ganesh Ji. It makes me happy. I just want to be that way. I am pleased with his big head and face. "
The boy was born in a poor family. His father - a simple worker who earns less than five dollars a day. Pranshu I have four brothers, including the eldest brother with the same disease. But he can walk independently, unlike Pranshu. Boy drove to a local doctor in a year after the birth, but he was unable to put the final diagnosis and offer treatment.