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Posted by Trini Kid - - 0 comments


Sup Travellers?! The population of India is roughly 1.2 billion therefore the chances of finding someone with a tail is actually not that high. There are actually a couple folks with tails living in India right now, making it a relatively normal occurrence. But most people with tails in India become gods in their communities.

According to Barcroft TV, 13 year old Arshid Ali Khan,  has become a divine symbol in the state of Punjab. Locals have hailed him a reincarnation of the Hindu monkey god Hanuman - and refer to him as Balaji.

However, despite his godly acclamation he is unable to walk and doctors aren't sure if the tail is the reason for his disability. Some doctors say that he has brittle bones while some say that the tail protruding from his spine affects his ability to walk.

Arshid is considering getting his tail removed but no final decision has been made. He believes that even if he gets his tail removed his followers will still worship him.

He said: "Doctors can remove my tail - but people will continue to believe in me."

I'm not going to comment on this because the topic is a bit sensitive since it deals with religion and whatnot. But Arshid's story is definitely an interesting one and I just had to share it. Anyway, my name is Trinikid and you've just been informed.