Baby born with three heads named ‘god’ in India

A woman in Uttar Pradesh part of India has given birth to a baby with three heads, and this strange phenomenon has been tagged by the locals as a sign of reincarnation of a deity.

According to a report by Daily Star, the birth of the 'strange' child took place on July 12. Since then, multitudes have paid visits to the child after taking the child as a reincarnation of an Indian deity. 

Even though the two extra heads are directly behind the first head, the baby does not appear to be in discomfort when carried around. 

The parents of the newborn baby appear to be upset by the uncalled visits. They seem to find it annoying as people are only coming in to see the strange child rather than coming for the sake of celebrating the birth. The report added that people have come from even Far away just to see the 'incarnated God'. 

The child's mother, simply known as Ragini, is currently with the baby at the hospital and is reportedly doing well. 

Hinduism believes in the ultimate three forms of God; Brahma the creator, Vishnu, the preserver, and Shiva the destroyer.

The three gods are tagged as the ultimate representation of God. Probably, the locals must have mistaken the mutation as a symbol of this trio of gods.

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