People queue up to worship rare calf born with three eyes and four nostrils

After it was alleged to be a reincarnation of Hindu God Shiva, a three-eyed cow born in India has been branded a “divine miracle” and villagers have been queuing up to worship it.

The unusual calf was born with four nostrils and an extra eye on its forehead.

Some people of the Rajnandgaon District of India’s Chhattisgarh hamlet believe the three-eyed calf is a reincarnation of Viswanatha, a God who is noted for having an eye on his forehead.

According to Sputnik, a big number of people came from adjacent villages to worship the cow, believing it to be Shiva’s rebirth.

People queue up to worship rare calf born with three eyes and four nostrils

The calf, born on January 14, attracted large crowds of people who offered incense sticks, coconuts, and money as per the custom of the local culture.

Some say the timing of the calf’s birth, which was born just as the Hindu festival of harvesting, Makar Sankranti, started, is no coincidence. Many believed the arrival of the calf to be of religious significance.

Speaking to Indian news agency ANI, villager Neelkumar Verma said: “I have never seen any three-eyed being. Only Lord Shiva had it. It is a divine miracle. An incarnation of the Lord himself.”

People queue up to worship rare calf born with three eyes and four nostrils

While the birth of the anima was linked with the Hindu God, a veterinary doctor has disagreed with the comparison.

Doctor Kamlesh Chaudhary said that such cases should not be considered miraculous as such things happen due to the abnormal development of the embryo.

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