Bengaluru woman claims rebirth; visits her ‘ancestral’ village at Kottigehara


Team Udayavani, Aug 31, 2020, 1:03 PM IST

Kottigehara: A Bengaluru-based young woman who had been behaving erratically had claimed that she is the reborn daughter of a temple priest near here from four generations ago.

The young woman from Nagavara in Bengaluru had been acting strangely for months and was not eating properly.

When questioned by her parents, she said that she was the daughter of a high priest near Javali from four generations ago. The parents then brought her to the Amriteshwara temple in Megur.

After arriving at the place her behaviour normalised.

Speaking about this, villager Channakeshava Gowda said that the elders are unaware of the priest from the past the young woman is claiming about.

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