In India, a woman returns home 40 years after she died. Here is the incredible story.
Imagine the shock of two Indian sisters who one day saw their mother knocking at the door, given up for dead 40 years ago. The woman, named Vilasa, then forty-two, had received the bite of a cobra in 1976 and her body had been thrown into the Ganges river.
Carried promptly by a healer, immediately after the bite of the reptile, the treatments had not been effective and the woman died, or so all her relatives believed.
As per tradition, his body was wrapped in a veil and placed on a small raft entrusted to the current of the river Ganges. In Hinduism the practice of cremation is common, not in the case of poisoning, however, when the body is kept intact because it is believed that the river can cleanse the body of poison.
The woman's body, still alive, was noticed by some fishermen who took it and took it to a temple for treatment. However, after being healed, the woman remained without memory, without knowing who she was or where she came from. For this reason he remained in the temple for the next 40 years.
Suddenly, however, in 2016 the woman, now 82 years old, began to remember pieces from her past and talked about it with a girl with whom she had made friends at the temple. In turn, the girl talked about it with her uncle over eighty named Chetram, who remembered meeting this woman and even being at her funeral.
So the pieces of the puzzle were now in place and the woman was taken to her daughters' house. "We immediately recognized it by a desire," said the woman's younger daughter, Muni.