UP: 21-day 'Ganga' found from the Ganges river in Ghazipur, along with birth chart and photos of gods and goddesses
In Ghazipur, Uttar Pradesh, till a few days ago, only dead bodies were seen floating in the Ganges, but on Tuesday there was no corpse from the Ganges but a newborn baby box. Newborn baby girl found in Ganga). A boatman living on the river bank saw a box floating in the Ganges. When he opened that box, he was surprised because there was a newborn baby in it.
A birth chart was also kept in that box along with the girl child. Along with this, there were photos of many gods and goddesses in the box. As soon as the information about the girl was found from the river, the police immediately reached there and took the girl to the Asha Jyoti Center. The baby girl is said to be completely healthy.
The box was shown floating in the river in the evening
Sailor Gullu Chaudhary, who was living at Dadri Ghat, told the police that they found a wooden box floating on the banks of the river on Tuesday evening. When we went to that box, the sound of a child crying was coming from it. He told that there were more people present at the ghat. Those who heard the cry of the child came near the box. When everyone opened the box and saw, everyone was stunned. Because inside the box a small girl was wrapped in chunari.
birth chart found in box
Along with the girl, her birth chart was also kept in the box. In this birth chart, the name of the girl child was written as Ganga. In the horoscope, the birth of the girl child was written on 25 May. That is, the baby is only three weeks old. The sailor took the girl to his home. The sailor's family wants to raise the child, but the local people informed the police about the matter.
This was done for superstition
As soon as the information was received, the police team reached the boatman's house and took the girl to the Asha Jyoti Center. In this way, meeting the girl child in the box has become a topic of discussion. Now the police is looking for the family members of the girl after conducting a medical examination. It is being said that this may have been done to fulfill some superstition or tantric ritual.