Strange disease: The trunk came out on the man's head, you would not have seen such a disease

Strange disease: The trunk came out on the man's head, you would not have seen such a disease

You must have read and heard about many strange diseases, but till date you have not seen a disease like Vid, a resident of Cambodia, because seeing them looks like they have a trunk on their head. But this lump of flesh growing on his head has now covered the entire right side of his face. Those who see the vid for the first time think that it is a person with a trunk.

Seeing such condition of Vid, no one bothered to give him a job. At the time of birth, there was a lump on the head of Vid, the same lump has now grown so big. Vid has neither home nor job. There is a ray of hope in Vid's life. Vid, who was battling this disease since childhood, found his angels. A glimmer of hope came to 34-year-old Vid's life when an Australian couple (Diana Kosky and John Nettleton) visited Cambodia. When Vid was passing through a road near a hotel, Diana caught sight of him when Diana told her husband John that he should help Vid.

They tell Vid that they want to undergo surgery for him and for this the couple has also taken permission from the head of the village of Vid. Vid is not alone nor does he ever talk about his family. Vid's sense of humor is excellent. When he came to know about this help, he said that maybe after surgery some girl would show interest in him.

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Neither band nor baja, this couple's marriage is a unique example

Neither band nor baja, this couple's marriage is a unique example

In the country, lakhs of rupees are spent in events like weddings, while such a wedding is really luxurious and trendy, in which the wedding took place, but not a single rupee was spent. Not only this, farmers were also given assistance of 20-20 thousand rupees in marriage. 

In the Indian society, social status has been added to the expenditure on marriage, which, if it is not talked about, also takes a loan and performs the marriage in such a way that it will be applauded. To stop this extravagance, this couple has really set an example.

When Ambedkarites Abhay Devre and Preeti Kumbhare of Nagpur tied the knot, neither the drum was played nor the procession. There was nothing neither flowers nor sweets. Just an enlightenment session was held, in which the dignitaries of the society gave their views. No gift of any kind was given or taken. 

Twenty thousand rupees were given to ten families of farmers who committed suicide in marriage, along with the responsibility of educating their children was taken. Books for competitive examinations were given to the village libraries by both the families for Rs 52000.

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