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Doctors give new face to man after horrible accident

  Doctors give new face to man after horrible accident   Sagaya Fernando Mumbai, 17 April 2021   A man in India who met with a horrible road accident, was not only lucky to have his life saved but also got his smashed-up face restored by an accomplished microvascular surgeon.     43-years-old Dattatreya Devkate, a resident of Saswad near Pune city in India, and a machine operator by profession was riding on his scooter on March 1 when he met with an accident. His scooter skidded after hitting another motorbike, and he was thrown in the air and fell face down on the gravels beside the road, which resulted in his face tissues being torn off.   He was immediately rushed to Grant Medical Foundation’s Ruby Hall Clinic hospital at Wanowrie in Pune, around 27 kms from the accident spot. At the hospital, Devkate was attended upon by Microvascular and Reconstructive Surgeon Dr Abhishek Ghosh.   “The patient had suffered major injuries to his face and his nose, with the lips and cheeks torn off.

Fiery faith: Devout dance on fire, remain unhurt

Fiery faith: Devout dance on fire, remain unhurt


 

Sumesh Rajan

Mumbai: 23 October 2018


Faith can conquer anything is the belief of many religious devout. Followers of a Hindu sect called Sidh, which was founded by Guru Jasnathji Maharaj in the 16th century, perform a devotional fire dance called Agni Nritya singing praises of their Guru. Amazingly, the performers though they jump on to burning charcoals while singing, remain unhurt.

 
A video of one such fire dance has gone viral on WhatsApp, wherein a young Sidh dancer can be seen dancing with an aarti (burning wicks on lamp) in his hand dancing around burning charcoal pit. He then pours ghee (clarified butter) in the smoldering pit which fans the fire further. Following he dances around the pit and climbs on to the fire for a few seconds, and makes circumambulation dances around the fire, taking the name of Guru Jasnathji. Miraculously he remains unhurt throughout the ritual. All the while, Sidh devotees gathered at the site play cymbals and sing devotional songs.

The fire dance was performed during a religious fair at Panchla village in Rajasthan, India.

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