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Heres a story of a shrine where no Gods are worshipped, instead
a bike is cased and offered liquor and flowers.
In any country, drunk driving accidents are nothing to be
praised of or look u...
Heres a story of a shrine where no Gods are worshipped, instead a bike is cased and offered liquor and flowers.
In any country, drunk driving accidents are nothing to be praised of or look up to, but here is a place in Jodhpur, India where one such crash site has gained intense popularity and the bike involved in the accident is worshipped like any other God.
Legend has it that, a drunk driver named Om Singh Rathore crashed his bike into a tree and the police hauling the bike to the local police station. Later, the bike was mysteriously found at the accident site. Assuming that it they were stolen, the cops again brought it back to the station. But this time, both chaining it and emptying the fuel tank. Surprisingly the very next day, the chains were found broken and the bike found back at the site.
Ever since the ghostly events, the bullet remains at the site permanently glass-cased and worshipped by hundreds of passers-by believing to be protected from the Bullet God. Most travellers even offer liquor and flowers and the base of the concrete glass case.
The shrine of Bullet Baba or locally known as "Om Banna (Bun- Nuh) Mandir" is a wonderful reminder that even the worst accidents might happen for a reason.