Biggest Hands Boy

News by Meenakshi Chauhan Sharma

Photos by Ajay Verma

INDIA,( Uttar Pradesh ) 12-year-old Tarik belongs to Uttar Pradesh state of India. he has ‘big hands’ since the birth.When his father was alive he took him to the local doctors a lot. But his father passed away and he only has his mother now,

so he can’t get any treatment.Tarik’s older brother, Hargyan, takes care of Tarik and helps him with simple daily tasks that his hands prevent him from being able to do.It is difficult for Tarik to complete his daily chores like bathing, dressing, and eating.

The condition, which has not been diagnosed by doctors, has caused Tarik’s huge hands to grow to a length of 12 inches. .Sadly that has resulted in Tarik being bullied by his neighbours and friends.Tarik said: “It’s just we don’t have money for the treatment doesn’t mean it can’t be cured,

.” Every single doctor suggested to get Tarik a proper treatment. He has to stay like this till they have some money for the treatment. On a recent visit, Dr Pawan Kumar Gandhi said: “Tarik’s problem is actually a mystery to us. We’ve never seen a patient with this before.

Chances are low but nothing is impossible. In the age of science, there is lots of research, so nothing is impossible.Tarik said: “I want to get rid of this condition. I want to become like other kids who go to school everyday and play like normal  kids. I see a hope that I will get normal hands.”

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Old man looks like a child

Rare shot Photos by: Ajay Verma

Story By :  Umesh Saxena

INDIA (Madhya Pradesh) Basori Lal aged 50 years measures just 29 inches tall lives in Madhya Pradesh state of India. He is living with his younger brother’s family. He stopped growing after the age of five.Unable to afford to see specialists, He has never been thoroughly examined by doctors and as a result, this causes of  stunted growth which remains a mystery .But the 50-year-old refuses to let his small stature get him down.He has become a local celebrity in the Madhya Pradesh region, and is regularly visited by curious travellers .

His brother, Gopi Lal, 55, who is of regular height and lives with Basori, explained that the family feel blessed to have him in their family.He said: “People from different villages come to our house to see my brother. That’s a blessing for us.“We feel proud that people love and care for Basori.” toddler himself is quite happy with his unusually diminutive stature.He is treated like a hero in his village.

Basori said that this small stature doesnt impact on his life.He said,“Whatever I am is okay. I don’t face any problems because of my height.”But when he was younger, strangers taunted him for being short. He said: “I don’t have a problem with my height.”I work, live and sleep like other people. I also eat like normal people.

But the family’s financial situation meant that Basori was never given a thorough medical diagnosis. He goes to flour mill owned by family everyday. Basori celebrate every evening of his life with whisky, dance and music.He is full of life and he has no regret in life infact his way of living is source of inspiration for others also.

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Girl With Sleeping Beauty Syndrome In Kerala

News by Meenakshi Chauhan Sharma

A FOUR-YEAR-OLD girl with a rare medical condition sleeps up to FIVE days in a row. Liya, 4, from Kerala, India is reportedly the youngest girl that suffers from Kleine- Levin Syndrome, also known as Sleeping Beauty Syndrome. The condition causes Liya to fall into deep slumber and wakes only during when she needs to eat or go to the toilet.


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smallest couple india

Story By N.J Singh (Rare Shot News)

country’s smallest couple with a combined height of just five feet

INDIA,Himachal Pradesh (Una) An Indian couple who say they were ‘made for each other’ have become the country’s smallest bride and groom – with a combined height of just 5ft.

Rajesh Kumar, 34, and Shelja Kumari, 30, wed in northern India in a marriage arranged by their families.

The pair – who are both 2.5ft tall – were worried they would not find a suitable match until their families discovered they lived close to each other.

The pair married in a lavish ceremony in Una District, in Himachal Pradesh province, and believe they were a ‘match made in heaven’.

Bride Shelja said: ‘I am happy that I found a suitable match for myself with the help of family Groom Rajesh, a government worker, added: ‘Shelja has completed me and I will keep my wife very happy. Me and Shelja were made for each other and our match was fixed in heaven by God.Locals said,” people travelled from miles away to wish the pair for their future.

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Indian baby with an additional head attached to its stomach

Indian baby is born with an additional head attached to its stomach
News by Meenakshi Chauhan Sharma

Indian doctors have given a new lease of life to a baby girl who was born with a head attached to her stomach.They managed to remove the appendage of her parasitic twin in a complicated four-hour operation at JK Lone Hospital, in Jaipur.It was feeding off of her blood supply – depriving her of vital nutrients needed for her healthy development, surgeons said.As well as being born with an extra head, which had no ears and eyes due to being partly developed, the infant also had a third hand. An unnamed 21-year-old woman presented herself to doctors at the Ram Snehi Hospital, in Jahazpur(Bhilwara) after experiencing pain during her pregnancy.She was immediately referred for a sonography scan and an ultrasound and were told that she was carrying twins – but were unaware they would be parasitic.Unlike conjoined twins, one is incompletely formed or wholly dependent on some bodily functions of the complete foetus. Cases of parasitic twins are rare and believed to account for just one per one million live births, according to medical literature.Dr Vijiyeta Garg, a gynaecologist who looked after the woman, assured the family that both mother and child could be saved.However, her 24-year-old husband, who works as a farmer, insisted that her life was a priority and the baby should come second,The operation on April 26 proved to be a success – despite the young couple believing they would lose their first child, local reports suggest.Dr Pravin Marthur, of the hospital’s paediatric unit, said: ‘This is one of the rarest cases of parasitic twin.The parents told us the mother had undergone sonography and other tests but were not told about carrying an underdeveloped twin.They were shattered when they saw the baby. We had to convince them to give us a nod for the surgery to save their daughter’s life. The baby is recovering well and is being breastfed and will be discharged later this week.
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