Tragic Events Leading to Misidentification
In a bizarre and extraordinary incident in Berhampur, India, a woman identified as 52-year-old Bujji Aama, believed to have succumbed to severe burns sustained in a house fire, astoundingly woke up at the funeral parlor just moments before her scheduled cremation.
The events unfolded after Aama was severely burnt on February 1 in a home fire, leading to her admission to MKCG Medical College and Hospital.
Desperate Situation and Premature Arrangements
Despite receiving initial treatment at the medical facility, Aama’s condition remained critical, and due to the family’s financial constraints, they faced challenges in securing further medical assistance for her deteriorating health.
Believing his wife had passed away, Aama’s husband, Sibaram Palo, arranged for her transportation to the cremation ground.
The Shocking Awakening
On the day of the planned cremation, Aama’s life took an unexpected turn. As the funeral pyre was being prepared, one of the accompanying mourners, K Chiranjibi, witnessed the unimaginable – Aama opened her eyes.
Expressing their initial fear and surprise, Chiranjibi revealed, “Initially we were scared as we had never seen such an incident, though we had heard some stories.”
Swift Response and Miraculous Turnaround
The hearse driver, Khetrabashi Sahu, who had initially transported what was presumed to be Aama’s lifeless body from her home, was urgently called back to the cremation ground.
Aama, still alive and breathing, was rescued from what could have been a premature end to her life. She was then returned home in the same hearse.
Local Practices and Lack of Death Certificate Requirement
The crematorium authorities highlighted that, according to local practices, providing a death certificate is not a prerequisite for conducting the last rites of a family member.
This unforeseen resurrection has left the community in awe, sparking discussions about the mysteries of life and death.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn