The real Mowgli: India two-year-old boy spends more time with the monkeys than with people
Barely having time to be born, this boy named Samart the bungaree (Samarth Bangari) from a small Indian village under the Bangalore inexplicably attracts local monkeys.
He made friends with a group of 20 lungulov and «communicates» with them much more frequently than with people. The boy is not abandoned, he has parents who fed and clothed him.
For such features of local residents believe Smarta the reincarnation of the mythical monkey king Hanuman.
Samart is sleeping in his room, but every morning the monkeys come to him through the window and awaken, then escorted to the Junior school (kindergarten group), and then meet with the school and play with him.
A strange relationship between a boy and a monkey came about when Samarta was 6 months. The child was sitting in the yard when one of the monkeys approached him and snatched from his hands a piece of food. The baby, surprisingly, was not upset and did not cry, but rather reached for the monkeys to pet them. After that, the monkeys began to approach it more and the child suddenly found a common language with them.
Now the relationship Samarta and group languru so strong and friendly that parents can go to work and leave the boy a pack of monkeys to night without worrying for his safety.
Samart has not yet learned to speak clearly, but cleverly imitates monkey sounds possible that he learned the monkey language and communicates with them in this way. Some call Samarta nickname «Mowgli», but most often it is called «blessed».
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«In our village, many people regard lungulov and always give them food, but only our son has developed with the monkeys so close connection. People consider it a miracle and called our son the incarnation of God Hanuman,» says 38-year-old Sunil the bungaree, the boy’s father, «We now have long been accustomed, that the monkeys always come directly home to us and we believe relations with them Samarta beautiful and pious».