Telangana Businessman Flies His Helicopter To The Temple For Vahan Puja. Cuz He Can!

by Tooba Shaikh
Telangana Businessman Flies His Helicopter To The Temple For Vahan Puja. Cuz He Can!

There are some people who can’t help but be extra. And hey, we’re not complaining! We love to be entertained by their extraness. Anytime someone is extra, it’s free entertainment for us. In today’s episode of people being extra, watch a businessman in Telangana fly his helicopter to the temple for a ceremonial puja. In all fairness, there are worse things to do with a newly bought helicopter. Only in India will you witness such one-of-a-kind and unique incidents. Watch the video below!

Telangana Businessman Flies Helicopter To The Temple

The owner of the Prathima business, Boinpally Srinivas Rao, recently purchased a helicopter worth $5.7 million or 47 crores. It is a routine practice of many Indian Hindus to take their newly bought vehicle to the temple for a ‘Vahan puja’ (vehicle puja). For those of you who may not know, Vahan puja is done for the wellness and longevity of the vehicle. While most Indians take their two-wheeler or four-wheeler for this puja, this businessman from Telangana took his Airbus ACH 135. Who can blame him? If you spent 47 crores on a vehicle, you too would want it to function well and last for a long time.

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Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy Temple At Yadadri

Reports said that, along with his family, B. S. Rao flew his newly bought helicopter to a temple in Yadadri. This temple is dedicated to Sri Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy. The short video shared on Twitter shows a snippet of the puja. At least three priests are shown to be involved in the puja.

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What other unusual vehicles have you heard being taken for Vahan puja? Comment and let us know.

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