The famous researcher of the phenomenon of reincarnation,
Canadian-American psychiatrist Ian Stevenson in the seventies
last century, met a resident of the Indian city of Nagpur,
which was called Uttara Huddar. The uniqueness of this Indian woman was
is that she could speak the old Bengali language, which
existed until the nineteenth century, and in which there were not yet 20 percent of words,
borrowed from English (influenced by the British
Uttara Huddar spoke ancient Bengali perfectly
freely, as if born and raised in West Bengal until the XIX century
or at its beginning.
What happened to Uttara Huddar?
However, the woman, being a native of the city of Nakpura,
located in central India, also spoke fluently
Marathi, knew Hindi well and even English. However, in 32 years
Uttara suddenly began to identify with the person named
Charade, for some time, even ceased to recognize relatives and
spoke in ancient Bengali.
A team of scientists led by Jan Stevenson for several months
investigated this phenomenal case. Having learned from the woman that the father
Charades name is Brianat Chattonyadhay, scientists raised archives and clarified,
that at the beginning of the nineteenth century in Bengal indeed lived the family of this
human, however, according to the traditions of that region, the genealogy was mentioned
only men, and therefore determine whether
Charade, failed. However, this “impostor” knew too well
all male relatives of the Chattonyadhaya family accurately described them,
well versed in the kitchen of that period of Bengal and its customs,
so by coincidence, all of this, as Ian Stevenson argued,
can not be called.
There was something else, especially since this case looked like
as if another person had moved into Huddar in Indian.
Reincarnation or sharing the soul?
Stephenson ultimately came to the conclusion that the phenomenon
Huddar-Sharady is most likely the case of the so-called
xenoglossia, that is, it can be more about obsession,
what about reincarnation.
Charade – a bodiless person who was once real
a man who died at the beginning of the nineteenth century, he later wrote in the scientific
report. – After a century and a half, she somehow seized the body
Uttara Huddar. But other details of this story still convince us
that reincarnation in this case also takes place. For example,
Uttara, for some reason, had an interest in Bengal from early childhood and
to the Bengalis themselves, she even tried to master in her school years
Bengali. It is entirely possible that Huddar is still
reincarnation of Charade, but it manifested itself in a very strange way
and fully into adulthood, which is why it’s very similar and
on the effect of xenoglossia. That is, it turns out an incredible phenomenon, with
whom we have never encountered before. And this phenomenon is still up to
the end is not studied.