Video: Indian media calls Narendra Modi as ‘second janam’ of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan

According to a report on an Indian TV channel, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan has reincarnated into the world and had a 'second janam' as Modi.

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Indian media and absurdity are two sides of the same coin. And they have not disappointed this time as well. According to a report on an Indian TV channel, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan has reincarnated into the world!

Yep, you heard it right! The Indian media believes that the great thinker had a ‘second janam’ and that too, in the form of none other than Narendra Modi.

The media source claims that there is a research institute in San Francisco IISIS devoted to the study of reincarnation or transmigration. Note that Reincarnation or Punar-Janma is one of the core ideology of Hindu belief system.

The ‘research’:

The said media outlet claimed that is a research institute in San Francisco IISIS devoted to the study of reincarnation or transmigration. The study claimed to have been conducted on around 2 million people from every corner of the world and have researched who they have been in their previous life or “Janam”.


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Hinduism believes that the soul doesn’t die with the body. The religion believes that souls change ‘forms’ and they are influenced by karma or their deeds in the past life.

IISIS says a person of fame gets fame in his next life. And this is why Sir Syed Ahmed Khan returned as Modi and why is a successful politician in this life as well.

Here is the iconic video:

Social media community reacts to the claims:

Not to forget that almost a year back, Sir Syed’s portrait mysteriously disappeared from Aligarh Muslim University, sparking and outrage. A portrait of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi was displayed at the same spot at Aligarh’s PWD where the portrait of the founder of AMU, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan used to hang till it ‘disappeared’.

The PWD officials informed that the PM’s photo was put up in the orders of the state government. However, there was a lengthy debate regarding why the portrait of Sir Syed was removed and where it went.

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