Indian Engineer Couldn’t Come to Work Because He’s Busy Being the 10th Incarnation of Vishnu

Rameshchandra Fefar, an engineer at Gujarat government’s Sardar Sarovar Punarvasvat Agency (SSPA), received a notice asking why he was only present at work 16 times in the last 8 months. He replied that he was the 10th incarnation of the Hindu God Vishnu and has been busy with his divine work.

He claims that he got the first indication of his ‘divine greatness’ in August of 1999, from the newspaper horoscope. He said that he felt his body is detaching from his being and getting filled with ‘Divya anand’ (divine happiness). He didn’t know what was happening until his wife read the daily horoscope and learned that he would become a leader of men and be supremely intelligent.

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He still continues to report to work and according to him, he experienced another connection with the gods while he was at the office.

“On March 6, 2010, I was at work when I felt the rush of powers of Vishnu, I have direct connection with God and follow his diktat. My aatma (soul) has become one with parmatma (the supreme soul),” Rameshchandra said in an interview.

In 2014, he let his family know that he was the 10th avatar of Vishnu, a Hindu God that has four arms and blue skin.

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“You have remained highly erratic ever since you joined duty on September 22, 2017, you have remained absent without any authorization. This kind of conduct is not befitting a government official. Your absence from duty has adversely impacted the working of rehabilitation which is in its final stages as you are not available for providing guidance to the subordinates,” SSPA’s management wrote in a notice, according to Oddity Central.

He replied by saying that he is the 10th incarnation of Vishnu as Kalki.

I am doing penance at home by entering into the fifth dimension to change the global conscience. This work I cannot do in the office. Thus I don’t remain physically present in the office.”

People would make fun of him for his unusual excuse but then he shrugs them off by letting them know that the proof of his divinity would follow in the near future.