Hindu gods get summons from court.

It’s not easy being a God. You’re omnipotent, so you have to be everywhere at once, and answering everyone’s prayers 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, with no rest. And just when it couldn’t get worse – you get summoned to a court in India:

A judge in India has summoned two Hindu gods, Ram and Hanuman, to help resolve a property dispute.

Judge Sunil Kumar Singh in the eastern state of Jharkhand has issued adverts in newspapers asking the gods to “appear before the court personally”. The gods have been asked to appear before the court on Tuesday, after the judge said that letters addressed to them had gone unanswered.

Apparently two temples have been built on land that is claimed to be owned by the temple priest, but the locals claim that the land belongs to the two gods.

We’ll have to see whether they show up in court or not.

7 thoughts on “Hindu gods get summons from court.

  1. That would be news indeed if they truly showed up, but that cannot be, so, knowing humans and their deceitful tactics, someone will probably show up, claiming to be an avatar of Hanuman….

  2. Holy crap! Methinks this issue is going to be resolved fairly quickly. But it would be something if the Gods did show up.

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