Cambodia woman marries a Cow believing it’s her ‘Reincarnated Husband’

Reincarnation is called transmigration in religion and it is the rebirth of an individual that continues after bodily death, be it consciousness, mind, the soul, or some other entity in one or more successive existences.

It should be noted that eastern religions like Hinduism and Buddhism have immense beliefs in reincarnation. There is a recent story in Cambodia about a 74-year-old woman identified as Khim Hang and a cow.

Khim Hang firmly believes that the young calf is the reincarnation of her dead husband. They both are happily married now and living together in Kratie Cambodia.

Tol Khut her husband passed away a year ago and it broke Khim’s heart. Having survived the genocide from 1975-1979, they went through hardships in life through thick and thin. Previously, this July, a young calf was born and it started to show similar traits of Tol Khut.

The calf was more affectionate towards them and it did act more like ‘human’. The calf’s action made Khim firmly believe that her husband’s soul is present in young calf’s body. At their wedding ceremony, many people were invited to witness one of the most strange exchanges of vows.

However, Khim’s belief that her husband is reincarnated as a young cow is not frowned upon by Cambodians, more than 90% of Cambodians are Buddhists and believe in reincarnation.

Here’s the video: