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Some give me bananas and mangoes-my favourite fruits.'I am treated specially by everyone in the village be it Muslims or Hindus and I feel fantastic about it.'I do not face any physical problems because of the tail and so I don't intend to get rid of it ever.'I do feel I am special and that I am blessed by Lord Hanuman because I get so much love by the people.'Sohail's family also believe that he is truly God's gift and say they have only experienced love, peace and prosperity since he was born.

His grandfather Ashiq Shah, 60, said: 'We have been blessed with peace and prosperity since his birth.

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His mother said: 'I was shocked to see the patch of hair in his back.

But soon people in the village started saying he was incarnation of the Hindu god.

Hugh Peskett, editor-in-chief of Burke's Peerage and Gentry, warned that changing the names of titles to remove Christian references would destroy hundreds of years of history.

'Part of the significance of an honour is its antiquity,' he said.

Sohail could have been born with a tail due to a neural tube defect known as spina bifida, where the spine doesn't develop properly.

Sohail himself says he enjoys the love and attention he gets because of his tail and never wants to of cut it off.

The era saw the composition of the Vedas, the seminal texts of Hinduism, coalesce into Janapadas (monarchical, state-level polities), and social stratification based on caste.

The Later Vedic Civilisation extended over the Indo-Gangetic plain and much of the subcontinent, as well as witnessed the rise of major polities known as the Mahajanapadas.

The history of India includes the prehistoric settlements and societies in the Indian subcontinent; the advancement of civilisation from the Indus Valley Civilisation to the eventual blending of the Indo-Aryan culture to form the Vedic Civilisation; the onset of a succession of powerful dynasties and empires for more than three millennia throughout various geographic areas of the subcontinent, including the growth of Muslim dominions during the Medieval period intertwined with Hindu powers; the advent of European traders and privateers, resulting in the establishment of British India; and the subsequent independence movement that led to the Partition of India and the creation of the Republic of India.

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