Monkey rains money down on temple devotees in India
A monkey has caused uproar at a temple in Vrindavan by raining handfuls of 500 rupee notes down on stunned devotees.
Nearly 150,000 rupees fluttered down over the crowds at the Banke Bihari temple, but rumours of a miracle were quickly dispelled when the owner of the cash came forward and announced that the sly simian had swiped the money from her purse. Monkeys are welcomed at temples across India as representatives of Hanuman, the mischievous but loyal monkey god, whose story forms a key part of the Ramayana, one of Hinduism’s holiest books. Read more: timesofindia.indiatimes.com