Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan is a controversial preacher and the head of a social organization called Dera Sacha Sauda. It is claimed that he has crores of followers in India, and significant political clout. Armed with the title of ‘Saint’ in his name, Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh Insan is known for his colourful tastes, both in terms of the clothes he wears and the rockstar-like lifestyle he leads, monastic austerity be damned.
Why, he’s even acted in a movie called the MSG (not to be confused with Mono Sodium Glutamate) – The Messenger of God. He has also cut many albums and has even spawned a genre called religious rock. But why’s this man on CarToq? Well, he designs his own cars. Today, we take a look at this so-called spiritual leader’s batsh%t crazy fleet of self-designed automobiles. DC Design’s monstrosities have been surpassed.
Chariot of God Bugatti Veyron Replica
[Image courtesy Motoroids]
One of the cheesiest cars to roll out of Babaji’s design genius is the Chariot of God, a car that seems inspired by the Bugatti Veyron. A poor Honda Accord V6 luxury sedan has given up its body shell to become the Chariot of God. While mechanicals of the Accord have been retained, the clincher on this design is the heart shaped front grille, said to be broadcasting the spiritual guru’s message of love. All of Babaji’s creations roll out from his garage at Sirsa, Haryana. When the man drives this car around, he’s surrounded by Z-level government sponsored security. Well, this creation is just the tip of the iceberg. There’s more to come.
The AgroJetter is essentially a Hero Honda Karizma, and seems to have derived inspiration from the Piaggio MP3 scooter. What’s the point of the AgroJetter? This three wheeled contraption aims to make healthcare more accessible to the rural masses by serving as a vehicle that can transport a doctor and his supplies to remote locations.
The donor car of this creation was a crashed Hyundai Santro.
This creation makes the original Santro look like Katrina Kaif.
A Maruti Suzuki Gypsy gave up its life for this.
And here are the rest of Babaji’s automotive creations.
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