A woman and her three-year-old son, who were visiting her father’s farm in the southern city of Bengaluru, have named their new home after a popular Indian movie character, “Alligator Farm”.
The girl, whose name has not been released, said she had been looking forward to the new life in the farmhouse and was thankful that it was not “the worst place to live”.
“We had a dream of owning this house and now it is here.
We are happy,” she said.
She added that the girl and her mother had not yet decided what kind of clothes they would wear, and that they would decide later.
The girl’s father, who is also a farmer, has a similar view.
“I will let them decide.
I will let my children decide,” he said.
In the movie, the main character, the titular Alligator, is in a state of shock after his family is slaughtered by the evil Alligator King.
The Alligator farm is named after the popular movie character Alligator Farm in the 1980s television series, “The Big Lebowski”, a film in which Alligator is a protagonist.
According to the Alligator farmers’ association, there were more than 10,000 Alligator farms in the country in the 1960s and 70s, and there are about 8,000 in Bengaluro, one of India’s poorest states.
The association says that since then, the Alligators have gone through many changes, from being kept on a leash to being sold.
The association has registered a complaint with the Bengaluru Metropolitan Police over the “badly damaged” structure.
The farm is a popular spot for tourists, and the women are taking part in a “Welcome Home” event in front of the house, said Gopi Bhagat, executive director of the farm.
Bhagat said that the farm had recently been renovated and had received an official certificate from the city.
“The building has been fitted with CCTV cameras, and we are taking care of it,” she added.