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A house in Indore that has electric appliances for interiors!

Believe it or not, an electrical engineer in Indore has used a large number of electrical appliances, including a big transformer for his homes interior decoration! Located in the Jawra Compound in Indore, the house owned by Ramesh Aggarwal is an unusual attraction for every passer by.

By Rajni Khaitan

Indore, May 17 : Believe it or not, an electrical engineer in Indore has used a large number of electrical appliances, including a big transformer for his home's interior decoration! Located in the Jawra Compound in Indore, the house owned by Ramesh Aggarwal is an unusual attraction for every passer by.

At first sight, it looks as if it is a power sub-station instead of somebody's home.

The entry reads "440 Volts", a danger sign.

Ramesh's house has transformers encircled with electric wires placed at the base of the railing. Even the exteriors of the house have also been decorated with various electrical devices.

The 'decorative' items include circuit breakers, switches, drop out fuses, pin insulators, disk insulators, transformers, conductors, earthing plates, danger signs, cables, lightening arrestors, high tension poles, arcing horn, and even transformers with ratings of 11,000 to 32,000 thousand Watts.

Having worked as a contractor for the Madhya Pradesh Electricity Board for the last three decades, Ramesh has developed an unusual love for electricity. He also desires an electric cremation after his death, instead of the traditional cremation followed by the Hindus. "I am a contractor in the electricity department and all these electrical equipments are part of my daily life. I have developed a special affection with them and have used them to decorate my house. The idea gave me identity and I am so much attached to these equipments that I want electrical cremation after my death," said Ramesh.

Initially, Ramesh's peculiar creative expression shocked his neighbours, but they gradually started liking his craze for electrical apparatus.

"Ramesh Agarwal is our neighbour for the last 10 years. One day we saw installation of these electrical equipments at his place. It was really an unusual sight initially but then we started liking it. It shows his creativity and his affection towards his profession," said Mahesh Kumar Gupta, a neighbour.

ANI

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