Buddha boy-Ram Bahadur Bomjan reappears Ram Bahadur Bomjan, a teenage Nepali boy, who is believed to be the reincarnation of the Lord Buddha, has re-emerged in a remote southern jungle after disappearing more than one year. Thousands of his followers were assembled to see and listen his preach this week. After the long disappearance, he was seen in one remote place of Bara district this week. Local people say that he is meditating for the long time without food, water and sleep. Many of the boy's followers believe he is the reincarnation of Siddhartha Gautama, the spiritual teacher who founded the Buddhist religion 2,500 years ago. Buddhists strongly believe in reincarnation, the doctrine that every soul reappears after death in another bodily form. It hasn't verified he is either reincarnation of Buddha or not. But he has given a challenge to science as he is meditating for the long time without food, water and sleep.