Bussa Krishna, 33, kisses a statue of US President Donald Trump after offering prayers at his homemade shrine to the world leader. Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
Bussa Krishna, 33, kisses a statue of US President Donald Trump after offering prayers at his homemade shrine to the world leader. image credits: Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.

Bussa Krishna, one of the best fans of Donald Trump is ready to welcome Trump on his first visit to India. Krishna worships Trump, which he has built a six foot statue.

Krishna told to the Asian News International which is an Indian News Agency that he took almost a month and 15 workmen to finish off this statue. He says that the reason for him to build the statue is because he considers Trump as his god.

Like in depictions of Hindu god Trump has pink skin in the statue with red sindoor powder on the forehead. He’s wearing a blue kit with a red tie, with a thumbs up while one hand is raised.

Bussa Krishna, prays to his statue of US President Donald Trump. Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
Krishna prays to his statue of Donald Trump. iimage by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.

Krishna is says that he’s worried about his family’s opinions on him worshipping Trump. He have said them just like his family worshipping God Shiva he worships Donald Trump.

Bussa Krishna with his statue of US President Donald Trump. Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
Krishna doing rituals with his statue. image credits: Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.

The sculpture is part of a small but growing movement of strange Outsider art celebrating the president. Before the 2016 election, artist Scott LoBaido erected a massive “T” monument in Trump’s name on Staten Island. In a Slovenian village, a curious wooden statue of what seemed to be Trump in the style of the Statue of Liberty appeared.

Those who dislike the outspoken president set fire to both of them. (LoBaido designed a second, larger version quickly.) Melania Trump, on the other hand, has her own chainsaw sculpture in Slovenia, where she was born.

On February 24, Trump will arrive in India for a two-day visit, and Krishna is optimistic that he will have the opportunity to meet his hero.

Bussa Krishna, prays to his statue of US President Donald Trump. Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
image credits: Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
Bussa Krishna, prays to his statue of US President Donald Trump. Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
image credits: Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
Bussa Krishna with his statue of US President Donald Trump. Photo by Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
image credits: Noah Seelam/AFP/Getty Images.
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