Deepti Regmi, from Nepal, believes that her strange talent comes from God
New footage shows her identifying different colours by raising them to her nose
The clip even shows her deciphering what colours are used in a newspaper
Local reports state Deepti developed her bizarre ability at some point last year
To my surprise, despite her young age she feels the responsibility towards the society
and wants to help visually impaired people with her skills.’
Deepti’s parents, who are both teachers, are reportedly thrilled by how intelligent their daughter is.
Puskar said: ‘She’s excellent in her studies too. Both of her parents are very happy with the rare talent their daughter has.’
Similar strange cases…
MailOnline reported on a 29-year-old sufferer last month, who tastes different foods every time he hears certain words.
Dave Evans, from Willesden Green in London, tastes cornflakes whenever someone says ‘east’ and crunchy pork crackling
when he hears ‘bristle’.
His case followed that of Kathryn Jackson, 22, from Nottingham, who can taste carrots every time she hears the name Rory,
SYNAESTHESIA: THE FACTS
Synaesthesia is a condition that causes people to experience different senses at the same time.
For example, the most common type of synaesthesia, colour-graphemic, causes those with the condition to associate words
and numbers with colours.
Across the world, one in every 5,000 people have synaesthesia, according to Boston University.
Local reports state she developed her bizarre ability last year, and since then has been training her brain to
sharpen her sense of smell
New footage taken of the youngster shows her identifying several different colours by raising them to her nose
and sniffing them
Deepti Regmi, from Nepal, believes her strange talent comes from God (pictured with her unnamed mother)
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