When Mother Nature takes over, all you can say is watch out and get out of the way.  The following is a video of an entire intact home being swept into a river in southern India.

The area in which these severe rainstorms have hit does experience heavy rains like this yearly.  This area of India has a population of over 33 million people, an area they would call a quiet little Village.

CNN reported that experts believe this current bout of heavy rainfall “was caused by a low-pressure area over the southeastern Arabian Sea, India’s Meteorological Department said”.

Now that you know a few facts let’s get to the video.  This are no reports that anyone died due to this home slipping into the River.


Probably not a great place to build a home.

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