Rajashir Patil, an Indian grandmother from her deceased son "Doctors have asked Pramsham to save his semen before starting chemotherapy and radiation," she said.

Rajashir Patil, an Indian grandmother from her deceased son

Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The Indian teacher Rajashir Patil, 49, said that getting two children is the best way to feel near her son, who traveled to Germany to get a master's degree after studying engineering at India's Singhad College in 2010. He died two years ago after a cancer fight.

The method was to use an alternative mother 35 years old to carry twins from a sperm sample stored for her son who had not married before his death.

The son of Rajashir, a son of Rajashir, died of a stroke in 2013 after three years of treatment, but his semen was kept until an alternative mother was used to have a son and a daughter after his death.

"Doctors have asked Pramsham to save his semen before starting chemotherapy and radiation," she said.

The mother did not realize that this was the way her son would return to her again after his death.

The twins were born on February 12, 2018, and the grandmother named the boy the name of her son in Pramsham, while the girl was named Brisha, an Indian word meaning "gift of God".

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