22 injured during traditional 'hingot yuddha' in Indore

29 Oct 2019 09:09 AM

22 injured during traditional 'hingot yuddha' in Indore

Updated 29 Oct 2019 09:09 AM

Around 22 people have been injured this time in the Hingot War, a dangerously risky game played in the name of tradition. In this game, home made landmass hingot is burnt and thrown on top of each other. In the name of tradition, this bloody game is played for many years, no one knows. 
Burning one landmine cracker and throwing two teams on top of each other plays a win-win game. Both teams are enemies of each other's life to win. But surprisingly, the warriors of both teams do not know why they are fighting.

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