People risk lives on the name of faith in MP's Mandsaur

09 Oct 2019 10:03 AM

People risk lives on the name of faith in MP's Mandsaur

Updated 09 Oct 2019 10:03 AM

Under the name of faith, superstition has taken place in form of a game in Mandsaur, Madhya Pradesh . In the Nalachha Mata temple complex, many people ran one by one in an order over a burning path. During this, some people stumbled but fortunately no accident happened. This tradition of devotees walking on the fire of burning embers has been going on for years and hundreds of people witness it, in the presence of the administration. 21 feet long 1.5 feet wide and about 1.5 feet deep, this fire path is ignited by wood and converted into coals through several canister ghee. 

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