Superstition still prevalent in India | Ghanti Bajao Full

09 Nov 2018 08:12 AM

Superstition still prevalent in India | Ghanti Bajao Full

Updated 09 Nov 2018 08:12 AM

In a bizarre Diwali celebration in Gujarat’s Panchmahal, people sprayed each other with blazes of firecrackers. A video of the unique but precarious tradition is gong viral. In the video people can be seen aiming at each other with burning  firecrackers and showering the target with flames.
It is said to be an age-old tradition of Vejalpur village in Panchmahal which is still being followed, where people hurl burning firecrackers at one another. The video has elicited surprised reactions from people.

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