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Hundreds of people danced and paraded with snakes wrapped around their necks in Indian: they’re celebrating the panchami'>Nag Panchami festival.

Hundreds of people danced and paraded with snakes wrapped around their necks in Indian: they’re celebrating the panchami'>Nag Panchami festival.

Hundreds of people danced and paraded with snakes wrapped around their necks in Indian: they’re celebrating the panchami'>Nag Panchami festival.

Maharashtra govt says #Holi  should be celebrated in simple manner, observing social distancing norms & without coming together in any way given increasing spread of #COVID19 . Govt orders no big religious, cultural programmes should be organised on the day of Holi & panchami'>Rang Panchami.

ICYMI: Hindu devotees in India took a holy dip in River Ganges on 'Basant Panchami' or the spring festival

WATCH: Hindu devotees in India took a holy dip in River Ganges on 'Basant Panchami' or the spring festival

Hindu devotees in India took a holy dip in River Ganges on 'Basant Panchami' or the spring festival

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Jammu and Kashmir: Shital Nath temple in Habba Kadal area of Srinagar reopened after 31 years on the occasion of panchami'>Basant Panchami yesterday. "The temple was closed due to militancy and outmigration of Hindus. Today, we decided to offer puja here," a devote said.

#WATCH Delhi: Morning 'aarti' being performed at Jhandewalan Temple on the fifth day (Panchami) of #Navratri  today.

Uttarakhand: People took holy dip at Har Ki Pauri Ghat in Haridwar this morning, on Panchami' alt='BasantPanchami' /'>#BasantPanchami .

#VasantPanchami2021: Date, time, significance and history of #SaraswatiPuja  #saraswatipuja2021  #vasantpanchami 

I’ve heard that many aspects of Nepali culture are based on a bond & respect between humans & nature; Nag Panchami is an occasion to worship the snakes! Happy Nag Panchami, Nepali! ?

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Madhya Pradesh: Priests offer prayers at Nagchandreshwar Temple on the occasion of 'NaagPanchami'. The priest says, "The doors of this temple are opened once in a year. This year due to #COVID19 , devotees can do online darshan for 24 hours."

Bad karma & omens warded off! | Bizarre ‘Nag PanchamiHindu ritual carried out in the Indian city of Samastipur

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