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5 bizarre rituals of India

  • Mrinalini Singh
  • September 29, 2017
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Here we have compiled a list of Bizarre Traditions in India which are performed here for many years to fulfilling wishes and Rain. Most of Indian Believe in Supernatural activities of God who fulfil people wishes when they make God Happy by Performing Tradition.

  • 10 Bachelor Boys are beaten by women: There is a Tradition in Jodhpur of Rajasthan State where Bachelor Boys are beaten by Women. In this Tradition, women come out of their home Wearing colourful clothes and a stick. Women find Bachelor boys and began to Beat. Guys silently bear the Sticks. The Reason behind this tradition is to a marriage of Bachelor Guys. One who got beaten by Sticks became married in one Year. This Tradition longs from many Years.
  • Offering gourd for children good health: There is another tradition in Shatan Devi Temple of Chattisgarh. Normally in Hindu Tradition, Flowers or coconut is Offered to God But in shatan Devi temple Gourd is offered by Peoples. The Reason behind Offering Gourd is prayed for the Good health of their children. This Temple is also known as Children temple.
  • Donate Shiv Lings on the relatives death: This tradition belongs to Jangamwadi Math situated in Varanasi of Uttar Pradesh State. This is the oldest Monastery in India. Here is Tradition of Setting shivling on from many years. Normally in Hindu Tradition People follow “Pinddan” ritual in India but Here Shivling on Donation is followed by Locals. Here you can see Millions of Shivlings in this Monastery. People here donate shivling on for Peace of their Relatives soul.
  • Wives live as a widow for husband safety: If you See Indian Traditions you will find something different every time. Here I want to share another tradition of Gachhvah community of Uttar Pradesh State. The women of this villages live as a widow for husband Safety. The Community of this Peoples main earning source is to remove Toddy from Palm Tree. For the safety of their husband the Gacchvah women don’t make up and don’t put Vermilion on their Head. In Hindu tradition, it is a mark of married women whose husband is alive. Women of this community pray from Tarkulha Devi for their husband’s Safety.
  • Burying child up to neck: In a strange ritual, people of Mominpur in Gulbarga Where Parents bury their kid’s neck-deep in mud as they believe mud is too holy and it will cure their Child of their mental and physical disabilities.This ritual can lapse from an hour to 6 hours.Parents believe that Solar eclipse under the sun will remove disabilities from their child.


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