Fearlesssss | Nagpanchami festival sees locals dance with snakes in India

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In Bihar, India, hundreds of locals have taken part in the annual Nagpanchami celebrations, which involves up-close ritual snake worship. The locals claim venom from poisonous snakes can be removed by chanting a tantra mantra. After being paraded, the snakes are released back into the forest.

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