This is festival is celebrated in the renowned Sree Subramanya Swamy temple in Haripad which is home to the snake god, the famous Nagaraja. The temple has about 30,000 images of snake gods. This festival is celebrated in the month of September or October to worship and please the god of snakes.
In India, the snake is a sign of virality and change. Hence, snakes are considered a good omen by many Indian communities. The idols in the temple are taken out for religious processions during this festival and the devotees in the town offer rice flour mixed with milk, and a red drink made of turmeric and lime.
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