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Nagamandala

Nagamandala

Nagamandala, Nagamandala art and craft, Nagamandala art of Karnataka, Nagamandala Arts & Crafts In KarnatakaThe People of Dakshina Kannada perform an elaborate ritual called Nagamandala to appease the serpent spirit. It is conducted in an extravagant manner throughout the night, wherein dancers known as the Vaidyas dress themselves as nagakannikas and dance the night away. The Vaidyas cavort around a detailed serpent design drawn with natural colours on the sacred ground, in a pandal particularly erected in front of the shrine.

This nocturnal Ritual is performed From December to April.

 

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