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Girls Paraded Naked During Ritual For Rain In Drought-Hit Madhya Pradesh Village – Unblendednews

Girls Paraded Naked During Ritual For Rain In Drought-Hit Madhya Pradesh Village

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Girls Paraded Naked During Ritual For Rain In Drought-Hit Madhya Pradesh Village

The Madhya Pradesh Police are investigating the incident. (Representational)

Highlights

  • At least six girls were paraded naked in a village in Madhya Pradesh
  • They were part of a ritual which villagers believe will please rain gods
  • The incident happened at Baniya village, about 50 km from Damoh

Damoh:

At least six girls were paraded naked in a village in Madhya Pradesh’s Damoh district by locals as part of a ritual which villagers believe will please the rain gods and bring relief from the drought-like situation, officials said today.

The National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) has sought a report from the Damoh district administration on the incident which happened on Sunday at Baniya village, about 50 km from the Damoh district headquarters, in the Bundelkhand region.

A district official said a response will be submitted to the NCPCR.

Damoh superintendent of police DR Teniwar said the police received the information that some young girls were paraded naked to appease the God of rains as part of a local practice and prevailing social evils.

“Police are investigating this incident. Action will be taken if it is found that girls were forced to go naked,” he said, adding villagers believe that this practice may result in rain.

According to religious beliefs, young girls are made to walk naked with a wooden shaft rested on their shoulders with a frog tied to it. Women accompanying these girls sing bhajans to praise the rain god, he said.

Damoh collector S Krishna Chaitanya said the local administration will submit a report in this regard to the NCPCR.

He said the parents of these girls are also involved in this incident and they will be made aware of such superstitious practices.

The district collector said none of the villagers have complained about this “ritual”.

“In such cases, the administration can only make the villagers aware about the futility of such superstition and make them understand that such practices don’t yield desired results,” he said.

Meanwhile, two videos of the incident have surfaced.

In one of the video clips, the girls (around five-years-old) without clothes are seen walking side-by-side with a wooden shaft resting on their shoulders with a frog tied to it. A group of women singing bhajans follows the procession.

In another video, some women can be heard saying that this ritual was being performed as the paddy crop is drying in the absence of rains.

“We believe that this will bring in rains,” they can be heard telling the person who recorded the incident.

The women said they will collect raw food grain from villagers during this procession and then cook food for ‘bhandara’ (group feast) at a local temple.

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV staff and is published from a syndicated feed.)

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