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Lines of the ritual

" Badhna Parav" is a major ritual of tribal community of state West Bengal , India. This is basically of the ritual of the farmers. During the end of the month October females of the family draw a specific pattern in front of their houses. This brings the blessing of Goddess Lakshmi and they also do the worship with bulls. Bulls are getting some rest and caring with a break from the farming land.

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Date Taken: 10.2019
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