Medaram Sammakka Sarakka Jatara Telangana State Indian Kumbha MelaTribal priests - Kaka Sammaiah, Venkateswarlu, Bhujanga Rao, Kanakamma and Laxmi Bhai - carries the same surname were praying at the small temple of Saralamma in Kannepalli hours as the district officials waiting for them the divinity in Medaram village invite.
Medaram Sammakka Sarakka Jatara Telangana State Indian Kumbha Mela Hundreds of thousands of people every inch of the tribe hamlets filled. They vied to touch the tribal priests who brought the Saralamma Idol. However, the strong police party gave them sufficient protection of the pilgrims, the pliers are taken.
Medaram Sammakka Sarakka Jatara Telangana State Indian Kumbha MelaMany others stood under running taps and after their clothes were wet, they slept on the way to Medaram leading the tribal priests ask to go over it, while some other chicken tossed into the air and cut them with knives as an offering to the deity en route. The blood of the animal sacrifice was raining on those who accompany the tribal priests.
Medaram Sammakka Sarakka Jatara Telangana State Indian Kumbha Mela
Thousands of believers the way towards the altar winds began the prayers said aloud hear the arrival Saralamma. Those who started forward sluggish Tip push each other to reach the altar at once.
Police monitoring the queue lines ruled over them and kept them from rushing towards the altar.
Men and women dressed in their best and many wrapped in turmeric turned on for the jatara. For indigenous youth and also for non-tribals, it was a no-hold-barred celebration