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At Karni Mata temple in Rajasthan rats are worshipped. Thousands of the rodents scurry across the temple’s checkerboard floors, getting tangled in each other’s tails and fighting for access to huge saucers of milk.
The rats are venerated as the holy descendants of Karni Mata, who was worshipped as an incarnation of the Hindu goddess Durga during the 15th century. Visitors to the temple are required to remove their shoes before walking inside. When shuffling among the droppings, spilled milk, and scrambling rodents, keep in mind that it is considered lucky for a rat to run across your foot.
The approximately 25,000 rats that live there are called “kabbas”, and many people travel great distances to pay their respects. The temple draws visitors from across the country for blessings.Continue reading