An Indian snake charmer plays 'Been', a traditional folk music instrument as he displays his snakes on the eve of Nagpanchami festival in Bhopal.
epa03314556 An Indian snake charmer plays 'Been', a traditional folk music instrument as he displays his snakes on the eve of Nagpanchami festival in Bhopal, India, 22 July 2012. Nagpanchami is a traditional festival which is celebrated on the fifth day of the moonlit-fortnight in the holy month of 'Shravan' which falls in the months of July and August. People worship snakes and offer them milk during this festival. EPA/SANJEEV GUPTA
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