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Tigers of Udupi

During Krishna Janmashtami, every street in the temple town of Udupi resonates with the beats of the veshadharis (masqueraders) performing the Hulivesha (Tiger Dance).
The Manipal Journal explores the folk tradition that has slowly evolved into being an important part of festival celebrations in Udupi.

Video by Pritukirti Pratyush, Shivang Singh, Nihal Sajid, Devansh Fomra and Aditya Katakol

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