Notwithstanding the undeniable dangers, these men won't be put off from practicing their confidence and bulking up their good fortune. They volunteered to be trampled upon by cows in the conviction it brings good fortunes. The villagers are seen resting in the city of Ujjain, in Madhya, focal India, to stamp Ekadeshi, a propitious day after the Hindu celebration of Diwali.
The coordinators assert nobody has ever been slaughtered in the hundreds of years old convention, the individuals who are harmed trust they'll have good fortunes as the injuries mend.
The cows, a creature considered hallowed in Hinduism, are enlivened in henna and bright flower crowns before they are let free to storm through the city.
The cows stamp on the men's backs as they gone through the thin lanes while observers usher the creatures towards the men, ensuring that each one is ventured on.
The conviction is that the dairy animals can eradicate any issues and brings thriving into their lives.
One general member, Manoj Kumar, 27, said he is very much aware of the risks yet is enticed by the possibilities of enhanced fortunes.
He said: 'I know it can be lethal yet bovine is our mom and she would not murder anybody so there is no risk by any means. In some cases when the mother is furious she rebuffs us for our missteps. 'The vast majority of us are despondent with a concept that boggles any weak minded person in our life. We all have issues whether at home or work. In any case, we accept on the off chance that we permit us to get pounded by dairy animals, the god-like will welcome our penance and torment and comprehend every one of our issues and favor us with bliss.'