It's an incredible notice written by ExpressIndia.com:
A poisonous white cobra bit a prist of Nag Devta from a local "nag" temple ( Barhabaghar near Hansdadih in Dumka district).
The poor unfortunate... snake vomited the blood and died after it.
The man, 35, was transported in the hospital, but felt good and did not lose the consciousnes.
They say, similar case could happen it the person is addicted to drugs. But all the people of the village say, the priest is not so.
Hindu believe that a person will not survive if the snake dies or is killed after it bites a person. But the priest survived. It's the Lord Shiva that saved him, say all the villagers.
According to estimates cited by the World Health Organization, serpent attacks kill as many as 50,000 Indians each year.These quaters I found in "Super Hindus"
Samir Chatterjee, a school headmaster here, says that according to his census, more than 3,000 cobras live just in Choto Pashla, one of the three hamlets that abut Mushari. “Whenever I lie down in my bed, a cobra will just slide on top of me, without hurting me,” boasts Narottom Sain, a Mushari village leader.
“We sleep with the snakes, we eat with the snakes, we live with the snakes here,” shouted 14-year-old Chinmoy Mahji proudly. “We are not scared.”
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