In India, Snake Charming is a very common activity wherein the snake charmer i.e. the individual attempts to make the snake move as it watches the movement of the flute. Although, snakes do not have external ears to listen to sounds but they possess the ability to sense vibrations and low-frequency sounds.
Snakes are also a part of worshipping in many parts of India. The festival of Nag Panchami is widely celebrated in which the worshipper performs rituals and worships the images of or live Nagas (cobras) every year. In addition to this, most images and representations of Lord Shiva portray a snake around his neck. The Puranas and various other holy scriptures contain umpteen tales and stories associated with the snakes and Lord Shiva.
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