KATHMANDU Nepal – Residents in Nepal’s capital Saturday worshiped dogs byoffering garlands and food as the country celebrated the Festival of Dogs.
The dog festival falls on the second day of the five-day-long Hindu festivalof Diwali, which is Nepal’s second-largest festival.
The day is dedicated to cherish the relationship between humans and dogs.
People garlanded dogs with flowers and put vermillion on their foreheads as amark of respect and love for the canine.
Cows and crows are also worshiped during this festival, which symbolizes aspiritual connection between humans and animals.
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