(Last Updated on : 27-07-2009)
Dharmaraya Habba is an annual festival in honour of the five Pandava princes. Yudhishthira
, the eldest of the Pandavas
is also called Dharmaraya. Dharmaraya Habba festival is a very popular one amongst the Sudras though Brahmans take no part in it. The Pujari or priest, who officiates the Dharmaraya Habba festival, is a Sudra.
In the morning of the Dharmaraya Habba festival, ablutions are performed in tanks. During the day buffaloes and sheep are sacrificed and in the evening a car is drawn through the principal streets.
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