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    Nauti village and Nanda Devi temple in Uttarakhand

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    People march off in Nauti village, in preparation for the Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra 2000. See the Shri Shri Yantra Siddhpeeth Nanda Devi Mandir / temple at Nauti village, Garhwali, Uttarakhand, India. People touch the feet of the head priest and the junior priests.

    Nauti village is where the Nautiyal Garhwalis come from! Viewer Alok Nautiyal tells us that "Nauti village is also known as the village of Sati Mata, the Nanda 'Devi'."

    A man possessed by the mountain spirits! Villagers and believers in a trance (maata aaya) during the Nanda Devi Raj Jat Yatra in 2000, near Nauti village, Uttarakhand, India.

    The older man clings on to his son, feeling drained and exhausted from the experience.

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