Article of the Day: Snake Charming

Article of the Day:
Snake Charming

Most common in South Asia and North Africa, snake charming is the practice of “charming” snakes through music and rhythmic body movements. Street performers set up in front of audiences and use different methods to draw out their snakes—often venomous varieties such as cobras—which sometimes appear to move along with the music. A typical performance may also include handling the snakes or performing other seemingly dangerous acts. Why is snake charming becoming increasingly rare in India? More…:


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