Pushkara Snan is a Hindu religious ritual of taking a holy bath in a sacred river or other body of water. The following are some general do’s and don’ts for those participating in the Pushkara Snan ritual:
- Follow the instructions and guidelines provided by the priests or other religious leaders at the site of the Pushkara Snan.
- Perform the ritual with a sincere and devout mind, and with respect for the sacredness of the river and the ritual.
- Offer prayers and rituals as prescribed by tradition and customs.
- Wear clean and appropriate clothing while participating in the Pushkara Snan.
- Be mindful of the safety and well-being of yourself and others while participating in the ritual.
- Do not engage in inappropriate or disrespectful behavior while participating in the Pushkara Snan, such as shouting, arguing, or causing disturbances.
- Do not litter or pollute the river or its surroundings.
- Do not disturb or interfere with the religious activities of others.
- Do not consume alcohol or other intoxicants before or during the Pushkara Snan.
- Do not swim or engage in any activities that may be dangerous or harmful to yourself or others.