Bainmadu is an idol of India, worshipped in a pagoda on the banks of the Ganges. It is held in so great veneration that as soon as the pagoda is opened the Indian priests, or Brahmins, fall flat on their faces, and some, with large fans, keep away the flies from the object of their devotion.

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