Veerabhadra Pallem – holding of a huge plate carried from palms to elbows bearing Camphor Fire. Dhwaja Sthambha – holding a long consecrated pole marked with Vibhuthi (sacred ash) Narasam – dancing with spears and tridents pierced into the ankles hand and tongue of the performers.

Veerabhadra Pallem is a traditional ritual associated with the worship of Lord Veerabhadra, a fierce and powerful form of Lord Shiva. It involves the holding of a huge plate, typically made of metal, that is carried from the palms to the elbows by devotees. The plate is often decorated and bears a burning camphor fire as an offering to Lord Veerabhadra.

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