Sarpa Kavu (meaning Abode of the Snake God) is a small traditional forest seen in Kerala state of South India. This untouched small forest usually have idols of Naga Devatas and Naga Devas (snake gods) and people would worship them. This was part of Nagaaradhana (snake worship) which was prevalent among keralites during past centuries.
I shot this just for fun & learn not for commercial use
Shot with Canon 7D, Kit lens 18-135
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