Horse Podcast Ep 52: Horse Traditions of India

Equestrian Adventuresses Travel and Horse Podcast Ep 52 - Horse Traditions in India

Did you know that in India horses are considered divine? And that all horses descend from a winged horse with seven heads which emerged out of the ocean? All that is mythology of course, but even still, horses and horse traditions are crazy enough with the curly eared Marwaris and getting your horses blessed by the goddess! Today Ute will tell you about all this and how horses came to India in the first place! Be prepared for an amazing journey through time which includes a seven-headed horses, a monkey king and a buffalo demon!

Buffalo Demons & Seven-headed horses!

In today’s episode Ute talks about horsey traditions of her adopted country India such as the Ashwa Pooja and Indian horse mythology and the history of horses in India.

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  • Learn about the recent Navratri festival
  • What a buffalo demon and a monkey God have to do with it
  • Why Indians bless their horses during Navratri
  • Different Indian horse breeds

Thank you for tuning in and happy trails!

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