" . . . The spectacle took place in front of an old Hindu temple. Before the temple a pit fifteen feet long and five feet wide had been prepared and filled with burning coals. The people in charge of building the pit continuously doused themselves with water to keep cool enough to work close to the fire.
/ . . . the fire walkers prepared themselves with a ceremonial bath in the sea about a mile from the temple.
/ . . . the high priest, in striking headdress, stepped into the pit.
/ . . . Slowly and sedately he walked across the live coals, revealing not the slightest sign of pain. Behind him followed fifteen or twenty of the more faithful natives of Tamil.
/ . . . A number of the walkers returned for a second and even third crossing. In the final part of the annual ritual the high priest performed his customary 'faint' and was carried to the temple. The ceremony was over . . . "
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