One more reason to pray Odisha news on the warding off of cyclones Although it might seem unbelievable, people actually take this very seriously and pray to cows to keep cyclones away. The people in Kendrapara district of Orissa have been observing this from many years as a tradition practiced in the PanaSankranti festival truly believing that this will help protect their village from cyclone attacks. The cows are worshipped for three days every year during this festival by the local Sadhus and sweet foods are offered to the cows during this time. This is believed to create conducive weather conditions in the village and to prevent cyclone attacks. For latest update news, e-paper and more information please visit us at http://odishasamaya.com/ Religion is a very important part of the Indian traditions and India is probably one of the few countries where the most amazing and rare forms of worship are seen. This is a country of religious diversity where people worship deities, animals, and even weather. It is really fascinating to see how the beliefs of people who pray so fervently often generate positive vibes and make the impossible happen. In Odisha news, a very unusual reason and form of prayer has come to light.