Like Gaijatra, Indrajatra signals a week of religious and cultural festivities in Kathmandu. There are several foci of interest. In the morning when this festival begins, members of families in which a death has occurred within the past year go around the town limits, burning incense and placing oil lamps along the route. The next morning a tall wooden throne, representing the throne of god Indra, the King of Gods, is raised in front of the Hanuman Dhoka Palace (The Kathmandu Durbar Square). Wooden statues of God Indra and large wooden masks of Bhairav get on display in the old bazaar, at Indra Chowk, in Basantapur.
Several religious dances including the Devinach (Dance of goddess), Majipat Lakhe (Lakhe masked dance), Bhairav and Bhakku, and Mahakali Nach (also mask dances) gets performed back to life. The week also witnesses chariots drawn of Ganesh, Bhairav, and the Living Goddess Kumari through Kathmandu. The head of state comes to pay homage to Kumari just before the start of the chariot-pulling get initiated.
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Several religious dances including the Devinach (Dance of goddess), Majipat Lakhe (Lakhe masked dance), Bhairav and Bhakku, and Mahakali Nach (also mask dances) gets performed back to life”