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Home / It's Viral / Woman dressed in sari catches snake with bare hands. Video is viral

Woman dressed in sari catches snake with bare hands. Video is viral

The woman has been identified as Nirzara Chitti, a Karnataka-based snake catcher and rescuer.

it-s-viral Updated: Sep 16, 2020 19:18 IST
Amrita Kohli
Amrita Kohli
Hindustan Times, New Delhi
Nirzara Chitti was on her way to a wedding when she received a call about a snake in a house and rushed to help.
Nirzara Chitti was on her way to a wedding when she received a call about a snake in a house and rushed to help. (YouTube/GURUKUL EduTech)

A video of a woman rescuing an angry snake from a home has left people on Twitter thoroughly impressed. The clip, though circulating on the Internet for a while, has once again caught the attention of people after a Twitter user shared it on her handle.

The video features Nirzara Chitti, a Karnataka-based snake catcher and rescuer. Chitti was on her way to a wedding when she received a call about a snake in a house and rushed to help. In the clip, Chitti, dressed in a sari, can be seen luring the snake out of its hide-out with a stick, then catching it with her bare hands.

She even mentions in the video that it was tough for her to catch the snake in her sari but still managed somehow. “Lekin, mujhe sari ki wajah se handle karne ko nahi ho raha hai,” she says in the clip.

Twitter user Dr Ajayita shared the clip on September 12. “Virat Bhagini, a snake catcher, was dressed to attend a wedding when she was called to catch a snake in a home. She did it without any special equipment with perfect poise in a saree,” she wrote in her tweet. She later clarified in another tweet, “A friend just informed me that her name is Nirzara Chitti”.

Watch the video below:

Since being shared, the video has collected over 9,300 likes and more than 2,200 retweets. Several people have posted comments on the tweet.

You can watch the longer version of the video below:

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