Dasara is celebrated in many Tandas in India. Around the city of Gadag its like Yom Kippur in Israel. The ancient Law of Moses demand that the people of Israel cut a goat and use the blood as atonement for sins. Another goat is made a scapegoat. The sins of the people are placed on its head, and the goat chased into the wilderness. The Gor Banjara people in Karnataka do the work of the Law of Moses, but not knowing what they are doing. They cut the goat, strip the animal for all its blood, and present the blood before an idol-stick. Next: They ask “god” to forgive their sins. They make a huge party and eat the bloodless and roasted goat. Just like Moses commanded the people of Israel to do in the book of Exodus in the Bible. Just open and read.