Nagin (India)

Nagin (India)

Nagins are serpent spirits or shape-shifters found in the folklore of India. They are often depicted as women with serpent tails. Nagins are believed to inhabit water bodies, such as rivers and lakes, and they are known for their vengeful nature, particularly when their serpent kin are harmed. Stories of Nagins often revolve around love and betrayal and serve as cautionary tales about respecting nature and its creatures.

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