A farmer named Ramanjaneyulu from Gurrabbadu village planted rice seedlings in his field. As a precaution to prevent the worm from getting into the putra, he sprayed the thymmet solution and filled it with water. Two days later I went to the farm and saw some snakes dead in the paddy field floating in the water.
The vigilant Ramanjaneyas drew water from the pond, suspecting that there were still snakes. After all, Sean looked inside and the fuses blew in his head. There are tens of dead snakes as well as a few other surviving snakes. Realizing where they would be bitten if they stepped on the farm, he gently pulled them out one by one with the help of a stick and even killed the survivors.
Farmer Ramanjaneyulu said that it is natural to have snakes in the fields, but this is the first time in his life that he has seen more than a hundred snakes in one place. He was worried that the snakes might have come and gone before Narumadi Veyaka or from an adjacent bend but if he had not spotted them in advance on the farm, he and his laborers would have been bitten by the snake. However, the Ramanjaneyas sighed that agriculture could not be abandoned as there were snakes.