In Saur, people practice a unique tradition. Every time it doesn’t rain for a long period, the villagers gather together in the temple courtyard with the village musicians and they say, “hum baarish maangne ja rahe hai” (we are going to ask for rain). "It is believed that over the last six years, it has always rained on exactly the same day. And if, for some reason, it doesn’t rain, they remove the stone from the temple so that god also suffers in the scorching heat. The villagers ask god to suffer too. They have a unique and lovely relationship with the almighty, which is more friendly than god-fearing. Seen here is the completed Rain Wall mural.