Naga Sadhus are a sect of Hindu sage men who belong to the Shaivite and Vaishnavite tradition, which worships Lord Shiva & Lord Vidhnu as the supreme deity.
Naga Sadhus are usually identified by their distinctive appearance, which includes wearing only a loincloth, smearing their bodies with ash, and having long matted hair or dreadlocks. They also often carry tridents and other weapons that are associated with Lord Shiva.
One of the most famous events associated with Naga Sadhus is the Kumbh Mela, a major pilgrimage and festival that takes place every 12 years in different cities across India.
During this festival, millions of people gather to take a ritual bath in a sacred river, and Naga Sadhus play a central role in leading the rituals and processions.