A combination of photos shows a villager trying to control a bull during a bull-taming festival in Tamil Nadu on Friday. Reuters
Meanwhile, around dozens of young men were injured on the first day of a traditional bull-taming festival in Alanganallur town in Tamil Nadu's Madurai district that activists say is dangerous for both humans and animals.
The sport is extremely popular in rural pockets of Tamil Nadu where every year hundreds of young men try to hold the hump of the beasts and run, as spectators cheer raucously at events held across the state.
On the opening day of the festival on Thursday, more than 20 men were injured in the city of Madurai as over 600 men wrestled with as many bulls, officials told local media.
A female spectator was also injured when a bull hit her near the exit to a venue, the Press Trust of India reported.
Images showed men in colourful jerseys trying to grab the bulls who swayed their long horns and gnarled in fury.
In past years, competitors have been gored to death.
India's Supreme Court had outlawed the sport in 2014 after a plea by animal rights groups.
However, the sport was reinstated in 2017 after days of massive protests following which the Tamil Nadu government stepped in and declared bull-taming was a part of the state's culture and identity.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), which has been campaigning for an end to the "abusive" practice, says its past investigations had revealed the bulls were treated with utmost cruelty.
"Their tails were bitten, twisted, and yanked to force them to run towards the menacing crowd," it said in a report last year.
"Panicked bulls fled onto village streets, injuring onlookers and even goring some to death."
Thousands of runners, dressed head to toe in white, with bright-red neckerchiefs, gather every year for the traditional morning run, after which the animals are kept in the Bullring until the afternoon's fights.
Among those who were hospitalised this year after being injured by a bull's horns was an American who was wounded in the neck while taking a selfie.
At least seven runners were hurt, with one gored in the arm, on the fifth day of the week-long San Fermin bull-running festival in the northern Spanish city of Pamplona, according to the Red Cross on Thursday.
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Police patrols and ambulances rushed to the scene to handle the situation, and thankfully, the wide-scale accident resulted in the minor injury of two individuals only, while all other passengers and drivers remained safe from the crash.