Shrine for toothache attracts believers in Pakistan
In the Pakistani city of Peshawar many locals believe that the solution to their toothache can be found at a shrine.
They are convinced that they can be healed by hammering nails in tree trunks at the shrine of the Muslim sage Syed Amir Gazi Baba - also known as Tooth Baba.
That is despite doctors dismissing his reputed miracles.
Video produced by BBC Urdu's Riffatullah Orakzai.
25 Nov 2011
- From the section Asia