Ten people, including four women, were killed and 10 others injured in a stampede late Saturday at a temple in the northern Indian state of Bihar, said local media on Sunday. The stampede took place at a village in the Banka district of Bihar about 200 km from the state capital Patna when about 30,000 devotees gathered in the temple to sacrifice goats on the occasion of the Hindu festival "Navratri" dedicated to the goddess Durga. Four injured people were stated to be in critical condition and under treatment in hospital, said local media reports. The stampede occurred in the jam-packed temple campus after a portion of the sacrificed body of the goat fell on some devotees, creating a scare leading to a mad rush among the gathering, said the Press Trust of India.