In the country where I live there is the city called Uman. The absolute majority of the people on Earth have never heard about it, but the city has significant importance for one of Hasidim branches (so called Braclav Hasids), because there is a grave of one of their main teachers. Every year several tens of thousands of Hasids come there to celebrate Rosh A-Shana. This pilgrims have overall a bad image among local citizens, because of their aggressive behavior, alcohol addiction, noise and mess. What image the Hasids have among the Jews, especially religious ones? How their teachings are viewed - as the more strict and pure form of Judaism or as one that is somewhat deviant?