Naag Panchami 13 Aug. 2021images
Naag Panchami 13 Aug. 2021images

Naag Panchami is a traditional Hindu festival to worship snakes or snakes. According to the traditional Hindu calendar, Panchami Tithi (fifth day) and Shukla Paksha (when the moon rises) during the month of Shravan are considered to be very auspicious to worship Naag Devta (king of the snake). Usually Naag Panchami Day is two days after Hariyali Teej.

According to the Gregorian calendar, Naag Panchami falls in July or August. On this day, women worship Naag Devta and provide milk to snakes. Women also pray for the happiness of their brothers and relatives.

In 2022, Naag Panchami is on 2th of August

Naag Panchami Puja muhurat

Naag Panchami Puja Muhurat is from 05:49 in the morning to 08:28 in the morning. (Duration: 02 hours and 39 minutes)

Importance Of Naag Panchami

On this day, believers fast and worship snakes visiting the anthills and trees where snakes can be found. The most important feature of this festival is that the women offer milk to the snakes to bless and ward off evil spirits.

Naag Panchami Date

This year, Naag Panchami will be observed on Tuesday, 2nd August 2022. However, in Gujarat, Naag Panchami fell in the month of Krishna Paksha Panchami in Shravana. It is usually observed three days before the Krishna Janmashtami celebration.

Naag Panchami Stories

There are many stories related to Naag Panchami. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Krishna and his friends played on the banks of the Yamuna River. Suddenly the ball fell into the water. The Lord entered the river and Kalia (serpent) attacked him. Krsna seized the tail of the serpent, dragged it to the surface of the river and defeated it. At that time, Kalia realized that Krishna was not an ordinary child, but an incarnation of King Vishna. He asked for forgiveness and promised not to torture anyone again. Therefore, this festival also marks the victory of justice over evil.

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