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Naga Panchami 2023

Naga Panchami falls on 21st , August 2023

Naga Panchami is a important festival in the Hindu tradition in which the people worship Naga devathas (Snake dieties). Naga panchami falls on the fifth thithi - Panchami in the Shukla Paksha in the Sawan month in lunar calendar or the Avani month of the solar calendar.
Naga panchami festival carries great significance in Hindu culture. It revolves around the worship of snakes, known as Nagas, as divine beings worthy of admiration. On this day, people pay their respects to these serpentine gods, seeking their blessings for various aspects of life, including protection, prosperity, and harmony.

How to worship ?

Naga Panchami is a dedicated day to honor Naga Devatha, the deity associated with serpents. Snakes have held a unique place in Hindu mythology and culture, representing both reverence and fear. In India, where snakes have a noticeable presence due to their connection with agriculture and the environment, this festival aims to encourage peaceful coexistence between humans and these creatures.
On Naga Panchami, special rituals are conducted, involving offerings of milk, flowers, and incense to snake idols or images. People can visit the nearest temples with statues of snake and worship by offering the pooja items for anointing and archanai.

The Significance of the Worship

The practice of worshipping Naga Devatha on Naga Panchami holds deep symbolism and importance in pleasing the lord and seeking their blessings.

Benefits of worshipping on Naga Panchami day

  • Naga devathas are regarded as protectors of Earth's treasures. By showing respect, people seek blessings to shield their families, homes, and possessions from harm.
  • Ayurveda, the traditional Indian system of medicine, attributes potent healing qualities to snakes. By paying homage to Naga devathas individuals believe they can receive protection from snakebites and seek remedies for various ailments.
  • Hindu mythology tells tales of snakes being cursed due to their past actions. By honoring them on Naga Panchami, it is believed that individuals can accumulate positive karma and aid these beings on their path to redemption.
  • The snake's ability to shed its skin symbolizes renewal and transformation. On this day, devotees also aspire for personal growth, shedding negative traits to emerge as improved individuals.

Lets us worship the Naga devathas and seek ther blessings on the day of naga panchami.
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