Every year, on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha during the lunar month of Shravan, Nag Panchami is observed. Typically, this day falls two days after Hariyali Teej. On this day, followers worship Nag Devta in hopes of their family’s safety. It is also among the most fortunate Hindu festivals. This celebration is also known as Nag Chaturthi and Nagula Chavithi.
Nag Panchami is a traditional worship of serpent gods observed by Hindus throughout India. Some days in the Hindu calendar are considered auspicious for worshipping serpent Gods, and Panchami Tithi, especially during Shravan month, is considered extremely auspicious for serpent God worship. Nag Panchami is one of those significant days and it is observed on Shukla Paksha Panchami during the Shravan month.
There are various people who don’t know about what to do and what not to do on Nag Panchami, so Nakshatrika has the top astrologers in India, who will tell you what is best for you. Nakshatrika also provides the service of online darshan and online puja. Some people want to do darshan but they are unable to go to the temples, so Nakshatrika will provide special online darshan and if you want to go to temples like Kedarnath or any Shiva temple on this Nag Panchami, then Nakshatrika will also provide advance booking for their clients.
Some people fast one day before Nag Panchami, and the fasting day before Nag Panchami is known as Nag Chaturthi or Nagula Chavithi.
Nag Panchami date and Puja timing
On August 2, 2022, Nag Panchami will be observed this year. The tithi will begin on August 2 at 5:13 and end on August 3 at 5:41. The time for prayer at Nag Panchami is from 05:43 to 08:25 on August 2. Nakshatrika top online astrologers will also advise you the mantra and upay to recite on this nag panchmi.
Legend behind Nag Panchami
This festival is mentioned in a number of stories. The ball is said to have fallen in as Lord Krishna was playing near the Yamuna river. Krishna came into contact with Kaliya Nag as he entered the sea. Following Lord Krishna’s victory over Kaliya Nag, the serpent and his wife begged for Krishna’s life when they realised he was no ordinary child. After he pledged to stop bothering the Gokul inhabitants, Krishna spared his life. To commemorate Krishna’s triumph over Kaliya Nag, Nag Panchami is observed.
Significance of Nag Panchami – 2022
In an effort to please Lord Shiva, who wears a cobra around his neck, people worship snakes. On Nag Panchami Day, devotees worship real cobras and offer them milk and other items. Devotees refrain from digging in the ground on this day as well.
Hindu scriptures claim that Patal Loka is ruled and inhabited by the Nagas. There are twelve renowned Nagas in total. Goddess Mansa is Vasuki’s sister and the mother of all Nagas. So, if you want online darshan and pooja, or if you want to know what is best for you, Nakshatrika is the place to go.