Information about Naag Panchmi Puja & Homam
Naag Panchmi is commended on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksh of the Shravan month the whole way across India. In 2021, it is on Friday, thirteenth of August. On this day, Snakes are revered and offered milk. In Hindu religion, Snakes are held at high regard and their petition in Shravan Month is viewed as extremely promising since snakes are exceptionally dear to Lord Shiva who puts them around his neck as trimmings.
As indicated by Hindu Mythology, Rishi Kashyap who was child of Lord Brahma has 4 spouses and one of them brought forth Devatas (Gods), another brought forth Danavas (Demons), another brought forth Garudas and the fourth one to Nagas (Snakes). This is additionally one reason that Snakes are revered in Hindu Religion and they are known as Naga Devatas. The main Naga is known as Shesh Naga who have a 1000 heads and he shapes a resting bed for Lord Vishnu. Other notable Nagas are Anant, Vasuki, Padmanabha, Shankhpal, Takshak and Kaaliya.
Ceremonies saw upon the arrival of Naag Panchami :
Snakes are adored with extraordinary dedication and are offered supplications on Naga Panchami. A day long quick is seen in practically all areas in India. Enthusiasts convey milk and turmeric powder to the sanctuary as contributions for the icon. It is accepted that doing so guarantees independence from peril of Snake Bites. In the event that a snake drinks milk, at that point it is considered to bring favorable luck. In Bengal, Manasa (The Queen of Snakes) is loved, by and large by ladies. Crude milk and Green Bananas are offered by the lovers. On this day, some snake charmers convey snakes in earthen pots just to deliver them in different sanctuaries where they are loved. The merriments for Naag Panchami proceed for the duration of the day, with fairs, music and dance, sorcery shows and gymnastic accomplishments to engage individuals
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