Nag Panchami 2019: On the fifth day of the bright fortnight of the month of Shravan in India, there is a law of worshiping Nag. This festival is called Nag Panchami. This time Nag Panchami will be celebrated on Monday. Panchami date has been taken at 11.02 pm on August 4, which will remain on August 5 at 8.40 pm. According to astrologers, this time Nag Panchami will be celebrated on Monday and Siddha Yoga, which is very special. Such yoga can be seen after years.
पूजन विधान (Nag Panchami Pooja Vidhan)
According to the scriptures, Sawan Shukla Panchami should worship Nag by making a statue of Nag or sticking a photo. In this also, five-headed serpents are more important. According to the scriptures, there are 12 types of snakes. These include Anant, Vasuki, Shesha, Padma, Kambal, Karkotak, Higher, Dhritarashtra, Shankhpada, Kalia, Takshak and Pingal. All serpents should perform pancharacha or shedoshopacha.
Although every Panchami is worshiped in the Shukla Paksha of the twelve months of Hindi, the worship of Nagas on Nag Panchami duly makes all kinds of Nag Devas happy. On this day, the serpents should be fed or fed milk, lava, kheer etc. The connection of Nag Puja with the mythological significance is considered from the Mahabharata era.
Importance of nag Panchami
In Hinduism, the serpent is called the deity and it is worshiped. In the Hindu religion, the serpent is considered as the bedouin of God Shankar’s throat and the bedrock of Lord Hari Vishnu, the creator of creation. Apart from this the serpents also have deep connection with the lives of the people. There is heavy rainfall in the month of Savan, due to which the nag gets out of the ground and comes out. It is believed that if Naga Devta is given milk and worshiped, then they do not harm anyone. Not only this, Nagpanchami also has special importance to remove horoscope defects. According to astrology, if there is a time snake defect in the horoscope, then the worship of the Nag Devta and RudraBhusak should be done on the day of Nav Panch Panchami. It is believed that doing so frees us from this defect.
Story of Nag Panchami
Once the king was tested, he went out to the hunt and reached the ashram of Samik Rishi. If the answer is not sought after asking the water from the affluent Samik sages, then they put the dead snake in the throat of the sage in the throat. Shringi Rishi, the son of Samik Rishi, came and saw, being angry, cursed Parikshit on death on the seventh day due to the sting of Takshak. On the death of his testator, his son Janmajaya performed the serpent sacrifice to make the earth a snake. With this effect, all the curses began to fall into the Kunda, which prevented the prayers of the serpents, since then this tradition is coming. Worshiping serpents on this day does not prevent the fear of snakes.
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