Nag Panchami today: Its significance, mantra & muhurat.
NEW DELHI [Maha Media]: The month of Sawan or Shravan is filled with festivities. Hariyali Teej, nag Panchami, Rakhi, Sawan Shivratri, all festivals fall in this auspicious month. On Saturday women all over India celebrated Hariyali Teej and today, we are celebrating Nag Panchami.
Nag Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha (bright fortnight) in the month of Sawan. This year we are celebrating it on 5th August. Hindu scriptures herald this day as Nagamanandakari meaning the happiest day for Nag Devtas (serpent gods).
This year the festival is falling on a Monday that too in Sawan month. As per the pandits, it is after 125 years this auspicious muhurat has come. Worshipping Lord Shiva & Sanke God will be highly prosperous.
The subh muhurat has started from Sunday 6.46pm and will end on Monday at 3.55pm.
Nag Panchami is celebrated after two days of Hariyali Teej. People offer milk, flowers, fruits to the snake idol for health, wealth & prosperity of their family members.