Although Sawan is the month of Shiva, our Hindu festival starts with Sawan itself. We all know how precious the snake god Shiva is. It is said that all snake species are followers of Lord Shiva. Their religion is also Shiva. The zombie always wraps around Shiva’s neck, which is why Mahadev is also called Bhujangbhushan. The Nag Panchami Festival in Sawan month has received great attention.
This festival is related to Lord Shiva and Nag Devta and on this day it is believed that by worshiping the Nag Devta, a person not only gets freedom from all his sins, but through this, that person is also successful in getting the blessings of Lord Shiva. Is. According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Nag Panchami is celebrated every year on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month. In the year 2021, this Panchami Tithi will start from Thursday, 12 August at 3:28 pm and will end the next day on Friday, 13 August at 1:44 pm.
Nag Panchami Puja Muhurta is from 05:48:49 am to 08:27:36 am on August 13 Nag Panchami Puja Method: In many houses, a place of worship is made by smearing ocher on the wall. Then on that wall, coal is rubbed in raw milk and the shape of a house is made from it and inside it the shape of serpents is worshiped. Along with this, some people worship them by making the shape of a snake on both sides of the main door of the house with turmeric, with sandalwood ink or with cow dung.
This festival of Nagpanchami is celebrated to get rid of the fear of snake bite and to get rid of Kaal Sarp Dosh. If you also have any such fear or there is a Kaal Sarp Dosh in your horoscope, then to get rid of it you should Vasuki …. Takshak …. Kaliya …. Manibhadra …. Airavat….. Dhritarashtra….Karkotaka and Dhananjaya, these eight serpents should be worshipped. In every birth chart, Rahu to Ketu is in the seventh house… and Kaal Sarp Dosh means all the planets are on the same side of Rahu and Ketu.
But here we must tell you one more thing that even if there is no Kaal Sarp Dosh in your magazine, then you must worship the serpents in the order of directions,
For this you can contact any astrologer or pandit. By the way, many stories are prevalent about Nag Panchami. Today we are going to listen to you It is said that once there was a king and he had seven sons, all were married. Children had also been born to six of them, but the desire of the youngest to have children was not yet fulfilled. Due to being childless, both of them had to face taunts in the family and society. His wife used to get upset due to the things of the society.
But the husband used to explain by saying that whether to have a child or not is a matter of fate. Similarly, the days of his life were passing while waiting for a child in some way. One day was the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month.
Before this date, he saw five serpents in his dream in the night. One of them said that Ari daughter, tomorrow is Nagpanchami, if you worship on this day, then you can get a child. In the morning, she narrated this dream to her husband, the husband said that as he has seen in the dream, he should worship the serpents accordingly.
He worshiped the serpents by fasting on that day, and when the time came, he got the happiness of children. That day was the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Shravan month. From that day onwards, serpents are worshiped to avoid the wrath of the serpents. And the festival of Nag-Panchami is celebrated. So friends, we wish you all a very Happy Nag Panchami.