Nag Panchami 2021: Nag Panchami is a conventional Hindu celebration of loving snakes or snakes. As indicated by the Hindu conventional schedule, the Panchami Tithi (fifth day), Shukla Paksha (as the moon waxes) during Shravan month is considered profoundly favorable to adore Nag Devta (Lord of snakes). Normally, Nag Panchami day falls two days after Hariyali Teej.
According to the Gregorian schedule, Nag Panchami falls in the period of July or August. On this day, ladies love Nag Devta and offer milk to snakes. Ladies additionally petition God for the health of their siblings and family. When is Nag Panchami in 2021?
Nag Panchami 2021: Date
This year, Nag Panchami will be seen on Friday, August 13, 2021. In any case, in Gujarat, Nag Panchami falls during Krishna Paksha Panchami of Shravana month. Typically, noticed three days before Krishna Janmashtami merriments. This year Nag Pancham will be seen on Friday, August 27, 2021, in Gujarat.
Nag Panchami 2021: Panchami Tithi
Panchami Tithi starts at 03:24 pm on Aug 12, 2021, and closes at 01:42 pm on Aug 13, 2021.
Bother Panchami 2021: Puja muhurat
Bother Panchami Puja Muhurat is from 05:49 am to 08:28 am. (Span: 02 hours 39 mins)
Nag Panchami 2021: Signifiacnce
On this day, lovers notice quick and love snakes by visiting ant colony dwelling places and trees where snakes can be found. The main component of this celebration is that ladies offer milk to snakes to look for endowments and insurance from evil.
It is accepted that anything offered to snakes on Nag Panchami would arrive at the snake Gods. Thus, gives love live snakes on the day as illustrative of snakes Gods. It is said that individuals can dispose of Kal Sarp dosh by supplicating snakes and it additionally brings best of luck.
Nag Panchami 2021: Story
There are various stories identified with Nag Panchami. As indicated by Hindu Mythology, Lord Krishna was playing with his companions close to the banks of the Yamuna stream. Out of nowhere, the ball arrived in the water. The Lord went into the stream and Kaliya (snake) assaulted him.
Krishna then, at that point got the snake’s tail and hauled him to the stream surface and crushed him. Kaliya around then understood that Krishna was no conventional kid, yet a manifestation of Lord Vishu. He asked for absolution and guaranteed at no point ever to torture anybody again. Subsequently, this celebration additionally denotes the triumph of good over evil.