2022 Nagula Chavithi Festival Date and Puja Timing Telugu Panchangam

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Nagula Chavithi is celebrated on the fourth day following Deepavali Amavasya in the Karthika month as a festival to honor the Serpent Gods or Nag Devatas. Married women typically observe Nagula Chavithi for the benefit of their kids.

In various areas of Karnataka and the state of Andhra Pradesh, Nagula Chavithi is a well-known celebration. Any Puja offering made to snakes is thought to be accepted by the Serpent Gods. Since Serpent Gods are revered and adored in Hinduism, many worships live snakes on this day with the idea that they symbolize these deities. Although there are many serpent gods, at the Nagula Chavithi Puja, only twelve are worshipped.

Ashtanga (eight hooded cobras) is worshipped and placated during Nagula Chavithi. At the “Valmeeka” or “Putta” (snake pits), milk, dry fruits, and occasionally even eggs are offered to “Sarpa Devata” to placate the Snake God.

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2022 Nagula Chavithi Festival Date and Puja Timing Telugu Panchangam

  • As of Friday, October 28, 2022, Nagula Chavithi
  • Muhurat for Nagula Chavithi Puja: 11:07 AM to 01:26 PM (02 hours and 19 minutes)
  • On October 28, 2022, at 10:33 AM, Chavithi Tithi begins.
  • The Chavithi Tithi ends on October 29, 2022, at 8:13 AM.

How important Nagula Chavithi is?

Hindu culture includes the veneration of snakes, which has great sacred significance. In rural places, snakes are regarded as beneficial in many ways, particularly by the agricultural population. Snakes come out of their pits in the winter to eat the rats that ruin crops. Snakes also eliminate dangerous bacteria in fresh water. In order to thank snakes, who are essential to make the land fertile for crops, Nagula Chavithi is known to Celebrate. In astrology, snakes also hold a high significance because the planet Rahu represents a snake-headed graham (planet).

Observed rituals for Nagula Chavithi:

  • Taking a bath first thing in the morning is thought to be essential, as is the custom for the majority of Hindu ceremonies. Devotees install the Naga Devata statue in the prayer altar on the festival of Nagula Chavithi and offer worship to the deity. Many people go to the snake burrow, or “Putta,” to give the snake god “Prasad.”
  • Sesame laddus, a lentil meal, and a sweet dish composed of rice flour and jaggery are offered as Naivedhyam to the snake deity. Flowers, cow milk, turmeric, kumkum, bananas, tamboolam, and rice flour are used in pujas.

Advantages of Celebrating Nagula Chavithi Festival:

  • The adverse effects of the planet “Rahu” can be offset by sacrificing to the snake god.
  • Worshiping the snake pit earns the deity’s favor and brings back joy to the family.
  • To preserve the forests, snakes, and other wildlife, it is crucially important for humans to live in harmony with nature.

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