Nagula Chavithi 2022 in Telangana Date and Time Telugu Calendar

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The worship of snakes in Kartika Masam coincides with the Nagula Chavithi festival in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

In Telugu culture, the Hindu holiday of Nagula Chavithi honors snakes or nagas. The date for Nagula Chavithi in 2022 is October 28. On the 04th day after Diwali, we celebrate Nagula Chavithi (October – November). On this day, Nagas (cobras) are worshipped and are primarily observed in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, and neighboring regions. It lasts for three days in various areas, starting with Nagula Chavithi and ending with Naga Panchami and Naga Sashti. The dates for Nagula Chavithi, Naga Panchami, and Naga Sashti in 2022 are October 28, October 29, and October 30, respectively.

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Nagula Chavithi 2022 in Telangana Date and Time Telugu Calendar


This year Karthika Masam Nagula Chavithi Falls on 28 October 2022. Naga Valmika Pooja Timings are 07 AM to 08 AM
  • Some cultures celebrate it on August 2, 2022, which is Shravan Shukla Paksha Chaturthi also.
  • According to the widely accepted myth surrounding Nagula Chavithi in Telugu Hindu tradition, on the day Lord Shiva ingested the poison Halahala or Kalkuta to rescue the universe during the illustrious Samudra Manthan occurrence.
  • All around the state, Naga temples host pujas, and prayers. People perform pujas close to anthills, groves, and other sacred sites that are thought to be related to snakes.
  • Pujas and prayers in Naga temples throughout the states of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana make up the day’s primary event.
  • Do not feed snakes at festivals this practice must end.
  • Today, the infamous custom of giving milk and eggs to snakes, particularly cobras near snake pits, is associated with Nagula Chavithi Day. Cobras are frequently brought to towns and villages by snake charmers, where they are fed milk by followers. Such actions should not be supported as they result in snake deaths. Although it is a common misconception, snakes do not consume milk.
  • Humans are constantly reminded to live in peace with nature through the worship of nagas. The best approach to honour the Nagas is to preserve the forests where snakes and other animals live.
  • The fifth day after the new moon day in the month of Shravan is when the most significant Naga Panchami festival, which is extensively commemorated in India, is observed (July – August). This celebration lasts for one day.


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