Naga Panchami 2014, Nagula Panchami 2014 date, Nag Pancham

Nag Panchami (Naga Panchami Puja, Nagula Panchami), is the festival of snakes observed in Shravan month. In 2014, Nag Panchami date is August 1, Friday. Naga Chaturthi Upvaas date is July 31, Thursday.

In some North Indian calendars, Nag Panchami in 2014 date is listed as July 16.

Nag Panchami festival dedicated to Naga devatas (Serpent Gods), falls on the Shravan Shukla Panchami (fifth day in Shukla paksha during Sawan month).

Naga Panchami 2014 date in USA – as per Hawaii, CST, EST, MST, PST timezones – July 31

Naga Panchami 2014 date in UK & Europe – August 1

Naga Panchami 2014 date in UAE & Gulf countries – August 1

Naga Panchami 2014 date in Malaysia – August 1

Naga Panchami 2014 date in Singapore – August 1

Naga Panchami 2014 date in Australia – August 1

Naga Panchami 2014 date in New Zealand – August 1

On the day of Naga Panchami, nine prominent Serpent Gods (Nagas or snake Gods) are fed with milk and worshipped by certain rituals and pujas. Ananta, Vasuki, Padmanabha, Sesha, Kambala, Shankhapala, Dhruthrashtra, Takshaka and Kaliya are the nine prominent Serpent Gods.

Slokam to remember all the nine names of Naga Devatas:

Anantam Vasukim Sesham Padmanabham cha Kambalam
Shankhapalam Dhartarashtram Taxakam Kaliyam thatha
Etani navanamani cha mahatmanam

The sloka means – the above mentioned 9 Naga devatas are most auspicious and important serpent gods.

Legend of Naga Panchami (Story)

Nag Panchami is celebrated all over India, but on different dates as mentioned above. Naga Panchami commemorates various legends and stories. One of these legends tells us about the victory of Lord Sri Krishna on Serpent Kaliya on the day of Shravan Shukla Panchami.

Nag Panchami is also celebrated as Garuda Panchami. On Naga Panchami day, people of North India and East India observe Ashtanag Puja. Ashtanag Puja is dedicated to Goddess Manasa, who is also called as the Queen of Serpents. Read Nag Panchami Puja Procedure (Naga Panchami Vrat Vidhi) here.

Naga Panchami puja procedure, how to Nag Panchami vrat

Naga Panchami Mantras, slokas to chant

Naga Panchami rituals – what to do on Naga Panchami

Naga Panchami Vrat katha – story of Nag Panchami

Garuda Panchami Puja procedure

Fani Gauri Vratham

Nag Panchami in Previous Years

In 2013, Nag Panchami date is August 11, Sunday. Naga Chaturthi Upvaas date is August 10, Saturday.

In some North Indian calendars, Nag Panchami in 2013 date is listed as July 27.

In 2012, Naga Panchami date was July 23, 2012 (Monday). Nag Chaturthi Upvaas 2012 was on July 22 (Sunday).

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45 Comments

  1. how to do the pooja for nag pancham

    By Sureshwari at August 13, 2013 at 12:59 am
  2. how to do nag panchami puja in hi

    By Rakshasamardini at August 9, 2013 at 2:20 pm
  3. sawan nag panchami in north india date 2013

    By Bijali at July 22, 2013 at 5:48 pm
  4. all the dates of nag panchami in different months of 2013

    By Kashiprasad at June 11, 2013 at 8:39 am
  5. which date is krishna paksha nag panchmi 2013

    By Satyak at May 14, 2013 at 12:13 pm
  6. anantam vasukim sesha all name in hindi words

    By Pooja at May 1, 2013 at 3:29 am
  7. For 2012, July 23rd seems to be particularly significant from many religious perspectives. It is the Nag Panchami in the Hindu religion, falls within the Ramadan and occupies an important Zodiac node – Leo. Definitely, worth observing!

    By Albert at July 23, 2012 at 5:18 pm
  8. Isn’t wonderfully coincident that Ancient Egypt revered the royal Cobra Wadjet on the 5th day of the Lunation?

    By Albert at July 23, 2012 at 4:54 pm
  9. A very good cult of the lord is this service of the giving sacred information of festivals and other rituals.It is divine superb and outstanding

    By N.T.V.KRISHNA at February 13, 2012 at 1:02 pm
  10. what to do on nag panchami. how to do nagpanchami puja

    By shreyashwini at August 3, 2010 at 1:50 pm
  11. Thanks alot Mr. Atreya. I will correct it.

    By NAVEEN KUMAR SANAGALA at July 26, 2009 at 10:36 pm
  12. The name ‘Dhruthrashtra’ in the English translation has to be changed to ‘Dhartarashtra’ in consonance with that mentioned in the sloka quoted. These names are not synonymous; Dhartarashtra means son of Dhruthrashtra. Please carry out the correction.

    By Atreya Sarma Uppaluri at July 24, 2009 at 10:58 am