Nagula Chavithi 2012

Nagula Chavithi, also known as Nag Chaturthi, is a widely celebrated Naga Puja in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Nagula Chavithi falls on fourth day in Karthika Masam in Telugu & Kannada calendars.

Chaturthi (Naga Chaturthi), Panchami (Naga Panchami) & Sashti (Naga Sashti) in Shukla Paksha of Karthika maasam are very auspicious for Naga Puja. Those who are suffering from any Nagadosha (Sarpadosha) can perform Naga Puja in order to pacify the effects of that dosham.

17 November 2012: Nagula Chavithi

18 November 2012: Naga Panchami

19 November 2012: Naga Shashti

Another important festival dedicated to Naga devathas (Naga Panchami) falls in Shravana masam (August). Naga Puja is also known as Fani Gauri Vratham.

Read Nagula Chavithi Mantram and Sarpa Sooktham.

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