27 October 2014 is Nagula Chavithi. It falls on fourth day in Karthika Masam in Telugu calendar followed in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
It is most celebrated Naga Pujas in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Nagula Chavithi falls on fourth day in Karthika Masam (the fourth day after Deepavali) in Telugu & Kannada calendars.
Nagula Chavithi vrata is also celebrated as Trilochana Gauri Vratham.
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 / Kalasarpadosha) can perform Naga Puja in order to pacify the effects of that dosham.
27 October 2014 – Nagula Chavithi
28 October 2014 – Naga Panchami
29 October 2014 – 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.
Panchangam, Nagula Chavithi – 27 October 2014
Suryodayam (Sunrise) 06:32 Suryastamaya (Sunset) 17:48
Chandrodayam (Moonrise) 09:25 Chandrastama (Moonset) 20:45
Paksha (Fortnight) Krishna Paksha
Tithi (Lunar Day) Chaturthi – 26:06*
Nakshatra Jyeshtha – 29:08*
Yoga Shobhana – 23:00
Karana Vishti – 26:06*
Purnimanta Month Kaartika
Amavasyanta Month Kaartika
Shaka Samvatsara: Jaya
Vikram Samvat Varsha: Plavanga
Rahu Kalam: 07:57 – 09:21
Gulika Kalam: 13:35 – 14:59
Yama Gandam: 10:46 – 12:10
Ravi Rashi (Sun Sign) Tula
Chandra Rashi (Moon Sign) Vrischika – 29:08:34*
Amrita Kalam 20:28 – 22:02
Abhijit: 11:48 – 12:33
Time to Avoid
Varjyam Kalam 27:33* – 29:08*
Durmuhurthams: 14:48 – 15:33
Today’s – Festivals / Vratam / Pooja / Jayanthi – Vinayak Chaturthi, Chaturthi Vratha.