Nagula Chavithi Pooja Vidhanam

Nagula Chavithi Pooja Vidhanam is explained here with Mantras, slokas, etc.. Nagula Chavithi is observed in Karthika Masam as per Telugu calendar. In 2019, Nagula Chavithi date is October 31. Here is Nagula Chavithi puja procedure & Mantras to chant during this vrat. This vrat is mentioned as ‘Naganamanandakari’ in our ancient scriptures as it is […]

Nagula Chavithi 2019 | Nag Chaturthi

Nagula Chavithi or Nag Chaturthi is one of the Telugu regional festivals of Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. It is celebrated on the fourth day after Deepavali. In 2019, Nagula Chavithi date is October 31. It falls in Karthika masam as per Telugu calendar. On this day, devotees worship Naga Devata (Serpent God). Nagula Chavithi is a […]

Nagula Chavithi Mantram: Stotram, Slokam to chant on Nagula Chaviti

Nagula Chavithi Mantram: Stotram, Slokam to chant on Nagula Chaviti… Nagula Chavithi is the most auspicious day to worship naga devatas. This festival is celebrated on the fourth day after Deepavali Amavasya i.e. on karthika Shudda Chavithi. Nagula Chavithi 2017 date is October 23. During Nagula Chavithi festival, eight prominent serpent Gods are worshipped. This […]

Nagula Chavithi 2016

Nagula Chavithi, Naga Chaturthi, is one of the 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 […]

Nagula Chavithi Slokas in Telugu

Nagula Chavithi Slokas in Telugu, which stotras (mantras) are to be chanted on Nagula Chavithi are given here in Telugu.. నాగుల చవితి – కార్తీక మాసం – అంతరార్ధం- చదువుకోవల్సిన శ్లోకాలు పాముని చూడగా బెదిరి పాకిన చోటన మంత్ర అక్షతల్ భూమిని చల్లగా విషము పోవును లొంగును భక్తికిన్ మరిం పాములు దుష్ట జంతువని భావము మాత్రమే కాని తప్పదే కామిత సంతతిచ్చరయుగా అవి దేముడే ! […]

Images – Nagula Chavithi Pooja

Here are the images of Nagula Chavithi Pooja in Hyderabad. In 2017, Nagula Chavithi is being celebrated on 23 October. This Nagula chavithi is very significant as it falls on 1st Karthika Somavaram. Women observe Upavasam (Fasting) on Nagula Chavithi and worship Nagadevatas on this day. There images were taken at Nagadevata Temple (Renuka Yellamma […]

27 October 2014, Nagula Chavithi

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 […]

6 November 2013, Nagula Chavithi

Naga Panchami

November 6, 2013 is Nagula Chavithi. Nag Chaturthi, Nagula Chavithi is an auspicious day to observe Naga Puja. It is observed on the fourth day after Diwali Amavasya during Kartik month. This Vrata is also known as ‘Trilochana Gauri Vratham’. Nag Panchami and Nagasashti are observed after Naga Chaturthi. The dates to observe Naga Panchami […]

17 November 2012: Nagula Chavithi

Today, 17 November 2012 is Nagula Chavithi. Nag Chaturthi or Nagula Chavithi is an auspicious day to observe Naga Puja. It is observed on the fourth day after Diwali Amavasya during Kartik month. Nag Panchami and Nagasashti are observed after Naga Chaturthi. The dates to observe Naga Panchami is 18th November and Naga Sashti is […]

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 […]

Nagula Chavithi 2010 – Nagula Chavithi Festival in Kartika Masam

Nagula Chavithi is an auspicious day to observe Naga Puja. Nagula Chavithi is observed on the fourth day after Deepavali Amavasya during Kartika masam. Nagula Chavithi 2010 date is 9th November. Nag Panchami and Nagasashti are observed after Naga Chaturthi. The dates to observe Naga Panchami is November 10 and Naga Sashti is on November […]

Important Festivals in Vaisakha Masam – Auspicious Days of Vaisakha Month in April 2009

Vaisakha masam is considered as the supreme among the three most auspicious months. The other two months are Kartika and Magha. Vaisakha mas is the most favourite month for Lord Vishnu. Vaishakha month is also considered auspicious because in this month, four avataras of Lord Vishnu were incarnated – Parashuram Jayanti, Balarama Jayanti, Narasimha Jayanti […]