Naag Puja is a Hindu festival that is celebrated on the fifth day of the bright fortnight (Shukla Paksha) of Shravan month, which usually falls in July or August. It is a day dedicated to worshipping snakes or nagas, who are considered as divine beings in Hindu mythology. Naag Puja is also known as Nag Panchami or Naga Chaturthi.
Naag Puja has a special significance as it is believed that on this day, Lord Shiva blessed the snakes with immortality and protection from his snake-destroying weapon called Sudarshana Chakra. It is also said that on this day, Lord Krishna subdued the venomous snake Kaliya and saved the people of Vrindavan from his wrath.
The following are the steps for performing Naag Puja:
Naag Puja is a simple yet powerful way to connect with the snake god’s benevolent aspect and experience his divine energy. By doing this puja with faith and devotion, you can attain good health, wealth, wisdom and happiness in all spheres of life.
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