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Vivah Panchami, Nag Panchami (Telugu)

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Lord Ram and Ma Sita’s celestial wedding or marriage ceremony is commemorated during the festival of Vivah Panchami. Vivah Panchami is a significant Hindu festival that honors the divine marriage of Lord Rama, the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu, and Sita, an incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi. The celebration typically involves elaborate processions, reenactments of the wedding ceremony, recitations of religious texts like the Ramayana (epic depicting the life of Lord Rama), singing devotional songs, and offering prayers to the divine couple for prosperity and marital bliss. The festival of Vivah Panchami takes place on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Margashirsha month and is a very significant day in Hindu religion. This day is the wedding anniversary of Lord Ram and Sita Mata. However, note, despite the auspiciousness of this day, it is considered inauspicious to get married on this day.

Nag Panchami – According to Drik Panchang 12 snakes are worshiped during Naga Panchami festival. Anant, Sesha, Vasuki, Padma, Kambal, Karkotak, Ashvatar, Dhritarashtra, Shankhapal, Kaliya, Takshak, Pingal etc. 12 types of snakes are worshipped. Devotees who worship snakes on this day are believed to get rid of snake fear and Kala Sarpa Dosha. Devotees worship snakes to please Lord Shiva. Cobra snakes offer milk and other food to survive. In some regions the day before Naga Panchami is called Naga Chaturthi or Nagula Chavithi.

In south India people celebrates Nag Panchami with great joy and offer prayers to Snake Gods and Fast today.



December 17, 2023 8:13 pm - 8:13 pm(GMT+05:30)

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