Nag Panchami 2022: History, Significance and Greetings for your loved ones
Nag Panchami 2022: Nag The festival of Panchami is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Buddhists all over the country and it falls on the Shukla Paksha Panchami during the month of Shravan. It is being celebrated in India today (August 2). Nag Panchami usually falls two days after Hariyali Teej and is a day of traditional worship of ‘Nag’ or snakes.
Nag Panchami 2022: History, Significance
According to the legends, when Lord Krishna was a child, one day he was playing on the banks of river Yamuna. The ball he was playing with got stuck in the branches of a tree on the bank of the river. Krishna slipped into the river and was attacked by the Kaliya snake. But soon Kalia realized that Krishna was no ordinary child and begged him not to kill him. Nag Panchami is celebrated to commemorate Krishna’s victory over Kaliya, who agreed not to harass humans in exchange for his life before Krishna.
A fast is kept on this day. The sanctification performed on this day is considered to be a sure protection against the fear of snakebite. In many places real snakes are worshiped and fairs are held. It is forbidden to dig the soil on this day as it is believed that it can kill or harm the snakes living in the earth.
Nag Panchami 2022: Wishes, Greetings
Happy Nag Panchami! Leave the darkness and let the light prevail.
To the greatness of Lord Shiva and his mighty powers! Let’s celebrate Nag Panchami and pray to God for his blessings.
Happy Nag Panchami to you and your loved ones. Let the gods take care of every obstacle and guide you to success.
On this auspicious day, let us all together celebrate and bow to the greatness of the Lord.
The Lord always watches over us and takes it upon himself to help us when we need it. Have faith in the Lord. Happy Nag Panchami!
The snake god is protecting us from above and showering on us with his blessings. Happy Nag Panchami.