Nag Panchami is on Friday 13th August. Indian philosophy experiences unity in all beings by seeing the divine in them. 'Saam Sarveshu Bhuteshu Tishthantam Parameshwaram. Keeping this in mind, the worship of serpents is also done in the month of Shravan, the most beloved of Shiva. Nagraj Vasuki is seated around his neck, so Ganesha wears a snake-like thread. Anant, Vasuki, Shesha, Padmanabha, Kambal, Karkotaka, Ashvatara, Shankhpal, Dhritarashtra, Takshaka, Kaliya, and Pingal, the remembrance of these 12 God serpents is wonderfully fruitful.
One of these snakes should be worshiped in twelve months of the year. With this, the fear of snakes also ends with the attainment of wealth. Snake worship is done for getting children. Chanting of 'Om Kurukulye Hum Fatt Swaha' is also considered auspicious. This worship will also give auspicious results to those who are passing through the bad Dasha of Rahu and Ketu.
Which snakes represent which planet?
The answer is – Anant Nag of the Sun, Vasuki of the Moon, Takshak of the earth, Karkotaka of Mercury, Padma of Jupiter, Mahapadma of Venus, and the forms of the planet Saturn are Kulik and Shankhpal. Garg Rishi, who saw the horoscope of Lord Krishna, had learned astrology from Sheshnag. On this day, a picture of a snake is made from cow dung on both sides of the door of the house, and worship is done telling the story. The story goes- When a farmer from Manipur accidentally kills three of Nag's children, the serpent bites the entire family of the farmer. When his surviving daughter comes to bite him, the girl gives him a bowl of milk. Pleased with his kindness, she revives the entire family and also blesses them to be safe from the serpents through the worship of Nag Panchami.
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