Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Reason behind celebrating Nag Panchami




The reason of celebrating this day must be that snakes are a great threat to mankind during these months. They usually come out of their holes as rainwater seeps in and while looking for shelter they might harm humans. However, this is why they are worshipped this day and fed with milk.

It is also believed that Krishna, a Hindu God had saved the lives of people from the harassment of Kaliya, the snake. One day, when Krishna was still quite young, was playing by the side of river Yamuna and his ball got stuck in the branches of a tree that was just by the side of the river. While trying to get that ball, Krishna fell into the river. When Kaliya, the snake attacked him, he fought and after some time the snake understood that he was not an ordinary child. This was when he pleaded Krishna not to kill him and Krishna spared him by taking a promise that he will not harass the people anymore. Nag Panchmi is celebrated as the victory of Krishna on Kaliya, the most dangerous snake.

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1 comment:

SUHAS BELOVED FRIEND said...

नाग पंचमी के इस शुभ त्यौहार
पर बहुत बहुत शुभकामनाएं