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Nag Panchami is on 27th July 2017

Nag Panchami is one of the most sacred Indian festivals celebrated by Hindus to pay respect to the snake deities mentioned in the ancient Hindu Vedas and Puranas (sacred Hindu scriptures). Celebrated on Panchami, the fifth day of the moonlit fortnight in the Hindu month of Shravan (July /August), Nag Panchami commemorates the victory of Lord Krishna over the dreaded serpent Kalia. The festival also celebrates many ancient Hindu legends and is an occasion when married girls in various regions in India visit their parents. TheHolidaySpot brings you a fabulous section on Nag Panchami that includes wonderful articles on the history and celebration of Nag Panchami, legends of Nag Panchami, traditions related to Nag Panchami, mouthwatering recipes associated to Nag Panchami and much much more. If you like our Nag Panchami section, please click here to refer it to your friends and dear ones. Happy Nag Panchami!

Nag Panchami
Recipes
Splendid recipes to help you cook up traditional offerings for deities as also delicious dishes for your family. Click Here
History
history of nag panchami
Learn about the origin of Nag Panchami and know the reason of its celebration in India.
Celebration
celebration of nag panchami
Know how Nag Panchami, the sacred Hindu festival dedicated to the worship of snakes, is celebrated by people in different parts of India.
Wallpapers
wallpapers for nag panchami
Set these attractive images themed to Nag Panchami as wallpapers on your PC screen or even send to dear ones.
Legends
legends of nag panchami
Read about some of the most popular legends associated to the ancient Hindu festival Nag Panchami.
Traditions
traditions of nag panchami
Check out some of the most unique traditions associated to Nag Panchami, the festival honoring Goddess Manasa, the deity of snakes.
Snakes of Nag Panchami
snakes of nag panchami
Read about the five prominent serpents worshipped as deities in India during Nag Panchami