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November 1, 2008 / Naveen Sanagala

Nagula Chavithi – Dedicated To Naga Devatha

Nagula Chavithi is one of the regional festivals of Andhra Pradesh. It is celebrated on the fourth day after Deepavali. Nagula Chavithi falls in the month – Kartik. On this day, devotees worship Naga Devata (Serpent God).

Nagula Chavithi is a women festvial. On this day, women offer milk for snakes near the snake pits (valmeekam or putta or puttu).

Dates of the 3-day Naga festival in 2009:

  • Nagula Chavithi 2009 – 22nd October
  • Nagula Panchami 2009 – 23rd October
  • Naga Sashti 2009 – 24th October

Related Posts:

Nagula Chavithi festival – Naga Puja in Karthika Masam

Karthika Somavara Vratham

Karthika Somvara vratham 2009 dates

Karthik masam 2009 dates

Karthika Masa Vratam – Rules, pujas and vratas to perform during Karthik Month

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  1. VENKY / Nov 6 2010 6:18 am

    HI

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