Nagula Chavithi 2017 Date And Timings In Andhra Pradesh & Telangana

Nagula Chavithi is one of the famous festivals for Telugu people around the globe. Nagula Chavithi 2017 date is 23 October 2017 i.e all Hindus are going to celebrate Nagula Chavihti festival on 23 October 2017. There is a culture in Hindus is that they respect and worship nagas i.e snakes. Nagula Chavithi is also known as Naga Chaturthi. Here you can find complete information on Nagula chavithi 2017 Telangana date and Nagula Chavithi 2017 Andhrapradesh date.

Nagula Chavithi 2017 Date And Timings In Andhra Pradesh & Telangana

Nagula Chavithi 2017 Date And Timings In Andhra Pradesh & Telangana

The Telugu people of both Andhrapradesh and Telangana states are going to celebrate Nagula Chavithi festival on 23 October 2017. As per Telugu calendar Nagula Chavithi will be celebrated in the Telugu month called Karteeka masam. On this auspicious day, people offer milk, dry froots, eggs and other naivedhya items to snake pits. People believe that naga devatas stay in that snake pit, in Telugu language it will be called as Putta.

On Nagula chavithi both women and men will wear their traditional dresses and visit their nearest snake pit and celebrate Nagula Chavithi along with their family members.

Nagula Chavithi 2017 Date: 23 October 2017
Nagula Chavithi Pooja Timings:10:23am To 12:49pm
Nagula Chavithi Tithi starts at 4:51am on 23 October 2017 and ends on 7:06am on 24 October 2017

The days followed by Nagula Chavithi are also celebrated as Naga Panchami and Naga Sashti or Subramanya Sashti.

Nagula Chavithi: 23 October 2017
Naga Panchami: 24 October 2017
Naga Sashti Or Subramanya Sashti: 25 October 2017

Hindu women celebrate Nagula Chavithi for the welfare of their children and family. Children love this festival, many schools will give holiday in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana state. Hence Nagula Chavithi festival comes after Diwali children will burn firecrackers which they have saved on Diwali and women will cook some traditional food items as naivadhya (prasadam) to the serpent gods i.e naga devatas.


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