Nagula Chavithi Pooja Procedure | Nagula Chavithi Pooja Vidhanam | Nagula Chavithi Storam & Slokam
Nagula Chavithi Procedure: The Karhika Suddha Chavithi which will come after Diwali new moon day is known Nagula Chavithi or Naga Chaturthi. In Hindu tradition, they treat snakes as gods and they worship snakes as serpent gods like Naga Devatha and Nagendhra. We can find so many snake idols in Hindu temples. Especially in Lord Shiva temples, we can find idols of serpent gods. Here you can find Nagula Chavithi pooja procedure or Nagula Chavithi pooja vidhanam and Nagula Chavithi stotram.
Hindu women worship snakes for the welfare of their children and family members and this is the culture of Hindu people & this festival shows that as human beings we have to respect other animals on this earth.
Naagula Chavithi Pooja Vidhanam:On the early morning of Nagula Chavithi people do head bath and they light the lamps in front of gods. On daytime of Nagula Chavithi, people will do fasting and they take food at night time. On Nagula Chavithi people serve naivedhya to serpent gods and the famous Nagula Chavithi Prasadam was Chalimidi, Vada Pappu and Chimmili.
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On the day of Nagula Chavithi people read Nagula Chavithi Shlokas such as naga stuthi, nagendra stotram and nagendhra ashtottharam.
Nagula Chavithi Stotram Or Nagula Chavithi Slokam
" Paapi paapi sarpa rupa naaga deva dayaa mayaa
Satsanthaana sampatthim dhehime shankara priya
Ananthaadhi mahaanaaga rooyaaya vara daayacha
Thubhyam namaami bhujagendhra soubhaagyam dhehime sadhaa "
Nagula Chavithi Slokam
" Anantam Vasukim Sesham Padhmanabham Cha Kambalam
Shankhapalam Dhartarashhtram Taksakam Kaaliyam Thata
Aitani Navnamaani Naaganaan Cha Mahaatmanam
Sayankaale Pattenitya Praatkaale Vishesth
Tasya Visbhay Naastit Sarvatra Vijayee Bhavet "
If we read above Nagula Chavithi stotram on the day of Nagula Chavithi then we will get blessings of serpent gods. Hope you follow above Nagula Chavithi pooja procedure and get blessings of Naga devatha & happy finally nagula chavithi to you and your family members.
If people can't able to read above shlokas then they can read " Om Nagendhraswamine Namaha " for 108 times.