Naga Vasuki Abhishekam | Naga Gayatri Kalasha Homa | Udupi Sri Kshetra Feb 24, 2023
Participate in Naga Vasuki Abhishekam Pooja with Naga Gayatri Kalasha Homa Online seeking blessings and benevolence of the Serpent God, Good Health, Longevity and addressing Sarpa Doshas, being performed on February 25, 2023 on Shukla Panchami day in Sri Naga Vasuki Temple, Udupi Sri Kshetra of Karnataka.
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Naga Panchami observed on the 5th day after Amavasya or New moon day in the HinduParticipate in Naga Vasuki Abhishekam Pooja with Naga Gayatri Kalasha Homa Online seeking blessings and benevolence of the Serpent God, Good Health, Longevity and addressing Sarpa Doshas, being performed on Feb 24, 2023 on Shukla Panchami day in Sri Naga Vasuki Temple, Udupi Sri Kshetra of Karnataka. month of Shravan is a very important festival dedicated to Naga Devathas.
Naga Pooja is performed to appease the Snake Gods. The idols of serpents are worshipped with fresh milk obtained from Desi cows, flowers, and lighted diyas to receive their blessings for gaining fame, wealth, and knowledge. In many parts of India, Naga Puja and reverence to Nagas by reserving a space called Naga Ban has been an old practice. Dakshina Kannada in Karnatakahas many dedicated Nagabanas. Even in Kerala, where once there used to be sacred groves for snakes called Sarpa kavus, Naga Pujas with Abhishekam is performed seeking the benevolence and blessings of Naga Devatas. People who suffer from Sarpa Dosha, those facing delays in getting married and having progeny, young and unmarried girls perform Pooja to the snake gods in temples to get a good husband. Married women, too, worship the snake gods for progeny. Snakes are symbols of fertility.
Importance of Naga Devathas
Snake worship goes back to Vedic Age. A more definite account of this practice is found in the Yajurveda. Prayers to Sarpas are found in Veda Samhitas. Many Hindus in India perform Naga Pooja, Abhishekam and many other rituals honouring the Naga Devathas (Snake as Deity). Naga Devathas form an important part of association with many Hindu Gods. Lord Shiva is adorned with many snakes. Lord Vishnu is generally depicted reclining on a multi hooded Nagaraja Vasuki. Even Ganesha images are shown with a cobra round his waist. Even the Bhagavata Purana talks about how Vasuki and eleven other Nagas form the string of the Sun’s chariot and how each month is associated with one serpent.
Benefits of Naga Vasuki Abhishekam Pooja
- Good fortune, prosperity, and harmony
- Skin related problems are addressed
- Problems such as delayed marriages are addressed
Naga Gayatri Kalasha Homa
Naaga Gayatri Kalasha Homa is being performed as part of Navaratri Special Puja dedicated to Naaga Devatas. Offering oblations to Nag Devatas are said to bring in good fortune and success. These Mantras also are effective in reducing Rahu-Ketu Doshas.
Sri Naga Vasuki Temple in Udupi Sri Kshetra
Sri Naga Vasuki Temple in Udupi Sri Kshetra is a dedicated place of worship for Naga Devatas. A dedicated Naga Bana with many Naga Pratishthapanas in the premises is another reason to perform Ksheerabhishekam and other Pujas like Ashlesha Bali to Nagadevatas here.
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