If you want to be rich, then do this on Nagpanchami

Aug 05 2019 04:40 PM
If you want to be rich, then do this on Nagpanchami

Today is Nagpanchami. The festival of Nag Panchami is celebrated on the fifth day of the Shukla Paksha of Sawan month and people worship the serpent deity on this day. On this day, The auspicious Muhurat begins at 11.22 p.m. on August 4 and will last till 8.40 p.m. on August 5. On this day, you can take some measures that will never be lacking in your home. Let's know those measures.

Milk remedies: On the day of Nag Panchami, first of all, worship the serpent deity and use turmeric, rolls, rice, flowers, etc. to worship. On the other hand, if you have soaked chana at night or offered the same gram, batasha and raw milk symbolically. At the same time, if you do not have snakes or if you do not have a temple of the serpent god, you can take a picture of the serpent deity from cow dung and worship it. They say that doing so leads to economic benefits, new avenues of wealth. At the same time, take a copper lota, take a little Ganges water in the lota and take milk in a bowl. Then, by chanting the mantra 'Kuru Kulle Burst Swaha', sprinkle milk and Ganga water throughout the house, your family gets the blessings of the serpent god. At the same time, the blessings of Lord Shiva are also received.

On the other hand, if you are suffering from Rahu, Ketu or any defects, you take a rope and put seven knots in it, meaning it is a symbolic form of a snake, if the rope is not lumpable, then you can black its mouth with mascara or coal. Now place it on a slab and make a little raw milk, batasha, sugar, flowers, and tilak. Now then chant the mantras of Rahu and Ketu, now open the bales remembering Lord Shiva. Then take the milk that was offered in the puja and sprinkle the Ganges water all over the house. Then let the rope flow into the water of the Ganges, or dig it up and press it. It is said that it destroys the Kalsarpa dosha.

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