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 Naga Panchami

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The Naag culture is quite common in India. Snake charmers start gathering snakes, thereby saving the lives of the young serpents. Live cobras or their images are worshipped. Women worship Ananta the cosmic snake in temples. In Bengal, Manasa is worshipped as the goddess of snakes. Shiva is also worshipped since he wears snakes as ornaments. Snakes are feed milk and sweets, and released into the forests.

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Varalakshmi Vratham Vasant Panchami Vijayadashmi Navarathri
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