Naga Panchamī is a festival during which religious Hindus in some parts of India worship either images of or live Nāgas (cobras) on the fifth day (Panchami) of the month of Shravan. Traditionally, married young women visit their premarital households to celebrate the festival. Especially in villages in India, a traditional aspect of the celebration involves joyous swinging by young women on swings temporarily hung on tree branches.
Naga Panchami Festival is on August 14th 2010.
Naga Panchami Festival is Celebrated all over in India.
In India, snakes are so revered that temples have also been erected in their honor. There is a particularly famous one in Mysore, at a place called Subramania (Sheshnaga).
Naga Panchami Vrata : People of some communities observer fast / vrata on this day, in which they fast for the entire daya nd eat food only after sunset. Some people avoid salt on the day – food is consumed without salt. Deep fried things are also avoided on the day. In South India people believe that unmarried women who undertake Nagpanchami Vrat and do the puja and feed snakes will get good husbands.