Naag Panchami is an age-old traditional festival in Hindu religion, celebrated all over India & other countries like Nepal where Hindus reside. This encapsulates worshiping of serpents (live or idol) by offering milk and prayers. Naga refers to the group of serpent deities mainly King Cobra and Panchami means “fifth” day on which the festival is celebrated (fifth day after Amavasya, new moon) in the month of Shravana (July / August). Its based on Hindu calendar (a lunisolar calendar) mostly referred for their festival or mohurats. The pooja (prayers) are held as per mohurat (an auspicious time for ceremony).