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Every summer, Hindus around the world worship Nag Devta, the Lord of Serpents, with offerings of milk, sweets, flowers and even sacrifices. Doorways and the outside of houses are adorned with paintings of snakes and spells to ward off the poisonous ones. There are many myths associated with the origin of this celebration. According to one, the day celebrates the victory of Lord Krishna over the black serpent Kaliya.


Every summer, Hindus around the world worship Nag Devta, the Lord of Serpents, with offerings of milk, sweets, flowers and even sacrifices. Doorways and the outside of houses are adorned with paintings of snakes and spells to ward off the poisonous ones. There are many myths associated with the origin of this celebration. According to one, the day celebrates the victory of Lord Krishna over the black serpent Kaliya.

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#1. What does the Nag Panchami festival in India celebrate?

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