Nagadevathas are mystical, divine beings who have been worshipped by Hindus for very long time since ancient days. In Rig Veda, The Nagadevatha is described in the form of Agni “Ahibrudhya” which means the serpent who is hidden in the depth of fire. At our temple Naga Devathas have been active from the beginning and many of our devotees have felt the vision and the power of Naga Devathas. As per the instructions of Divine Mother we will be installing Nagaraja (Serpent King ) and his consort NagaRani along with the baby representing the entire Naga Devatha Family. Due to Sarpa dosham, marriages are delayed or ruined, Progeny may be denied, miscarriages/Abortion will occur. 

In Hindu tradition a serpent has always been auspicious Vishnu lies on Adisesha who is a manifestation of Naga Devatha. Ganesha, the God of supreme wisdom has a cobra around his waist to show the significance of serpentine power. Siva has a serpent in his neck, again symbolizing “Kundalini energy” and his control of it. Naga Devatha as “Ananda” is considered an energy goddess who holds the heavenly bodies in their place. When one views galaxies through powerful telescopes they appeared as coiled like ananda-serpent. In our temple Adiparashakthi the Primordial shakthi in the form of “ Karumariamman” has a five headed cobra rising above her crown.

In Western society, through out the world, including Egyptian, Mesopotamian, Incas, Mayan, Australian, Chinese, Japanese, Greek and Roman, the spirit of “serpent” was considered very close to the divine spirit with higher mystical powers, although they are vibrationally closer to the human consciousness.

Nagas represent the Kundalini energy. Kundalini is the spiritual energy lying at the base of the spine that naturally rises as a person evolves. As it rises it purifies the subtle energetic system.

We are very fortunate in our temple that Divine Mother instructed to bring Nagaraja and Nagini very soon, so that every devotee is blessed and benefitted. All devotees born under rasi Simham, Kanni, Vrischikam, Makaram, Kumbham, Meenam, Rishibam and Katakam will be particularly benefited by worshipping and participating in the Pratheesta. All others will also benefit immensely with removal of any health problems, improving fertility and Kundalini ascension, your respective spiritual evolution.