Naag Panchami

A very important day in Indian culture is right around the corner. August, 4, 2011 is Naag Panchami, the festival of snakes. This is such an important day in their culture because of how important snakes are in the Indian culture. There are legends that says that on accident while a farmer was working on day, he killed a young snake. The mother then took revenge and killed the farmer and his family. All except one girl in the family. She was spared because she was praying to the Nagas.

The people of India feel that because of this legend that snakes will keep their family safe if they remain loyal to the snakes and hold them in the highest of regards. In India, snakes are so revered that temples have also been erected in their honor. Some men sacrifice their regular hindi phone sex sessions to honour the snake. One of the most famous temples in India is a place called Subramania.