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Nagal Chaturthi Brata Katha is a traditional Odia storybook that narrates the significance of Nagal Chaturthi, a festival celebrated in honor of Nag Devata (Snake God). The book explains the customs and rituals one should follow during the Nagal Chaturthi fast and the story behind it.
The story talks about a farmer named Ramesh, who accidentally kills a snake in his field while plowing the land. The snake turns out to be the guardian of the Nagaloka (Snake Kingdom), and its fellow snakes hold Ramesh responsible for their guardian’s death. As a result, snakes bite Ramesh’s family, including his wife and kids, and they fall ill.
The only way to cure them is to observe the Nagal Chaturthi fast and worship the Nag Devata by offering milk and fruits. Ramesh follows the rituals correctly and pleases the Snake God. Subsequently, his family recovers from illness, and the snakes stop troubling them.
The book beautifully describes the story’s moral that one should always respect nature and its creatures, and one misdeed can have severe consequences. It highlights the significance of the Nag Devata and how to honor and worship him. Overall, Nagal Chaturthi Brata Katha is an excellent read for those who want to know more about traditional rituals and festivals in Odisha. It is ideal for children and adults alike who wish to explore the rich cultural heritage of Odisha.
|Book Title||Nagal Chaturthi Brata Katha(ନାଗଲ ଚତୁର୍ଥୀ ବ୍ରତକଥା)|
|No of Pages||8|
|Publisher||Saraswati Bidya Bhandar|
|Book Dimention||Packaging approx in cm – 15x22x1|
|Printing||Maa Tarini Printers, Cuttack|
|Layout Design||Maa Tarini Printers, Cuttack|