By Rons Bantwal
Daijiworld Media Network – Mumbai (RD/SN)
Mumbai, Jul 28: Shree Subramanium Mumbai branch recently celebrated the Naga Panchami religiously in full fervour.
Under the auspicious of Shree Vidya Prasanna Theertha Swamiji, various religious rituals were performed at the Mutt to mark the occasion. Priests Sriprasad Bhat and Vishnu Karanth carried out the Pujas and offered Prasad to the devotees.
On the temple premises, Ramakanth Nakshatri designed a Rangoli of the Lord Naga, which added colour and was the centre of the all the celebration.
Krishna Upadhya, Krishna Bhat, Narawi Gururaj Bhat, performed the Pujas.
The Pujas consisted of Pavamana Homa, Mahabhisheka, Alankara, Mahapuja, Nagatanu Tarpana Prasanna Puja, Mangalarathi, Samuhika Ashlesha Bali, Navak Pradhana Kalasha. Theertha Prasaadaa and Anna Santarpanae among other Pujas were also performed on the occassion
Devotees flocked to the Mutt and offered the Pujas.