Naag Panchami was a Naga festival with great fires, [1] in the Rokugani month of the Goat, just after the Naga's celebration of the New Year. [2]

It was the most revered holiday in the Naga religion, and no Rokugani were allowed to see it. The Naag Panchami festival honored the Black Stone, to which offerings of milk or flowers were made. The festivities centered around large stones and lamps, fireworks and bonfires lighted up the sky. Gifts were exchanged at this time and the Naga prepare feasts. [2]


  1. Legacy of the Naga, Part 1, by Edward Bolme
  2. 2.0 2.1 Way of the Naga, p. 25

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