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SANSKAAR PUJA

NAAMKARNA SANSKAAR

NAAMKARNA SANSKAAR

NAAMKARNA SANSKAAR

Significance: The Naming Ceremony

According to Hinduism this ceremony holds great importance, since a name brings substantial influence in the overall personality of a human being. Upon studying the planetary trajectory (at the time of birth), a meaningful name is given to the child using auspicious alphabets.

The auspicious time mentioned to perform the ceremony is either on the 10th, 11th or the 12th day after the child’s birth. It has been observed that in some communities, it is performed on the 101st day or the first day of the second year.

No. ofRecitation No. of Priests(with Havan) Duration in hr. Muhurat Required or Not No. of Days
      1        1      2         Yes 1

 

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ANNAPRASHANA SANSKAAR

ANNAPRASHANA SANSKAAR

ANNAPRASHANA SANSKAAR

Significance: Infant’s first intake food, other than milk

The Annaprashana Sanskaar marks the beginning of the transition from Mother’s Milk to solid food. This transition provides the wholesomeness and nutrition to the growing body and mind.

In Hinduism, it is believed that the food habits not only build physical and mental strength, but also the character of a human being. Thus, it is imperative to give the child a right beginning with the right food. This ceremony is generally performed around six months of age; it is comprised of a puja or a havan for the baby’s health and happiness.

No. ofRecitation No. of Priests(with Havan) Duration in hr. Muhurat Required or Not No. of Days
       1         1    2         Yes          1

 

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CHOUL SANSKAAR (MUNDAN)

CHOUL SANSKAAR (MUNDAN)

MUNDAN

Significance: The first haircut ceremony

According to Hinduism, birth hair is considered to be the undesirable traits from the past. The Mundan protects the child from evil, and removes any lingering, undesirable and haunting memories from past lives. The ceremony bestows the child with a long life, good fortune, and cleanses the child’s body and soul.

Scientifically, it is also believed that shaving of the hair stimulates proper growth of the brain, nerves and improves the growth of the baby’s hair.
Mundan is performed during the first or third year of birth, as by this time the skull bones are fully developed, and the brain is safe. During the ceremony, prayer of Swasti Vaachan and special Hom are recited, while a trained barber shaves-off the hair, amidst Mantra.

No. ofRecitation No. of Priests(with Havan) Duration in hr. Muhurat Required or Not No. of Days
       1         1    2         Yes          1

 

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YAGYOPAVEET SANSKAAR

YAGYOPAVEET SANSKAAR

 YAGYOPAVEET SANSKAAR

 

Significance: The beginning of the Intellectual and Spiritual Journey

Yagyopaveet Sanskaar is the sacred thread ceremony performed by Hindus. The three threads of the sacrament manoeuvre the child toward the pursuit of knowledge of all three entities; God, Soul and Nature. It is believed that the mother gives birth to the child, but knowledge gives birth to the character.

Yagyopaveet; the sacred thread indicates that the child is qualified to perform all the traditional vedic rites, including Pitra Kriya and Tarpan for his forefathers.

This Sanskaar is performed between 8 to 12 years of age.  The importance of the sacrament is significant across various religions, as ‘Kushti’ in Parsees, ‘Bismillaa’ in Muslims, and ‘Communion’ in Christians.

No. ofRecitation No. of Priests(with Havan) Duration in hr. Muhurat Required or Not No. of Days
     1          1     4         Yes        1
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VIVAH SANSKAAR

VIVAH SANSKAAR

VIVAH SANSKAAR

Significance: The Vedic Marriage Proceeding

According to the Vedic philosophy, marriage is not only a social unison between a man and a woman, but also a rightful duty towards the creator and our ancestors. God has given us the life through our parents and thus, it is our duty to repay God by raising our own children.

This ceremony takes place in the presence of parents, relatives, friends and a pundit. We seek witness of all the gods and goddesses, and the blessings of the supreme soul, before embarking upon the most important journey of our lives.

 

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TEHRVI

TEHRVI

TEHRVI

Significance: The last rites

According to the Bhagwat Gita, a body is just an attire of the soul and death is just a transition, where you leave an old body to don a new one. The last rite, Terahvi, is the ceremony of mourning, observed on the 13th day after the funeral. It is attended by friends and family members, to pray for the successful transit of the departed soul.

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       1         2    3         Yes          1

 

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