Namakaran Puja / Naming Ceremony of the child it will be the first event for the new born child. The Rig Veda refers the procedure of giving a name to four components. Namakaran Puja contains Nakshatra Name, The Name of the Deity of the Month, The Name of the Family Deity, The Popular Name by which the child will be known.
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Namakaran Puja is generally conducted on the 12th day of the child birth.
Namakaran Puja will be performed on any day after the 10th day or before the 1st birthday.
Naming Ceremony is performed during 3rd or 5th, 7th, 9th month for girls and during 6th or 8th months for boys.
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Namakaran Puja is an important ritual which is done for every Hindu child. naming Ceremony is a use of initiating a child into a religion and reminding the parents their obedience and responsibilities towards their child. NamKaran Ceremony helps in shaping the character and upbringing of a child. As per Vedas, Upanishad, Sutras certain guidelines are needed to be followed while naming the newborn. Griha Sutra, a baby should be named on the following basis. The name should quite different and easy to pronounce. Namakaran Puja should indicate the gender of the child and signify the social standing of the family.
The name should contain a specific number of letters as per the gender of the child.
The Namakaran Puja has its own importance as it is an attempt to instill culture at an early stage with blessings of god so that the child can live happy, prosperous and peaceful life.
NamaKarnam Pooja signifies the bestowing Sanskar on new born which is performed with a joyous celebration.
Naming Ceremony pooja intensify the auspiciousness of the baby’s name.
It gives good luck, prosperity, fortune, and success in baby’s future and removes the negative effects.
On the day of Namakaran Puja, the baby and mother are given a ritual bath. The child is dressed in a new clothes. The pandit perform pooja followed by a havan and offer prayers to all the gods. The five elements, the spirit of the forefathers, and invokes them to bless and protect the child. The pandit places a cloth on which betel leaves, turmeric, lentils, and Moong dal are kept along with the child’s horoscope in front of the image of the deity. The Father whispers the chosen name in the right ear of the baby using a betel leaf. After finishing the Namakaran Puja, friends and relatives bless the child.
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How long does the Ceremony / Event take to complete?
The Events / Ceremonies are typically performed for 1 to 7+ hours depending on the package selected for the event.
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In case of cancellation of services, what refund charges will be applicable? For cancellation of puja services (as per Organized schedule selected by customer) the following refund policy is approved