Mundan or Chudakarana ceremony is a ritualistic process in Hinduism followed by most of the people for the benefit and wellbeing of the child. Chudakarana is the Sanskrit word for Mundan and this sanskar is considered crucial for the optimal growth of the child being free from past life traits.
- As per Hindu tradition, the first hair cut of a child is considered very important and the ceremony of Mundan thus is believed to be sacred
- Hair on the body is believed to be a continuation from the past life, and for eliminating the negative impressions or traits, the hairs of the child are shaven only usually leaving the shikha on the top back of the head, signifying the transition towards a new life
- Eliminates or minimizes the impact of the undesirable traits that is passed on from the previous birth
- Bestows health, wellbeing and longevity of the child and ensure freedom from past impressions and sins which might impact the present life
When and where to perform Mundan or Chudakarana Ceremony?
It is done on the first or third year of the birth of the child
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