The word ‘Nam’ means name and ‘Karan’ means to create. It is the day when a name is given to the child formally and it is one of the most important Samskaras because a name creates the identity of the child.
- Namkaran is one of the most important rituals in Hinduism and is celebrated by the family members of the child as one of the foremost occasion or ritual
- Based on the nakshatra of the child, the first letter of the name is suggested and according to that a name to the child
- The ceremony starts with Gauri Ganesh Pooja, Kalash Pooja and Punyaha Vachanam. The child’s name is then whispered in the right ear. Vedic mantras are chanted and a Graha Shanti havan is performed for pacifying the doshas
- The name given to the child creates his identity in the society
- The ritual brings in blessings for the child and the mantras chanted have a great impact on the life of the child
When and where to perform Namkaran Pooja?
This Pooja is usually performed on the 11th day after the birth of the child by taking into account the auspicious Muhurth suggested by the Panditji
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