|Kum kuma||Banana leaves|
|Paan leaves||Fruits -5 type|
|Pancha loha||Sweets-5 Type|
|Mango leaves||Aam ki Daal|
|Hawan samgiri||Cloth-2 Pair|
|Red Holy Thread (Moli)||Lota,Plate, thali|
|Janve (Janeu) (White Holy Thread)|
|Akshata (Rice Grains mixed with a pinch of Kumkum)|
|Supari (Betel Nuts)|
Yagnopit Sankar, also called the Upnayan Sanskar is an important ceremony among the Brahmins where a boy pledges to lead his life with discipline and gain the divine knowledge of the Vedas. This ceremony marks a new birth for the child and it permits a child to start his journey of receiving knowledge of the scriptures formally.
- Yagnopit Sankar or the sacred thread ceremony is an ancient Samskara which is done when a boy enters his eight year of life.
- The sacred thread called Janeu or Yajnopaveetam is put around the left shoulder of the boy and the three threads represent Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva.
- Protects from negative energies and forces
- Marks the eligibility of the boy to gain knowledge of the Vedas
- Bestows the ability to gain knowledge and channelize the development of his inner self
- Allows the Brahmin to start poojas and rituals after the Janeu Sanskar
When and where to perform Yagnopavit Sanskar Ceremony?
An auspicious date is fixed based on the nakshatra of the boy once he enters the age of 8 years
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