Namakaran Puja

The naming ritual for a newborn child is known as Namkaran Puja. It is done to formally retain the child’s name as per the first letter of the name that Panditji suggested based on the baby’s Nakshatra. Samskaras, which are given to the kid as part of the Namkaran Puja ritual, are seen as being of the utmost importance in forming the character and upbringing of a child. This ceremony is typically conducted on the eleventh day. If this is not possible, it must be conducted three months later or on the child’s first birthday. Panditji conducts the ritual, which includes Gauri Ganesh Puja, Kalash Puja, Punyaha Vachanam, Namkaran (whispering the child’s name in the right ear while chanting Vedic mantras), and a havan for the baby’s Graha Shanti.


A person must use their legal name in order to be recognised and for Sankalp purposes.
The purpose of Graha Shanti is to remove the Graha dosh.

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