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For Kids and newborns:

Namkaran Puja is of utmost importance amongst Hindus. It’s one in all the first spiritual Puja that everybody participates as a child. The word Naam means that Name, and Karan means that to create or to effect; thus, the word Namkaran means that to decide and impact the name of a brand new born kid. The ceremony is presided by a priest during which all the members of the family get along for a joyous celebration to welcome a new member in the house.

Vedas and Sutras give certain tips that are to be followed whereas naming a child. For e.g, Grihya sutra states that a baby be named as per following :

  • A name ought to be simple to pronounce and sound pleasant
  • Should indicate the sex of the child
  • Should signify the stature and social standing of the family
  • Should contain specific range of vowels and letters as per the sex of the kid.
Annaprasana or the baby’s first solid food feeding ceremony is usually performed in sixth or seventh month as per the gender of the baby. For a male child, this ritual is taken place in the sixth or even months, and for a female, it is taken place in the seventh or odd months. In the Hindu tradition, the solid food is introduced into the baby's mouth, Prayers are performed, and mantras are enchanted in the ceremony. The child is fed kheer using a gold ring either in front of a priest or in a temple. This ceremony is always planned after the naming ceremony. After this ritual only the child is allowed to have solid food as a diet.

Mundan Sanskar is an important ceremony in Hindu community. This is the first ceremony of the child in the family and this is considered as the purification ceremony and for blessings from the ancestors. The Mundan ceremony is performed on first year or the third year after the birth of the child. Mundan protect the child from the wicked eye and purifies him. Mundan ceremony, a significant event in Hindu community is celebrated in great joy. This is a purification ceremony for the kind and protects the kid from all evil. This ceremony is also a respect to the ancestors and seeks their blessings.

Symbolically the carrying out of the mundan ceremony or the first time shaving of baby hair signifies that the undesirable traits of the last life are left behind and the child can begin a new life. It is a thousand years old tradition that is still being followed in almost all parts of the country. It is a big celebration time for the family. After the mundan ceremony a small tuft of hair is left on the head. It is called the shikha which protects the brain. The length of the sikha depends on the gotra and other traditions of the family. The mundan ceremony is common for both girls and boys.

Performing the first birthday ceremony is a very important thing the life of the child. It is usually celebrated in the first year of the birth of the baby on accordance with the same birth star in which he/she is born in the same year of birth.

The main reason to perform this birthday ceremony is that to remove the early birth sins and the contacts the baby held with the early birth. It also intends on clearing the various sins and such things completely from the body. For that, the priests uses the kinds of sticks that will evaporate such things from the body and by removing poorva jenma sins and the baby is free from sins and made free to live his/her life at present.

After that the prayers of the ayushyahomam are being started. The ritual includes the three priests who pronounces the spells with the great devotion to awake the brahma devar and by giving the child, the wishes of god and also the further blessing from his birth natchathiram and the baby’s kula deivam.

For Brides and Grooms:

According to Hindu Sastra there are four stages of life, of which Grahastha Ashram or married life signifies the second stage. It begins, when a man and a woman come together and marry. In India, marriage is treated as an institution, which teaches the actual values of life. Every stage in life has its own charm and a married life is no exception. In India, a marriage is usually arranged by the respective parents of the bride and the groom and follows various steps. Marriage among Hindus is not only considered a union of two souls, but of two families.

According to Hindu traditions, the engagement ceremony is done a few months before the marriage. This ceremony is a formal announcement of the impending marriage and the start of the planning for the big event.

The father of the groom requests the father of the bride for the bride’s hand in marriage with his son. The bride’s father wants to make sure that the groom has no skeletons in his closet. Having confirmed that, the bride’s father also tells the groom’s father to make sure that his daughter is also as good, if not better than the groom! Thus after mutual satisfaction and “Wagdaan”, and a promise for the marriage, the bride’s father tells all that he will plan the ceremony at an appropriate date in the future. The couple exchanges the wedding rings and the ceremony ends with best wishes and blessings from all the attendees.

In the astrological calculations, the term Navagraha is very important. Navagraha means the 9 different celestial bodies which are the base of astrology; we cannot call them nine planets, as it is incorrectly translated. The names of navagraha includes the Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Venus and also 2 shadow planets Ketu & Rahu. As per the astrological calculations, these 9 "Grahas" in one’s horoscope control his karma, his desires as well as his result. Each of these 9 celestial bodies wields an impact in our lives; generally, people call it “dasha" and this can also be known from any person’s horoscope. Generally, this Navagraha Puja is commenced to just trim down the unenthusiastic and negative effects as well as improve the optimistic and positive energies connected to the person. To know more contact to Bipin Kumar.

Mangal dosh occurs when Mangal graha (planet Mars)is found in the 1st, 4th, 7th, 8th and 12th house ofyour horoscope. If it is so, you are Manglik and may face issues like unexpected delays in marriage or disharmony is post marriage life, divorce or death of your spouse. But you need not to worry about these events as there are certain and effective remedies prescribed in Vedic Shastras (scriptures) which nullify this dosha completely. But before that let’s know the stronger qualities of Mars that form your personality.

This planet in as per astrology signifiesstronger desires,inspiration, and will-power to undertake risks, self-confidence, ego and quick actions. It is ruled by Mangal Deva, the celestial god of war as mentioned in the Vedas. It is connected with Aries (Mesha) and Scorpio (Vrishchika). Due to its red color, the planet is regarded as the furious and masculine. It activates fights, competitions and command.

Since it is also the ruler of passionate qualities, the diseases related to the same such as anorexia, addictions, hypertension (high blood pressure), inflammatory conditions and burns are bound to happen. Negative effects of Mars Dosh reduce after the age of 28 and hence Mangliks are advised to marry late.

Other Pujas and Shanti :

Satyanarayan Pooja

Mool nakshatra Shanti

Pitra Dosh Shanti

Kal Sharp Dosh Shanti