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Mundan

Mundan, also known as Chudakarana, is a Hindu ritual involving the ceremonial shaving of a child's head, usually in their early years. This ritual is believed to symbolize purification, cleanliness, and the removal of impurities from the child's past life. The shorn hair is often offered to a sacred river, symbolizing a fresh start and spiritual purity for the child.

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Mundan
  • Dakshina
  • Pooja Samagri

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What items or materials do I need to organize for the Pooja Samagri during Pooja?

Feel free to contact the pandit for guidance on samagri and other arrangements by making a call.

 


Is it possible to reschedule the date and time of the pooja without canceling the booking?

Certainly, you have the flexibility to alter the date and time of the pooja. Kindly get in touch with POOJAT customer care for coordination.

 


When is Mundan performed?

Mundan is often performed during the first or third year of a child's life, depending on family traditions and regional customs.


What preparations are needed for Mundan?

Families may need to make arrangements for a barber or priest, choose an auspicious date, and arrange for the necessary ritual items, such as flowers, turmeric, and sacred water.


Are there any specific rituals during Mundan?

The ceremony typically involves prayers, chanting of mantras, and the offering of items like turmeric, flowers, and sweets. After the shaving, the child is usually bathed to symbolize purification.