Namkaran Sanskar

The Namkaran Sanskar, also known as Namakarana, is a traditional Hindu ceremony to name a newborn baby. It is usually performed within the first few weeks or months after birth, often on an auspicious day chosen by a priest.The ceremony involves chanting mantras, seeking blessings from the divine for the child's well-being and prosperity. The chosen name typically holds a special meaning or significance, representing values, virtues, or hopes for the child's future.

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Namkaran Sanskar
  • Dakshina
  • Pooja Samagri