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Pooja's FAQ

What is Namkaran Sanskar?

Namkaran Sanskar is the Hindu naming ceremony conducted to give a formal name to a newborn baby. It is a significant ritual in Hindu culture, and the chosen name often carries cultural and family significance.


When is Namkaran Sanskar usually performed?

Namkaran Sanskar is typically performed on the 11th or 12th day after the baby's birth. However, the timing may vary based on regional customs, family traditions, and other considerations.


Who conducts the Namkaran Sanskar?

The Namkaran Sanskar is usually conducted by the family elders, parents, or a priest. The individual conducting the ceremony may perform various rituals, including choosing an auspicious letter for the baby's name.


What are the main rituals involved in Namkaran Sanskar?

The key rituals in Namkaran Sanskar may include a prayer to Lord Ganesha for blessings, the selection of an auspicious letter for the baby's name, the writing of the chosen name, and offering prayers to seek divine blessings for the child.


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.



 


What steps should be taken after scheduling a pooja with a pandit or temple?

After booking a pooja with a pandit or temple, you will receive the pandit's contact number in the booking section. Feel free to reach out to confirm details and discuss any specific requirements.

 


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

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

 


Can Namkaran Sanskar be performed for older children or adults who were not named ceremonially?

While Namkaran Sanskar is traditionally associated with newborns, there is no strict prohibition against conducting a naming ceremony for older children or adults who were not named ceremonially.