What is Annaprashan Sanskar?
Hindu Sanatan Dharm describes 16 Sanskar. Annaprashan is considered as the seventh and most important Sanskar. With this rite, the child starts eating food. After birth, the baby only drinks mother’s milk before conducting this Sanskar. On Annaprashan Sanskar, the baby takes other food for the first time other than the mother’s milk.
What are the benefits of Annaprashan Sanskar?
- In Hinduism, food (Anna) is highly worshipped as a sacred entity.
- Annaprashan Sanskar has a lot of significance since baby’s shift from liquid to solid food is very important in his life.
- This majorly affects the growth and development of the baby.
- The food taken by the baby can create high values and gestures in his life and there will be no birth disease.
What are the best time and days to perform Annaprashan Sanskar?
- The ceremony is usually done in consultation with a knowledgable priest, who arranges an auspicious date on which you can conduct the ceremony.
- Generally, Annaprashan is performed within the 6th month of the baby’s birth.
- It is usually carried out when the child is six to eight months old, normally 6 months for boys and 5 months for girls.
- It is also performed when the teeth of the child have begun to appear.
What happens in Annaprashan?
Annaprashan is a Sanskrit term, which literally means “grain initiation”. It’s commonly known as your baby’s first feeding or first rice-eating ceremony.
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