What is Namkaran Sanskar?
There are 16 rites in Hinduism in which the Namkaran Sanskar is the fifth after birth. It is considered to be the most important rite of the Infant. On this day, the name of the child is given and he gets his identity. That’s why, this day is very much important for the parents.
What are the benefits of Namkaran Sanskar?
- The Namkaran Sanskar increases the age of child and also increase fame.
- A different personality emerges in the cosmic behaviour of the person with the change in the name.
- On this occasion, the child is wished to be as bright as the sun.
What are the best time and days to perform Namkaran Sanskar?
The naming ceremony is usually performed 10 days after the birth of the baby. However, in special circumstances, it can be performed on the 11th and 12th day. This ceremony is also performed at the 21st and 22nd day as per the recommendation and advice of the priest.
Why should we do Namkaran ceremony?
As per the Griha Nakshatras, Namkaran Sanskar should be performed for every child on the tenth or twelfth day after the birth.
Is it possible to do Namkaran after a month or year?
According to Hindu culture, Namkaran should be performed within 22 days of birth. After that, it cannot be performed as per Nakshatras.
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