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- It is believed to cleanse the baby of things that he may have swallowed once he was in the uterus.
- It is believed to shield the kid.
- It Showers prosperity and blessings on the baby
- This pooja bestows good health and promotes optimal growth of the child
Our Promises :
- To provide qualified, knowledgeable and experienced pandit ji
- To take care of all vedic sciences and rituals for the poojan
- Cater the poojan as per standard vedic customary rituals
- Guaranteed promptness and genuineness
- Professional advice and help
Pandit ji with all poojan samgiri
Flowers & Fruits
Milk and Curd
Basic utensils for poojan
Annaprashan is a Sanskrit word which means grain initiation or rice feeding. The term “anna” means that ‘food’ mainly ‘boiled rice’ and “Prasana” means that ‘eating’ specifically ‘the initial feeding of a child’ .This means introducing solid food for the baby for the first time. Annaprashan Poojan ceremony is completed once the baby is of fifth to eight months old .Usually done after the Namakarana is considered very auspicious as the baby can have solid foods. It’s done at that age because at that period the child gains the strength to digest the cereals and rice.