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Thursday, June 5, 2014

(5.2.25) Muhurat for Namkaran Sanskar / Naming Ceremony

 Naamkaran Sanskaar ke liye Muhurat

What is Namkaran Kanskar 
Namkaran Sanskar is one of the sixteen Sanskaras in Hinduism. 'Namkaran' stands for naming ceremony. On this ceremony the newly born child is given a proper name following the customs of the family.
When is Namkaran Sanskar held -
For the Brahman community the naming ceremony should be held on the tenth or twelfth day from the birth day of the child.
For the Kshatriya community the naming ceremony should be held on the thirteenth day from the birth day of the child.
For the Vaishya community the naming ceremony should be held on the sixteenth or the twentieth day from the birth day of the child.
For the Shudra community the naming ceremony should be held on the thirtieth day from the birth day of the child.
According to the another opinion the Namkaran Sanskar is performed on the 10, 12, 13, 15, 19 or 22 day from the date of birth of the child as per the custom of the family.
For the Muhurat for the Namkaran Sanskar the following things or factors are considered - 
Tithi - Dwitiya, Tritiya, Panchami, Saptmi, Dashami, Ekadashi, Dwadashi, (Pratipada of Krishna Paksh and Trayodashi of Shukla Paksh.)
Vaar- Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
Nakshatra -Ashvini, Rohini, Mrigshira, Punarvashu, Pushya, all the three Uttaras, Hast, Chitra, Swati, Anuradha, Shravan, Dhanishtha, Shatbhisha.
Lagna - Shubh Graha should be in the Kendra and Trikon i.e. in the 1,4,7,10,5,9 houses and the Pap Graha should be in 3,6,11 houses.

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