Mundan Ceremony or Chudakarana Ceremony: Chudakarana is the Sanskrit word for Mundan or the first hair-cut of the baby. This is a ritualistic practice followed by most Hindus, where parents are very particular about performing this act with all the regular norms.
This sanskara is performed typically during the first or third year of age when the child’s original, first hair growth is shaved, frequently leaving only the Shikha on the top back of the head. It is believed that hair on the body is a continuation of past life. These bad traits are undesirable for the well-being of the current birth. So Mundan is performed to do away or reduce the impact of those undesirable traits.
Book Gujarati Pandit for Mundan Ceremony or Chudakarana Ceremony. Panditji will bring all the Puja Samagri. All the Pandits are well experienced and studied from Vedic Pathshala.