Namkaran Puja is the naming ceremony of a newborn baby. It is performed to formally announce the baby’s name as per the suggestion of starting letter given by panditji based on the Nakshatra of the baby. Namkaran Puja is a ritual of providing Samskaras to the child, which is considered of utmost importance in shaping the character and upbringing of a child.
This ceremony is usually performed on the 11th day or 21st day , also called as Ekoisia or Ekusia. Also, this puja can be done after three months or on the first birthday of the baby.
Namakaran Sanskar in Odia Paddati follows below steps:
- Ghata Sthapana
- Ganapathi Panchdevta Puja
- Navagraha Mandala Puja
- Narayan Puja
- Satyanarayan Katha
- Bhojya daana
When to Perform Namkaran Puja?
Namkaran Puja or Naming ceremony is performed on the 11th day or 21 st day of childbirth as per the Auspicious Muhurth suggested by Panditji.
Benefits of Namkaran Puja:
- The official name is required for the identification of an individual and also for Sankalp purposes.
- Narayan Katha is read for the well-being of the baby and happiness in the family.
Book Odia Pandit for Namkaran Puja. Panditji will bring all the Puja Samagri. All the Pandits are well experienced and studied from Vedic Pathshala.