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Annaprashan Puja

Annaprashan Puja is a celebration of a child’s first solid food. ‘Prashan’ means ‘to eat’. This ritual is normally conducted around six months of age. It is a child’s first solid food. This ceremony asks God to bless the infant with healthy digestion. It is a happy occasion when friends and family gather to bless the child’s health and life.
This rite is crucial because it invokes all Gods, including Agni, to bless the child’s health and life. It helps purge the child’s past impurities. It also commemorates a child’s entry into our society and the human world.

The newborn baby is usually fed cooked rice with ghee. Naivedyam presented to Griha Devata and Annapurnadevi during Pujas for long life and protection.

Where Can I Perform Annaprashan Puja
  • You can perform it at home or a temple.
    Some parents opt to rent a banquet hall or a community centre.
  • A major Hindu temple in Kerala, Guruvayoor, is preferred by many parents.
  • Others do Annaprashan at home in central or eastern India.
  • If you’re doing the wedding at home, a priest can assist with the religious rites.
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  • All rituals are conducted in accordance with established vedic guidelines.
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Advantages of Annaprasan Puja

  • It is said to rid the kid of everything he may have ingested while he was still in the womb.
  • Children are said to be better protected because of this practise.
  • It identifies whether or not the youngster has an interest in pursuing a career in the future.
  • Prosperity rains down.
  • It increases the life expectancy of a person.

Rice feeding ceremony in Bangalore

The assumption is that this rice feeding ceremony will eradicate any shortcomings that could have existed. However, this will only occur if the procedure is followed in accordance with the correct Vedic manner. The baby has been drinking milk for some time, but this is the first time he will be receiving solid food, so it is a significant event. The age of a person is a crucial factor to consider. Between the ages of six and seven, this puja must be performed. He may not be able to digest it if it is done too soon, and postponing it too much could have an adverse effect on his health.

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