Mundan or Choula Sansakara
Mundan is eighth sansakara and it is also known as choula which is described as the first-time cutting of hairs of newborn’s head. In this Chura, which is the lock of tuft of hair is kept on the head while all the remaining part is shaved. Shikha has its own holy purpose as it lets the child to have a continuous energy, which empowers the newborn against negative arrangements of planets. Mundan ceremony should be performed on an auspicious day after the age of one year and it is performed for the development of power, better understanding, and long life of child. The shaved hair must be disposed of at any holy places where no one can find that as this tradition showcases submission of hair to god who empowers life of child.
Mundan or Choula Idiosyncrasies
- Mantras play significant role in newborn’s life as blessings of lords shower on new born after submitting hair to god and goddesses.
- It ensures healthy and happy future life of child.
- In this, respect to the god is shown by the sacrifice of hair of new born child
Noticeable Benefits of Mundan or Choula
- Showering of blessing of god and removal of all types of planetary negativities and destructive force.
- Aptly showers strength and positivity that provides empowerment to new born by strengthening them through special mantras of Mundan sansakara.
- Mundan sansakara guides towards a path of power and wisdom.
Benefits of Puja Yagya’s Mundan or Choula Sanskaras
- Complete accuracy in arrangement of Mundan or Choula Sanskaras that showers blessing of responsible gods and goddesses on the newborn child quite aptly.
- Puja Yagya incorporates Pundits who are fully expert in Mundan or Choula Sanskaras and they are also trained pundits of Gurukul.