Namkaran Muhurat

Namkaran Muhurat

Namkaran is the second Sanskar in Hindu Religion. It is done on the 11th day from the birth of a child. However, if that day is not shubh or auspicious, it can be done on another auspicious day per child’s birth details.

Namkaran Muhurat

Namkaran Muhurat

The word Namkaran is a combination of two different Sanskrit words “Naam” and “Karan”. Meaning of the sanskrit word “Naam” is Name and “Karan” is creating.

It is the most famous tradition in Hindu community and it is most important Sanskar among 16 Sanskars. The other name of Namkaran Muhurat is Palanarohan.

Word Palnarohan is also a combination of two Sanskrit words “Palana” and “Arohan”. Word “Palana” means Cradle and word “Arohan” means “on board”.

Rituals of Namkaran Ceremony

  • All family members should be present at the ceremony
  • Baby is given a bath and dressed in new clothes
  • Havan and puja rituals are performed
  • All the family members and priest pray for child’s good health and better future
  • Baby’s Kundali is prepared by the priest
  • After performing all rituals, baby’s parents whisper the name in his/her ear.

We calculate the auspicious Namkaran Muhurat as per baby’s birth details and planetary positions.

What we consider while providing you the auspicious Namkaran Muhurat?

  • Auspicious Date
  • Auspicious Time
  • Auspicious Tithi
  • Auspicious Nakshatra
  • Favorable Planetary Positions

These are all important factors we consider while providing Namkaran Muhurat.

Benefits of performing Namkaran Ceremony on Namkaran Muhurat

  • The name given to baby will bring him good fortune
  • The name given to a child will give protection from black magic and evil eye
  • Performing Havan and puja rituals on this muhurat will bring good health, wealth and prosperity
  • This name will give identity to the child

How to get Namkaran Muhurat?

We need birth details of baby. We will find the auspicious Namkaran Muhurat for your baby.

We will provide you auspicious Namkaran Muhurat, Date, Time, Nakshatra, and Tithi.