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Yagnopavit Sanskar; a sacrificial ritual - available only in Delhi NCR

₹15800 | $243

Yagnopavit Sanskar; a sacrificial ritual - available only in Delhi NCR

₹15800 | $243

Purpose :

Yagnopavit Sanskar is the rite of passage performed to make the boy learn the Vedas, understand things with his intelligence & activate his 3 activities of speech.


Key Puja Insights

Yagnopavit Sanskar is a traditional Hindu ritual or Sanskar performed when the boy enters the age of 8 years and is available only in Delhi NCR. The “sacred thread” plays an important role in this ritual, which is basically a thin cord composed of 3 cotton strands. Worn by Brahmins, Kshatriyas & Vaishyas, this sacred thread called ‘Janeu’ or ‘Yajnopaveetam’ is placed around the left shoulder of the boy.


Benefits of puja

  • Performing this ritual helps the child to gain knowledge.
  • It permits the Brahmin to start doing poojas and other rituals after the Sanskar.
  • Once the Yagnopavit Sanskar is performed, the boy will be eligible to learn all the Vedas.

What's Included

Available only in Delhi NCR, Yagnopavit Sanskar has the following procedure to be followed;

  1. A specific part of the head of the boy is shaved, given a bath & is dressed as an aesthetic.
  2. The father then initiates the boy to Gayatri Mantra with Agni dev as the witness, where both the father & the son are covered under the sacred cloth.
  3. The Palasha branch is given to the boy to guard Vedas.
  4. Lastly, the boy prays to Lord Sun to bless him with all the boons.

Devara Samaradhane: Along with preparing the traditional festive food & serving to guests, the family God is also worshipped.

Hoovilya: The mother of the vatu gives Mangala Dravya or the sacred items to the married women.

Naandi: To get the blessings of the ancestors, this ritual is performed by the Pandit.

Mathru Bhojana: For the last time the boy is fed by his mother, where both of them eat from the same plate.

Bhiksha: Here, the Vatu asks or begs for the Bhiksha or Alms by saying “Bhavati Bhiksham Dehi” or “Bhavan Bhikshamdidhatu” from his mother & other ladies.

Abhivadaye Namaskaram: Here, the boy introduces himself & seeks the blessings of the elders for his future.


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Important Facts

Yagnopavit should be done when his intelligence & feelings are developed & is quite understandable to learn the rituals. Upanayana literally means “the act of leading to or enlightenment or near the eye or eyesight/vision/ Third eye/ Pineal gland".

Performed between the ages of 5 to 24, this is the ritual that reflects the different educational requirements of the 3 upper classes namely; Brahmans (priests & teachers), Kshatriyas (warriors & rulers) and Vaishyas (merchants & tradesmen).

Our Promises

We take utmost care to ensure that your devotion and reverence reaches God in its true spirit.
Steps we take:
  • Ensure that the Puja is performed by qualified and experienced pundits only.
  • Make sure that Puja is performed according to Vedic rituals.
  • Make use of superior quality ‘Samagri’ to perform the Puja.
  • Take Utmost care that the Puja is performed at the correct time (Mahurat) for best results.
  • Provide support and guidance to our clients at every step.

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