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Barasala

Barasala

Puja Description

When to Perform Barasala (Namakaranam)

This Ceremony is usually performed on the eleventh day of the child’s birth. But can be performed on any day compatible with the janma nakshatra of the baby child.
Barasala is usually celebrated on the 11th day, 16th day,21st day, 3rd month or 29th month after the
birth of a child. The most suitable Tihis for this function are Dwiteeya, Triteeya, Panchami, Saptami,
Trayodashi, and Dashami.
 

Significance:
Performed to name the new born baby as per shastras.
Name should signify sex, fame, wealth, power.
Performed on the 11th day from the day of birth.
Mantras are chanted for the baby’s well-being


When to Perform Barasala (Namakaranam)?
This Ceremony is usually performed on the eleventh day of the child’s birth. But can be performed
on any day compatible with the janma nakshatra of the baby child.

Puja Material

Material Name Units
pasupu 50 gm
kumkuma 50 gm
astha gandam 1 daba
agaravathvlu 1 pacoket
harati karpuram 20 gm
nuvula nune 1/4 litre
vathulu 1 katta
aggi pete 1
biyyam 3 kg
vakkalu 50 gm
karjuralu 50 gm
darapu banthi 1
thene 50 gm
aavu neyyi 20 gm
chekara 1/4 kg
rupayi bilalu 11
doppalu 1 pacoket
kobbari kayalu 2
aavu palu 1/4 litre
perugu 1/4 litre
puvulu 1/4 kg
thamala pakulu 50
arati pandlu 1 dozen
5 rakala pandlu each 2
mitai dabba 1/4 kg
deepa kundulu 2
ganta,harati palem 1+1
nilla bindelu 1
thaamballalu 1
ginnelu,gartitelu 1+1
glasulu,chembulu 1+1
pancha patra,uddarini 1+1
kathera 1
peetalu chapalu 2+2