Karnavedha


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Karnavedha is one of the Hindu Sanskars (sacraments) performed for a child. It is an ear piercing ceremony that is performed on the 12th or 13th day after the birth or when the baby is 3 to 6 months old. This can still be performed in later in the third or fifth year for some Hindu children. Nowadays, both the "Mundan" and the "Karnavedha" are done together. This ceremony is performed on an auspicious day and it should be performed on the first half of the day. On the day of Karnavedha, the mother bathes the child first and dresses him/her well with new clothes and ornaments. The father of the child performs the ceremony and a surgeon or goldsmith does the job of piercing the childs ear. The needle used for piercing the ear lobes can be made of gold, silver, copper or steel. The ears are pierced by covering with white yarn. The child is placed on the lap of the mother facing towards the east direction.

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