Keshanta and Ritusuddhi

Keshanta is the thirteenth of the sixteen samskaras practiced by the Hindus. This samskara is connected with the first shaving of a students beard when his age is about 16 years. The procedure of this samskara is almost the same as that of the Chudakarana. This samskara was also known as the Godana or the Godanakarman, as the student offered a cow to the teacher at the end of the ceremony. According to the Manusmriti, this samskara should be performed for a Brahmin in the sixteenth year , for a Kshatriya in the twenty-second year and for a Vaisya in the twenty-fourth year. Ritusuddhi is a ceremony associated with a girls first menstruation.

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