Amavasya Jana Shanthi


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It is a common belief in Indian culture that the birth of a child on Amavasya (new moon) can bring trouble to the family, especially to the parents or siblings, depending on the timing of the birth. However, there is a solution to this concern. The ancient Hindu text, Narada Purana, suggests performing a special ritual called Amavasya Janana Shanthi or Darshajanana Shanthi to ward off the ill effects of such a birth.

The procedure for this ritual involves invoking the blessings of the sarvatobhadramandala (the all-auspicious mandala), the kalasha (sacred pot), and pratima (idol) of the devata (deity) called Darsha (amavasya), along with Surya (the Sun) and Chandra (the Moon), along with karmanga devatas (associated deities). This ritual typically involves the puja (worship), homa (sacred fire ceremony), and daanam (charitable offering).

Performing this ritual can help alleviate any negative effects that may arise from a child’s birth on Amavasya. If you are looking to perform this ritual, you can book a pandit and all the required pooja items from Our platform provides hassle-free and convenient access to a wide range of traditional Hindu rituals and ceremonies, performed by experienced pandits. With our services, you can rest assured that your pooja will be performed with utmost care and devotion. Visit to book a pooja with us today!

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