Go Prasava Shanti


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Go Prasava Shanti is a significant ritual in Hinduism performed to ensure the well-being of both the newborn child and the parents. It is done in cases where there is a prediction of an ‘Arishta’ or risk for the child as well as the parents. This ritual is usually performed for births that occur in the Chaturthi Paada or the fourth phase of the Nakshatras Moola, Asresha, Jyeshtha, and Magha, as well as for Ashvini, Revati, Pushyami, and Chitta. The procedure for performing Go Mukha Prasava Shanti involves the performance of various Pujas and Homas, starting with the Ganesha Puja and the Angaadangaattha Mantra. The Punyhvachana, Agni Pratishtha, and Nava Graha Ahvaana Puja are also performed. The Gayatri’s Tri-Ruk Pathana and eight ‘aahutis’ of the mix of ghee-curd and honey to Nava Grahas are also included in the ritual. The Vishnu-Varuna-Yahshmaha Pratima Puja and Punah Homas are performed as prescribed.

Krishna Chaturdashi Janana Shanti is another ritual that is performed when a child is born on Krishna Chaturdashi. Depending on the portion of the Nakshatra, the ritual may vary, but the second, third, and sixth parts of the Krishna Chaturthi definitely demand Go Prashava Shanti.To perform this ritual, four Kalashas are arranged in the Agneya, Vayavya, Ishanya, and Nirruti directions and Rudra Deva is installed in the middle. The Puja is performed, along with Homa using ghee, samidhas, tilas, mustard, and black gram reciting Trayambikam Yajaamahe Sugandham Pushti vardhanam Urvaarukamiva bandhanaan mrutyor mukshiva maamritaat/ with hundred and eight Ahutis besides to Agni, Vayu, Varuna, and Prajapati to as many as possible ‘Aajyaas’ some only with tilaas and others with indiscriminate number and materials as mentioned above.

If you are looking to perform this ritual, you can book it with us on www.onlinepoojas.com. We provide the best Pandit with all the required pooja items to perform the ritual, ensuring its effectiveness and the well-being of your child and family.In conclusion, Go Mukha Prasava Shanti is a vital ritual in Hinduism that ensures the well-being of both the newborn child and the parents. This ritual is usually performed for births that occur in certain Nakshatras or Krishna Chaturdashi. You can book this pooja with us on www.onlinepoojas.com to ensure the effectiveness and the well-being of your child and family.

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