- Importance Of The Annaprashana Ceremony
- Every child has to undergo a few rites of passage according to the religion, beliefs and customs of the family. Of these rites, Annaprashana or the ceremony in which the child eats solid food for the first time, forms the most important rite.
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- Annaprashana/First meal - In the sixth month, once the teeth begin to develop, the child is given solid food for the first time. 9.
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- Kollur is the place where Shri Mookabika, the Tripower of Adisakthi, integrating “Maha Kali”, “Maha Lakshmi” and “Maha Saraswathi”, in one idol and showering the blessings to the devotees. Kollur is situated around 135 Kms from Mangalore and 80 Kms ...
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