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Karnavedha

Karnavedha (IAST: Karṇavedha) (literally, ear-piercing) is piercing the ears. This is done with a particular thorn.

Karnavedha is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Karnavedha books and related discussion.

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Birth and childhood customs
The Piercing of the Ears Ceremony (Karnavedha Samskara).
Sanskars
Karnavedha - Self-esteem development ceremony, to help improve one's image and self-respect. It further enhances one's responsibility.
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Aitareya and Kausitaki Brahmanas – A Translation
Aitareya and Kausitaki Brahmanas. The Cultivating Samaskaras are 8 in number. They are: 1) Karnavedha.
Puja services 2009
Chula, Mundan, Karna Vedha [First haircut, Ear piercing]... 31. 101.

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Karnavedha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Karnavedha (Sanskrit: कर्णवेध, Karṇavedha) or Karnavedham is one of the Hindu Samskaras (sacraments) performed for a child.
Karnavedha, Hindu Ceremony
SanathanaDharma
The recognition of the Karnavedha as a Samskara and the ceremonies attached to it are of a late origin. Almost all the Gruhyasutras omit it.
Karnavedha - BMEzine Encyclopedia
May 26, 2006 Literally meaning "ear piercing" in sanskrit, karnavedha is one of the rituals of childhood (samskaras) in the Hindu faith/culture.
Karna vedha (ear piercing)
The Karna vedha(ear piercing) sanskar is a religious and cultural tradition practiced extensively in our country.

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