- What Is Chudakarana Samskara In Hinduism?
- In Hinduism, Mundan or Chudakarana is one of the most important and most necessary rituals to be followed. Chudakarana is derived from a Sanskrit word for Mundan and is ideally known as the first hair-cut for the baby. In other words, the meaning of ...
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- The case of U.R. Ananthamurthy's Kannada classic Samskara substantiates this theory effectively.
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- The role of astrologers too has had a big impact on the arrival of devotees, with many prescribing 'Sarpa Samskara' or 'Naga Pratishthe' or 'Ashlesha Bali'.
- UR Ananthamurthy's response to nationalism
- In India: A Wounded Civilisation, V.S. Naipaul talks of encountering Ananthamurthy's work Samskara and being entranced.
Samskara is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Samskara books and related discussion.