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- pumsavana. (पुंसवन, puṁsavana. (literally: engendering a male issue) is the second of the 16 saṃskāra s (sacrament s) practiced by the hindu s
- pumsavana: pumsavana (iast : puṃsavana) (literally, engendering a male issue) is a ritual conducted in the third month of pregnancy.
- pumsavana srimantham is a combination of the two rites of pumsavana and srimatham (also spelled srimantha and simantonnayana
- seemantham, also known as pumsavana seemantham and srimantha in karnataka is an important traditional ritual in the south india n states of
- from the original and describes local customs for rama and sita's pumsavana ceremony other works in this cl**** and period are hema
- pumsavana simantonayana jatakarma namakarana nishkramana annaprashana chudakarana karnavedha vidyarambha upanayana praishartha
- they are garbhādhānā, pumsavana, sīmanta, jātakarma, nāmakaraṇa, annaprāśana, chudākarma/caula, niskramana, karnavedha, vidyaarambha,
- the narrative then proceedsafter the puṃsavana and sīmantonnayana saṃskāra s of sujātā, one day, late in the night, kahola is
- jamadagni performs the puṃsavana ceremony of reṇukā, traditionally performed in the eighth month of pregnancy. all good omens happen for
- but the prenatal sacraments like garbhadhāna, puṃsavana, are usually performed as a part of the wedding ceremony nowadays, unlike some 30