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- pumsavana (sanskrit: पुंसवन, puṁsavana) (literally: quickening the fetus, or engendering a male issue) is the second of the 16 saṃskāras (sacraments, rite
- pumsavana simantonayana is a combination of the two rites of pumsavana and srimatham (also spelled srimantha and simantonnayana (sanskrit: सीमन्तोन्नयन
- on whether this rite of p****age was to be celebrated before or after pumsavana, early or late stage of pregnancy, or the nature of ritual celebrations
- p****age of the wife would imply a one time ritual suffices. pumsavana (iast: puṃsavana, sanskrit: पुंसवन) is a composite word of pums + savana. pums
- departs from the original and describes local customs for rama and sita's pumsavana ceremony. other works in this cl**** and period are hema saraswati's prahlada-caritra
- seemantham, also known as pumsavana seemantham is an important traditional samskara in the indian traditions but more po****r in south indian states of
- 'rituals with mantras', are sanskara (rite of p****age): garbhādhānā, pumsavana, sīmanta, jātakarma, nāmakaraṇa, annaprāśana, chudākarma/caula, niskramana
- traditional rites of p****age in hinduism include garbhadhana (pregnancy), pumsavana (rite before the fetus begins moving and kicking in womb), simantonnayana