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- Seemantham, also known as Pumsavana Seemantham is an important traditional samskara in the Indian traditions but more po****r in South Indian states of...
- is regionally called by various names, such as Seemant, Godh bharai, Seemantham or Valaikaapu. According to the Paraskara Gryha Sutra, at the beginning...
- unless otherwise noted. Chapalyam (Doordarshan) Scooter (Doordarshan) Seemantham (Doordarshan) "JB Junction with Shanthikrishna". kairalitv.com. Retrieved...
- important occasions in their lives, starting with marriage, followed by Seemantham (form of a baby shower), all important Puja, and death ceremonies. Iyers...
- saadhroshi. In Southern India, in Tamil Nadu/Andhra Pradesh it is called Seemantham or Valaikaapu or Poo****tal (The expecting mother wears bangles and adorned...
- Himalayam Vare Himalaya Yatra Kalikaala Vaibhavam Shanthivanam Scooter Seemantham Elathaalam Gnanoodayam Varshamayooram Anandabhairavi Shanthivanam Onnam...
- and Men married Kiriyam (Kiryathil Nair) Women. "Puli Unu Kalyanam" or Seemantham Kalyanam – a small function will be conducted at the seventh month of...
- intercourse after marriage. Pumsavanom : To be performed just after conception. Seemantham : Performed after Pumsavanom. Jathakarmam : Performed just after birth...
- is regionally called by various names, such as Seemant, Godh bharai, Seemantham or Valaikaapu. Jātakarman literally means "rite of a new-born infant"...
- Vantha Neram" T. Rajendar S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 04:39+ 5. "Thangachikku Seemantham" T. Rajendar S. P. Balasubrahmanyam 03:05 6. "Thol Meethu Thaalaatta"...