Namakaranam, or naming ceremony, is a newborn ritual that must be performed on the 10th or 12th day after the birth. This is one of the sixteen samskaras of human life. On the day of naamakaranam, the infant is bathed and dressed in new clothes. A priest suggests a suitable alphabet, based on the position of grahas at the time of the baby’s birth.

Service Charges:

Inside Temple (Advance Booking needed)
  • Devotees should provide all the necessary pooja supplies
  • Priest Dakshin (gratuity) is not included in the Pooja Charges
  • Pooja service charges can be paid by Cash/Credit Card/PayPal/Check payable to HTCSCI
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Pooja Items:

Turmeric Powder 100 Gram
Kumkum Powder 50 Gram
Sandal Wood Powder 1 Box
Insence Stick (Agarbatti) 1 Packet
Camphor 1 Packet
Coconut 5
Rice 2 Lb
Beetel Leaves 25
Beetel Nuts 1 Small Packet
Flowers 1 Bunches
Navadhanyam (Nine Varieties of Natural Seeds)
5 Types of Fruits Each 5
Milk, Yogurt, Ghee, Honey, Sugar and Juice for Panchamrutam
Rose Water 1 Small Bottle
Raisins, Cashew, Dates, Almonds, Sugur Candy For Prasadam
Blouse Piece (Silk) 1 ½ Meter
Havan Samagri 1 Pack
Dry Coconut 2 count
Lemon 15 count
Lighter 1 count
Fire Wood Pieces 1 Packet
Kesari Halwa (For Homam) ½ Lb
Lemon Rice For Prasadam Any Quantity
Dry Sand
Bricks 24
Aluminium Tray 1 Small
Paper Towel 1 Roll

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