Puja Description :- Annaprashnam Puja Online
Annaprashan is the first ceremony of the baby where grain (usually rice) feeding is done, prior to this ceremony baby only drinks milk but from this day baby can consume food. This ceremony is usually organized by a priest on an auspicious day. Annaprashan can be done when the baby is seven to eight months old when the teeth have begun to appear. Usually Kheer or Payas is cooked for the baby for the ritual. Annaprashan ritual is a celebration for the family members, hence friends and neighbors and relatives are invited to this function and a traditional feast is cooked with sweets. Annaprashan ritual is known to be very important in India, it is largely celebrated by Hindus spread across the country. Annaprashan is a Sanskrit term which is known as “Mukhe Bhaat” in Bengal and “Choroonu” in Kerala.