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Annaprasana refers to giving the kid its first solid food, typically Payasam or Paluannam. The baby’s health and prosperity are the main goals of the pooja.



When a kid is prepared to go from liquid to solid food, a ceremony called annaparana, also known as “grain initiation or rice feeding,” is conducted. The child is typically given very little rice or sweet payasam to eat.

The ritual starts with a pooja, during which mantras are performed for the baby’s wellbeing. Next, the Prasada, or first bite of solid food, generally Payasa, is fed symbolically.

When to Perform Annaprasana?

  • This ceremony is conducted on the 6th or 7th month.
  • The date can be selected that is compatible with the Janma Nakshatra of the child on a good and an auspicious thithi and yoga.


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