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How chhaithi ritual of a newly born baby girl is performed in Kshyatriya family of Nepalese or Hindus. Will any body help me since I am to perform this ritual tonight.
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Name: MGD
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Namaste all Please can anyone tell me about the 6th day and 12th day rituals of a new born baby as per Mauritian custom originating from Bihar, India. Thankyou.
Name: diyya
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is it necessary 4 mother to take bath on chhahhi??????
Name: anne
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whos residence does the chathi happened at? Sister-in-laws, the babies mother's mother or the mother of the child?
Name: Vijay
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Please e-mail me how this ceremony is performed in Aggarwals (Banyas) by materanal parents
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Hi All, My baby has measles and I was wondering if anyone can explain the prayer that needs to be done and when. Also is there a website that explains tamil rituals and customs?
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Could someone tell me more abt the nine days prayer (Tamil Customs)
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Name: Shashika
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i am Hindi-speaking married into a tamil-speaking family. we usually perform a chathi, but according to south african tamil tradition, they perform what they call a 9-day-ceremony. does anyone know the correct tamil term for this ceremony and what exactly does it involve?
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Can anyone tell me how to perform satavi(chhati) pooja in maharashtrian way?
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How is the chhati ceremony performed in Bihar? Any insight is appreciated...also, can i mail out invitations for the chhati?
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Name: Nirmala Verma
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CHHATHI IN KAYASHTHAS: AMBASHTHAS This ceremony is performed when the baby is six days to twenty-one days old. This ceremony is primarily for family members with relatives and friends and is timed to take place late at afternoon: dopahar, say between two o’clock and five o’clock. It is also unique among certain kayasthas (such as Ambastha/ Nigam/ Bhatnagar/ Mathur not to have priests presiding over this ceremony but only paternal grandfather). However, Srivastavas and Karan Kayasthas call for a priest and tie a roli. Also to remember is the point that in Ambashthas / Nigam/ Bhatnagar/ Mathur the first child is held at the maternal grandmother’s home and this ceremony is performed as below except that the roles are reversed. According to Hindu mythology and puranas, there was a belief that on the 6th day after the birth of the child, Vidhaata (Goddess of destiny) would quietly enter the house around midnight to pen the destiny of the newborn. Traditionally the mother of the newborn lights a lamp (diya). This lamp along with a red pen and paper are placed on a wooden plank for Vidhaata to write the future of the newborn. The mother, while holding the newborn in her arms, kneels before the lamp, which is supposed to symbolize Vidhaata. The chhathi ceremony in Kayashthas is one where it is said God writes the child's fortune or "lekh." . Part I: Yellow cloth for child Yellow/Red / Pink cloth for mother Green cloth for stool Stool String/ Dori A diwa / candle, Moong beans, Kumkum (vermillion), A piece of solid haldi (whole turmeric), A fresh notebook And a red pen A diwa / candle, some beans 1.25 Kgs, Kumkum (vermillion), a piece of solid haldi (whole tumeric), a fresh notebook and a red pen are placed on a table or stool that is covered in green cloth. The kumkum is used to make a Hindu swastika on the green cloth. Before the book is placed, a red "Aum" should be drawn and the child's date and time of birth should be written. The book should be placed with the diwa in front and the pen facing from the diwa to the book, symbolizing God writing the child's future. White string that has been coloured yellow (placed in tumeric water) is loosely placed around the child's neck, waist, both hands and both feet as well as tied around the mother's right foot. Part II: Starting with the father's sister four women (daadi, mother, phua and chachi). take the child in a red cloth on their laps. The first woman places a kumkum mark on the child’s forehead. Then the child is gently taken in her arms and held to touch edge of the stool/table four times (as if you were offering the child from your lap to the Lord). After each person's turn a very small bit of sweet gohr or gohr water (jaggery) should be given to the child by the person. It is said that the first person who feeds gohr to the child after birth (gohr is usually given to the child immediately after birth, before the first feed as a sweet welcoming to the world) the child will share the same type of personality and that person. More importantly, at each turn in the Chatthi ceremony, the child should be turned to that he or she could see the diwa, which is said to allow the child to see God and learn to follow his path. Among the ambashtha, Nigams and Bhatnagars: maternal grandmother and maternal aunt Strictly excluded in partII. They can however witness it. Part III: Newborn child is seated in the lap of child's mother and cow milk is touched on the lips of child by buwa (sister of child's father) and other elderly relations showering blessings on the child. Kajal is applied by the Bua or a chachi. Bua is given gifts by the child’s paternal grandmother. There is however a reversal of the case of first child where all the ceremonies have to be performed at the maternal grandmother’s house. Part IV: The mother now distributes Moong among the relatives along with rice. The paternal grandmother hands over the following to her daughters’ relatives: Two Paan leaves each Five betelnuts each Five yellow flowers Two fruits and Saunf A prayer is offered to God for His blessings. Gifts are offered to the child . The Paternal grandfather has to take the child to his parents and all his forefathers, deceased relatives by making an image of them (inscribing Aum on a yellow cloth). In this he should be accompanied by the maternal grandfather( In Ambashthas). Offerings of ghee and silver fish/ paan betelnut have to be made. (No sweets are to be offered) Part IV: A feast is held. at night where the following have to be made in Mathurs/ Karan and Ambashthas: Fish Brinjal Spinach And three other vegetables: Drinking is allowed as is nonvegetarian food ( as is in all kayastha ceremonies except Diwali)
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Name: Dr Anjali
Country: india
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This is a good attempt to tell the scientific reasons underlying these rituals and practices,for those who discard them as old tradition.There are other sanskars also such as Annaprasana,at the age of six months. contact if i can help.anjali55@yahoo.com
Name: Anjali
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The chhathi ceremony in Hinduism is one where it is said God writes the child's fortune or "lekh." A diwa (candle), some moong beans, kumkum (vermillion), a piece of solid haldi (whole tumeric), a fresh notebook and a red pen are placed on a table or stool that is covered in green cloth. The kumkum is used to make a Hindu swastika on the green cloth. Before the book is placed, a red "Aum" should be drawn and the child's date and time of birth should be written. The book should be placed with the diwa in front and the pen facing from the diwa to the book, symbolizing God writing the child's future. White string that has been coloured yellow (placed in tumeric water) is loosely placed around teh child's neck, waist, both hands and both feet as well as tied around the mother's right foot. Starting with the father's sister four women take take the child in a red cloth on their laps. The first woman places a kumkum mark on the childs forehead. Then the child is gently taken in her arms and held to touch edge of the stool/table four times (as if you were offering the child from your lap to the Lord). After each person's turn a very small bit of sweet gohr or gohr water (jaggery) should be given to the child by the person. It is said that the first person who feeds gohr to the child after birth (gohr is usually given to the child immediately after birth, before the first feed as a sweet welcoming to the world) the child will share the same type of personality and that person. More importantly, at each turn in the Chatthi ceremony, the child should be turned to that he or she can see the diwa, which is said to allow the child to see God and learn to follow his path.
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Name: Anupam Kumar Shrivastav
Country: india
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Hi, I was looking for a nice invitation letter for the celebration for chathi of my new born daughter, and i came upon this side, we have already done the chathi among our family members at home, and now we have do another one whoch would be more of a welcome party, what we did was a mix of all the points that have seen here, hwever there were many things of which the relavance is clear to me only now after reading this complete article. was really nice. thanks
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Name: dt
Country: india
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The chhathi ceremony in Hinduism is one where it is said God writes the child's fortune or "lekh." A diwa (candle), some moong beans, kumkum (vermillion), a piece of solid haldi (whole tumeric), a fresh notebook and a red pen are placed on a table or stool that is covered in green cloth. The kumkum is used to make a Hindu swastika on the green cloth. Before the book is placed, a red "Aum" should be drawn and the child's date and time of birth should be written. The book should be placed with the diwa in front and the pen facing from the diwa to the book, symbolizing God writing the child's future. White string that has been coloured yellow (placed in tumeric water) is loosely placed around teh child's neck, waist, both hands and both feet as well as tied around the mother's right foot. Starting with the father's sister four women take take the child in a red cloth on their laps. The first woman places a kumkum mark on the childs forehead. Then the child is gently taken in her arms and held to touch edge of the stool/table four times (as if you were offering the child from your lap to the Lord). After each person's turn a very small bit of sweet gohr or gohr water (jaggery) should be given to the child by the person. It is said that the first person who feeds gohr to the child after birth (gohr is usually given to the child immediately after birth, before the first feed as a sweet welcoming to the world) the child will share the same type of personality and that person. More importantly, at each turn in the Chatthi ceremony, the child should be turned to that he or she can see the diwa, which is said to allow the child to see God and learn to follow his path. Hope that helps. If you have more questions, email at jm678@yahoo.com
Name: punjabi
Country: india
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In Multan area of panjab (now in Pakistan)Chhati is considered to be the first important day in life of a new born child. New born child is seated in the lap of child's mother and cow milk is touched on the lips of child by buwa (sister of child's father ) and other elderly relations showering blessings on the child.A prayer is offered to God for His blessings. Gifts are offered to the child and a feast is held. Ceremony is held at night time. In my opinion the ceremony is held to provide opportunity to relatives and friends to come and meet the newly born child.
Name: HINDU
Country: england
Comment:
Hi i am paz i want to know more about how hindu (gujarati people)do the chathi ceremony, if anybody know please let me know par_kot@hotmail.com
Name: Hindu Parent
Country: usa
Comment:
Its good to know about the chhathi ceremony but it would be a good help if someone can narrate his/her experince about how the chhathi puja is performed
Name: Ask the Muse
Country: usa
Comment:
Here's variation of the chathi ceremony by Indian Ismailis. Parents have a little party where other little kids come to see the infant. The grandparent whispers a prayer in the child's ear. Kids eat rab-chai (rice cake and a yoghurt drink (chaas), get some goodies to take home. This is the way chati used to be celebrated about 30 years ago. I'd love to hear about variations and sources forthe practice of chathi. Please email me at askthemuse@homestead.com



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