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Customs and Traditions:Making Children aware of Indian Culture
Name: Editor
Does your child love, respect and follow our Indian culture? How to make children understand the importance of Indian culture? Which are the important aspects of Indian culture which children must know?
Name: Aisha
Subject:  Indian culture is very nice
I love and respect Indian culture. Even outsiders like it so much and they respect it so much. Therefore, it is the responsibility of every Indian to protect and preserve Indian culture by teaching our children to protect and follow Indian culture. The values which are taught by Indian culture cannot be seen in any other county of the world. It is very essential to preserve this rich culture of India.

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Name: Kavita
Subject:  Children and Culture

Basically children are taught about Indian Culture in schools. But parents are also responsible to teach children love Indian culture. At the same time, parents themselves should show love and respect towards Indian culture because at the end of the day children follow parents and behave like them. Therefore, children will imbibe this habit if parents follow Indian culture properly.

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Name: Rima
Subject:  Indian Culture
This is a very good article for helping children understand and start loving our Indian Culture. It is very important to make children understand the importance of Indian culture at an early age. As parents it is our responsibility to teach children preserve and protect India Culture. It is very good that your site is promoting such topics like preserving and protecting Indian Culture.
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upanayanam ceremony
dear kala,

Congratulations to you and your brother ! It is very good that you were able to do all the rituals on your brother. Though he might have resisted it a bit, what matters is that, he was tonsured , his ears were bored and his nose was pierced.

Also you feminized him, he must have looked so cute and precious ! :)
... - sanjana [View Message]
brothers upanayanam
dear sanjana,

finally the upanayanam completed for my brother on 13-mar at our village.Elders in our house were very strict about everything.we had some tough time in convincing my brother about this.

He is the only boy in this house in our generation (my fathers brother has 2 daughters). Initially he resisted for nose piercing and feminize, but h... - kala [View Message]
your brother´ s upanyanam
dear kala,

I am glad that you have decided to go ahead with the nose piercing as well.well. Off course it will be really painful for your brother and wearing a nose earring wont be exactly comfortable. But the point is,it is a ritual, hence it has to be done.

About feminizing , I think you should start slowly and then proceed.If he does not coop... - sanjana [View Message]
Brothres upanayanam
dear sanjana, thank you so much for the reply.

From The moment we told about this upanayanam my brother read all about the rituals in internet. He is really worried about nose piercing and feminizing. He seems to be alright with head tonsure and ear piercing.

we planned the ceremony in 3rd week of feb.

my grand parents wants to go wit... - kala [View Message]
your brother´ s upanyanam
dear kala,
Having conducted many traditional upanayanam ceremonies i can provide you with a lot of information.regarding your doubts:

1) as you said the boy' s head has to be shaved and his ears pierced and he has to wear earrings.About the nose piercing,not all boys have this done on them.While nose piercing has advantages and the boy does look cute wit... - sanjana [View Message]
Help Regarding Brothers Upanayanam
Hello All,

We are planning to perform upanayanam function for our brother. can some one pls clarify the below points

1. Apart from head tonsuring and ear piercing, is nose piercing mandatory
2. How long he has to wear the jewellery
3. Do we need to feminize him before, during and after the function?. he is 16 years old, so not sure abo... - kala garikapati [View Message]
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Could you please suggest some modern name for Lord Murugan (Shiva' s son). I would like to name my son.
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