KanyaSamskar ~ Self Experience by Ankita Neerpaje

Posted by Shishir Angadi
August 23, 2017

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#KanyaSamskara is the integral of a part of our vedic tradition to provide ‘Samskar’ – the right culture to the Girls of the society. Once a girl gets good Samskar, effective management of the personal and professional life is no difficult task to her!

It is that, the girls get to realise about themselves and what is right and wrong in them ~ for them; It helps to take right direction and right decisions in various aspects of life and in the development of every individual. It avoids the negative energy and getting pulled towards unnecessary things.. All the girls who have undertaken #Kanyasamskara and their family members have experienced improvement in their lives.

I am really very very lucky and proud that even I am one of them.. Every parent has felt fortunate after their daughters had #KanyaSamskar.. They are ever ready to share much about the improvement in their life.

Upon the request of devotees,this #Kanyasamskara which is a part of Bodhayama GruhyaSutra which was an integral part of the rituals in the old days, was revived by HH Jagadguru Shankaracharya SriSri Raghaveshwara Bharathi Swamiji of Sri Ramachandrapura Matha.

On the day of KanyaSamkara, Panchagavya Havana is performed by the priest in the public place and Mantropadesham (Upadesham of a shloka) is graced by HH Sri Swamiji. Those who undertake #KanyaSamskara have to chant (Japa) that shloka every morning and evening for at least 108 times

Totally, #Kanyasamskara can be said as an energy booster and adds positivity to the life! My self experience says the concentration level, ability to co-op up with tough situation, positive thinking and mental strength has increased in a big way.

All thanks to Sri Raghaveshwara Bharathi Swamiji and Dharmik Dept of Sri Matha for rejuvenating the forgotten culture back into the present generation, which assures better future for the girls.

As always, there will be people to condemn the right culture and tradition, but it is our responsibility to focus on what is right and what exactly is needed for better society.

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