Vedarambha Sanskar: The ceremony officially starts the life of the child as a learner. The teachers / guru or priest officially bring the child to life of learning.
- Let’s first learn the significance and importance of Vedaarambh Sanskar.
- Then we will learn about the Puja items.
- We will do Panch Peeth puja.
- We will conclude the Vedaarambh Sanskar with a small Yagna.
STEP 1: Let’s understand Vedaarambh Sanskar
Watch the video to know the significance and importance of this Vedaarambh Sanskar.
STEP 2: Let’s Collect Puja Items for Vedaarambh Sanskar & Learn their Significance
- Moli (red thread)
- Roli (red powder)
- Incense sticks
- Sweets, Fruits
- Curd (Yogurt)
- Clarified butter (Ghee)
- Dry fruits
- Yagyopavit (sacred thread)
STEP 3: Let’s understand Vedaarambh Sanskar
First we will do the panch peeth puja
Let's follow the video through this step.
STEP 5: Now Let's Perform Havan
We will conclude the Vedaarambh Sanskar ceramony with a small havan or yagna.
Watch and follow along with the video to perform the havan.
We will conclude Vedaarambh Sanskar with the aarti or Shanti Path
Let’s do the Shanti Path.
Puja is considered complete after we offer dakshina
Regional Information For Vedaarambh Sanskar
The ceremony officially starts the life of the child as a learner. The teachers / guru or priest officially bring the child to life of learning.
Vedarambh sanskar is done by some people on the same day as Yagyopavit sanskar and in some cultures, it is done on the next day. The teacher says : Let’s begin the path of learning and education. He states that the way mother nourishes the baby’s body and soul in the womb for nine months; he will nourish your brain and soul for the time till the baby is student with him.
Teacher also states that the way he has been blessed by his ancestors, gurus, and god, he will pass on all the learning’s to the next generation.He also pledges to instill the intellect and the values in the child; which will make him a better human being. Te tradition of Vedarambh sanskar started from the time of Lord Ram. Although the mantras and were always mentioned in the Vedas, but there was no explanation of these mantras before Ramayana. When Lord Ram started his education, the explanation of these mantras and tradition was explained in Ramayana. The same was also mentioned in puranas as well. From that time onwards these sanskar became well understood and adopted by a lot of people.