Pumsavana

Pumsavana (पुंसवन, {IAST|Puṁsavana}) (literally: engendering a male issue) is the second of the 16 saṃskāras (sacraments) practiced by the Hindus. It is performed in the third or fourth month of pregnancy. The pregnant women consume one bead of barley and two beads of black grain accompanied by religious chanting. The relatives of
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