Aksharabhyasam (Vidyarambham)

Rs. 2,500.00

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God / Goddess / Legend

  • Saraswati

Specific Date / Occasion

  • It is done before your kid goes to school, so if you are planning to send him to play school early, you can perform this on the Vijayadashami before your kid starts school.
  • Usually it is done between 2 years and 3 years of age.
  • Viyaya Dasami
  • Vasant Panchami / Shri Panchami
  • Sraavana Pournami / Raakhi Pournami


  • It is a traditional religious function in which the child is given initiation of education so that the child is ready to receive formal education. This ritual involves Goddess Saraswati puja.
  • This ritual is very common in Hindu families of Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Telangana.

Process / Procedure

  • Since it is an auspicious occasion, the child should take a bath before the function. You can dress up your little girl in a pattu paavadai (silk skirt and blouse) or dhoti for your little boy.
  • Generally the temple priest, otherwise the child’s grandfather, father or uncle will be the guru. The child will be seated on the lap of the guru.
  • Guru will hold the index finger of the child and write the following mantra on a plate full of rice grains or sand. - OM HARI SRI GANAPATAYE NAMAHA
  • After this guru will take a golden ring and write the same mantra on the child’s tongue.
  • As you know all the rituals and ceremonies that we perform have some underlying meaning to it. The guru makes the child write on rice. Rice denotes prosperity.
  • Through the mantra we are asking the blessings of Lord Ganesha, the remover of obstacles.
  • The mantra is written on the tongue with gold to seek the blessing of Goddess Saraswati.
  • This simple ceremony reminds us that knowledge is the most valuable possession one can acquire during his lifetime.


  • One Hour (Includes time for both preparation for Puja and actual Puja.)


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