The Yadnya Man Ceremony in Hinduism Part 1


A series of Manusa Yadnya ceremonies for the perfection of human life in the implementation of the Manusa Yadnya ceremony the problem of place, circumstances, and time are very important in general the ceremony is carried out when the child is experiencing a transitional period because there is an assumption that at that time the child is in a critical condition so that it needs to be celebrated or congratulated in the implementation of all these spiritual efforts and activities, there are still activities in a more tangible form For the advancement of health education and others in preparation for living a social life. 

1. Gedong Gedongan in Garbhadhana brackets now this ceremony is carried out when the pregnancy is 7 months old a means of unifying the  Pamarisuda Byakala Prayascita Tataban as Sesayut Pengambean Pengambean Pengeneng and Sesayut Pamahayu tuwuhIn front of the worship studio, one roll of black thread is tied at both ends to two Dadap branches, bamboo, taro leaves and Ceraken freshwater fish (a place for spices).

 Time: The Garbhadhana ceremony is carried out when the pregnancy is 210 days or 7 months and does not have to be exact but is adjusted to the auspicious day.

Place: The Gabhadhana ceremony is carried out in the courtyard of the house in a makeshift bath that is specially made for it and continues in front of the Kemulan worship studio or Sanggah.

Procedure: This ceremony is led by Pandita, Pinandita, or one of the oldest Pinisepuh.

1. Mothers who are pregnant are first bathed (Siraman) in Parisude followed by Mebiyekala and Prayascita.

2. The mother holds the spice jar in her right hand and holds a taro leaf filled with water and live fish.

3. The husband's left hand holds the thread, his right-hand holds the pointed bamboo.

4. The swami while shifting the thread directly pierced the taro leaf that the wife was carrying until the water and fish spilled.

5. then carry out prayers asking for safety.

6. Closed with a hug and finally Natab

2. Jatakarma Samskara Birth Ceremony This ceremony is carried out when a newborn baby is born. This ceremony is an expression of happiness for the birth of the little one in the world.

Means:

1. Dapetan consists of a Rice-shaped cone with side dishes (Rerasmen) and fruits.

2. Canang sari or canang genten you sew and enjoy.

3. To plant the placenta Mendem placenta requires a dwarf or a small pot with a lid or a coconut whose water is removed.

The implementation of the Jatakarma ceremony schedule is carried out when a new baby is born and has received the first treatment where the Jatakarma ceremony is carried out inside and in front of the door of the house. The birth ceremony is carried out or led by one of the oldest or elder families as well as to plant (Mendem) the placenta. If there is no family, the family living in the overseas area of ​​the father can carry out this ceremony, the procedure for a newborn baby is ceremonial with Banten getting Canang sari Canang Genten Sampian and Pengeneng. cleaned then put into a dwarf or small pot when using coconut, the coconut is first split into two parts then closed again, remember that before the dwarf or coconut is used on the smallest part of the upper part of the coconut is tested with the Omkara Om script and on the bottom of the tool you know, the bottom of the coconut is filled with the characters ah Kara dwarf or coconut then wrapped in white cloth and inside it is given flowers then soybeans or coconut are planted in the yard, precisely on the right side of the door of the house for boys and on the left for women when viewed from the inside home.

3. Pupus navel ceremony Pupus navel ceremony or Pupus navel is a ceremony performed when the baby releases the navel

Means:

1. Banten review of Dadap leaf yellow rice.

2. Banten Kumara, a dish in the form of yellow-white rice, several types of fruit cakes (golden bananas) Canang Wangi Burat Wangi Canang sari.

3. Banten Labaan rice dish with side dishes.

 4.Segehan four fruits with red, white, yellow, and black colors, each containing onions, ginger, and salt.

 The navel pus ceremony is held when the baby has his navel or the navel loss, generally when the baby is 3 days old.

 Place: This ceremony is carried out in the house, especially around the baby's bed.

 Procedure: the baby's navel that has been removed is wrapped in white cloth and then inserted into the Ketupat Kukur, the Ketupat in the shape of a turtledove accompanied by spices such as cloves, nutmeg, pepper, etc., is hung at the foot of the baby's bed to make a latrine for the baby. the place to put the offerings in the place where the placenta is planted is made Sangah Cucuk, underneath it is placed offerings of four colors of rice and in the Sanggah Cucuk is filled with Banten Kumara there is no Mantram for this ceremony. You are welcome to ask for safety in your own way and customs.

4. AON's Release Ceremony

After the baby is 12 days old, a ceremony called the Ngelepas ceremony is made, the child is usually given a new name (name Dheya) as well as the chess relatives or our four brothers after being injured, they change their names including Banaspati Raja, Sangsangkati, Banaspati, and Prajapati.

Facilities:

1. Minor ceremony ( Nista): squeeze Peneneng, single Jerimpen, and others as much as possible.

 2. The usual ceremony (Madya) of squeezing a single Jerimpen here is only added with redemption.

3. A big (main) ceremony, such as a Madia ceremony, only involves Jerimpen Tegeh and is followed by a Joged guardian or weak puppet.

Time: the release ceremony is carried out when the baby is even 12 days old.

 Place: the ceremony is carried out in the yard of the house, namely in the bathing well in the kitchen and in the Kemulan Sanggah.

 executor: to carry out this ceremony led by the most elder family.

 Procedure: the implementation of this ceremony is aimed at the mother and child, the ceremony is carried out in the kitchen in the bathhouse and in Kemulan, the function is to ask for worship before Brahma Vishnu and Shiva. The core Banten for babies is the tall Pasuwungan Banten from the Ajuman Daksina Suci, Soroan alit Penglukatan and others, the Penglukatan in the bathing kitchen and the Kemulan, basically the same, only the color of the cone is different, namely the red cone for the kitchen and the black cone for the bath and a white cone for Kemulan. The main points of the Penglukatan offerings include squeezing with tumpeng Ajuman Daksina, steaming Pengambean Penyeneng and Sorohan alit, and the pot where Tirta is cultivating. 

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