Among all Shodasha Samskaras or 16-ceremonies, Karnavedha or Ear piercing is another Hindu ceremony that advocates immense health benefits to a person. Not only in India but in other countries, ear piercing is a cultural observance and mandatory practice.
In Sanskrit, “Karna” means “Ear,” and “Vedha” means “piercing.” It is a common practice between males and females in every civilization. In Hinduism, this practice aims to open the inner ears of the child to receive sacred sounds.
Watch this video to get knowledge about the significance and importance of Karnavedha Custom in Hinduism.
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