Naamkaran FunctionsMorya Arts And Decoration
In Hinduism, the ceremony is traditionally known as Namkaran or Namakarana Sanskar, this ceremony is conducted in an elaborate form on the 12th day after birth.
The Namakarma Sanskar is usually held after the first 11 nights of a baby's delivery. These 11 post-natal days are considered as a period during which the child is adjusting to the new environment and thus very vulnerable to infections.
So, we are doing decorations in namkaran functions.