Online Rice Eating Ceremony Invitation Card



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Presenting our latest Bengal inspired Kantha Embroidery Designed Online Rice Eating Ceremony Invitation Card. It has all cute kid elements like pinwheel, fish, birdies & sun, all in dotted graphics – kantha embroidery styled design. Annaprashan is the first time a baby is fed solid food and the Bengali tradition is to feed rice, famously called as Rice Eating / Rice Feeding ceremony. We love the bright & pastel color combination that gives the chidlike feel to the Online Rice Eating Ceremony Invitation Card. To view more designs, click here.

What is a first rice ceremony?

It’s commonly known as your baby’s first feeding or first rice-eating ceremony and called choroonu in Kerala, Mukhe Bhaat in Bengal and Bhaat Khulai in the Garhwal hills. A popular Hindu custom, Annaprashan marks the beginning of solid food in your baby’s life. Pasni, the Weaning Ceremony or the Rice Feeding Ceremony is a Nepalese celebration in which a child is first fed rice by the maternal grandfather.

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