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Is it OK to Keep the Name as Rudraksh or Rudraksha of a Baby Boy’s First Child?

Deepika Kaushik

Written by Deepika Kaushik

Is it OK to Keep the Name as Rudraksh or Rudraksha of a Baby Boy’s First Child?

Typically, in India, a child either boy or girl is named after the grand puja or name ceremony which is termed as Naamkaran. This ceremony takes place after few days of the baby’s birth, generally on the 6, 11, 12, and 14. 

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Well, if we talk about the name, then the name is given on the basis of nakshatra, time and date of birth, and more. 

To be noted, Rudraksh means Fierce Eyed, Part of God Shiva, and A Name of Lord Shiva. On the contrary, Rudraksha means born from Rudra’s eyes or Lord Rudra’s teardrops. 

In my opinion, naming your kid either as Rudraksh or Rudraksha would be fine. Yet, if you believe in the spelling of the name, you should consult the priest. Because being aware of everything, a priest can give you the best advice.

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Deepika Kaushik
Deepika Kaushik

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