srivasera brahmani, nama tanra 'malini',
sindura, haridra, taila, kha-i, kala, narikela,
diya puje narigana range
srivasera brahmani—the wife of Srivasa Thakura; nama—name; tanra—her; malini—of the name Malini; acaryaratnera—of Candrasekhara (Acaryaratna); patni—wife; sange—along with; sindura—vermilion; haridra—turmeric; taila—oil; kha-i—fused rice; kala—banana; narikela—coconut; diya—giving; puje—worship; nari-gana—ladies; range—in a happy mood.
The wife of Srivasa Thakura, whose name was Malini, accompanied by the wife of Candrasekhara [Acaryaratna] and other ladies, came there in great happiness to worship the baby with paraphernalia such as vermilion, turmeric, oil, fused rice, bananas and coconuts.
Vermilion, kha-i (fused rice), bananas, coconuts and turmeric mixed with oil are all auspicious gifts for such a ceremony. As there is puffed rice, so there is another preparation of rice called kha-i, or fused rice, which, along with bananas, is taken as a very auspicious presentation. Also, turmeric mixed with oil and vermilion makes an auspicious ointment that is smeared over the body of a newly born baby or a person who is going to marry. These are all auspicious activities in family affairs. We see that five hundred years ago at the birth of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu all these ceremonies were performed rigidly, but at present such ritualistic performances hardly ever take place. Generally a pregnant mother is sent to the hospital, and as soon as her child is born he is washed with an antiseptic, and this concludes everything.
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