Ceremonies frame a critical piece of each religion. Hinduism is no special case to it. Indeed, Hinduism has most number of ceremonies/ rituals than mmost other religion. The greater part of the ceremonies are for individual advantages while some of them are for world peace and for advantages of the entire society and condition too. Hinduism isolates life in a few phases and each stage is related with a custom e.g. birth of a kid, marriage, demise, and so forth. It is not mandatory to take after every one of them but rather they are exceedingly suggested. Presently a day, Hindus don't play out the greater part of the customs on account of the adjustments in way of life. Hindu ceremonies have some sort of supernatural science related with them. A few people could discover them obsolete or pointless, however they do have profound implications and truly help individuals.
1. Garbhadhana: First Samskara done quickly after the marriage.
2. Pumsavana: A custom done in the third month of pregnancy.
3. Simanatonayana: A custom done in the fourth or fifth month of pregnancy.
4. Jatakarman: A custom done quickly after a male youngster is conceived.
5. Namakarana: Naming service performed on the twelfth day of the birth.
6. Nishkramana: A custom done when child is first taken out from the house after birth.
7. Annaprashana: When kid begins to eat strong nourishment in the 6th month.
8. Chudakarna: Cutting the kid's hair surprisingly.
9. Karnavedha: Ear puncturing.
10. Vidyarambha: Starting the training of the child.
11. Upanayana: Thread service
12. Praishartha: Learning of Vedas and Upanishadas.
13. Keshanta and Ritushuddhi: Keshanta is for young men and ritushuddhi is for young ladies.
14. Samavartana: Ceremony toward the finish of formal training.
15. Vivaha: Marriage service.
16. Antyeshti or Antim Sanskar: A custom done at the season of incineration/ cremation.