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Annaprashan, also known as annaprashan vidhi, annaprasan, or Anna-prasanam is a Hindu sanskara, a rite-of-passage ritual that marks an infant's first intake of food other than milk. The term annaprashan literally means "food feeding" or "eating of food". The ceremony is usually arranged in consultation with a priest, who arranges an auspicious date on which to conduct the ceremony.

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