A Naming Ceremony is an event at which an infant is given a name. The timing is from mere days after birth. All of these pious ceremonies have religious or cultural significance in the whole society.

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Some of the religious or cultural significance are as follows:


Naming a baby girl is usually through the baptism ceremony in Christianity, especially Catholic culture, and to a lesser degree among those Protestants who practice infant baptism. In middle and centre Eastern Convention, infants are usually named on the eighth day of their lives in a special service conducted either in their family home or in church.


In Hinduism, this pious ceremony is traditionally known as the Namkaran or Namakarana Sanskar. The ceremony is conducted in a grand form on the 12th day after the birth of the girl child.


Some secular humanists perform a naming ceremony as a non-religious alternative to ceremonies such as a christening. The purpose is to recognise and celebrate the arrival of a girl child and welcome her into the family and circle of friends. The structure often reflects that of more traditional naming ceremonies, with a formal ceremony led by a humanist celebrant in which the parent’s name ‘guide parents’, ‘mentors’ or ‘supporting adults’ instead of godparents. This is often followed by a celebratory party.


In Islam, the baby is named on the seventh day by the mother and father who make a decision together on what the girl child should be called. They basically an appropriate and meaningful name, usually Islamic, and with a strong positive meaning.


In the Jewish tradition, Girls are named within the first two weeks. Common Ashkenazi tradition says that the baby girls should be named whenever the father is called up to the Torah on an auspicious Torah reading day closest or close to when the girl is born.


In old Wiccan customs, at the beginning of any  (or dedication) ritual, initiates take a Wiccan Name (Craft Name). This name is not at all used in public but is used only when other Wiccans are there religious gatherings or prayer meets. Some of the famous  Wiccan authors are known by their Wiccan name on their books, such as Silver RavenWolf. For a Wiccan, taking up a Wiccan name symbolizes a rebirth of the individual.


In customs of Druidism, the baby naming ceremony may sometimes be called, “The First Oath” and is quite similar like the Wiccan.

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