Pasni, the Weaning Ceremony or the Rice Feeding Ceremony is a celebration in Nepal in which a child is first fed rice by the GrandFather. Although centuries-old tradition, modern science has established the fact that a child's digestive system is capable of processing solid food when they are approximately six months old, which is why Pasni is held for when a baby turns six months.
Maroon Velvet Girls Pasni Set
For baby girl fabric Velvet
Embellishment: Moti & Jari Embroided
Sleeve Style: Full Sleeve
Occasions: Pasni, Bhatkhuwai, Weaning
Includes: 1 x Dress set
Wash & Care Cold: Hand Wash