Mundan Sanskar is a highly important Vedic ritual or cultural tradition that has deep scientific as well as spiritual importance. It is claimed that while the kid is in the mother's womb, microbiological contaminants grow in the hair on his or her scalp, which tend to stay and, in fact, proliferate after birth. Even after washing the baby's head, these pollutants stay on the scalp and hair.
By shaving the baby's head for the first time or conducting his or her Mundan Sanskar, all microbiological contaminants are eliminated from the baby's scalp. This procedure helps the baby's mental development and supports a healthy brain and neurological system.
When a kid goes through Mundan Sanskar, he or she loses a lot of bad karmas from previous lives that have followed them into this one. Surprisingly, according to the holy texts, Mundan is a rite that bestows a long and healthy life to the kid. Mundan Sanskar stimulates a child's subconscious mind and urges him or her to accomplish virtuous karmas in this lifetime.
Every important life event in Hindu culture takes place at a certain period of time known as a Muhurat. Depending on the transitory motions of several planets or their locations in the cosmos at any particular time, a Muhurat can be both auspicious and inauspicious.