Abhiram J.Devadiga (11) son of Janardhana Devadiga, Teacher, Byndoor, who belongs to a well known Beskoor family of Bijoor / Byndoor had ‘Upanayanam Samskaara’ duly performed by Vedic rituals in Brahmin Purohits at Shri. Ekanatheshwari Temple Barkur.
After the boy is eighty-ten years old, Munji (Brahmopadesa) does. The boy sits on a couch and rubs coconut oil with turmeric on his head. When the barber cuts off all the remaining hair on the boy’s head. Mother and son dine in the same leaf on a bath. The boy has given a punch of dried punch and covered in turmeric water that day. Turmeric for Cowpea. Dagger (mounji) made from the nose for the waist. A lone Sunday, a pearl of a pearl. From the day of Munji, he has called Brahmachari.
When the Munji Shastras have finished. The Muttaiks offer alms to the Brahmachari. He then takes the celibate to the outer palm tree and places it in the mud pear and plant it. From that day on, he must follow the Rules of Practice (Pradasandhya, Observation, Midday, Evening) Lie on the mat. These are the rites that the celibate must follow.
From there he spends a few years practicing. Guru receives blessings and returns home.