On the eleventh day of the delivery or on any other suitable date, ladies of the
neighbourhood, near relatives and ladies in the house collect in the morning. The mother and the
baby are properly bathed and suitably dressed. Thereafter small pieces of bhojpatra bark are burnt
and lighted barks moved round the heads of the two by turns. A specific folk song is chanted,
perhaps to ward off the bad omens and to wish a further safe delivery in due time. This has its
origin in the Punaswan sanskara, one of the sixteen prescribed in the rule book. These pieces of the
bark are then dipped into the water kept in a pot nearby. This is called Burza Myet.