Samavartan Sanskar is performed before entering the grahstha ashram or the life of a householder. This is performed at the end of child’s study in Gurukul. The student has to take the permission of his guru before entering the grahastha ashram. After this the guru gives him important guidelines or tips for the grahstha ashram.Samvartana or Snana, the end of studenthood. This ceremony marks the end of the Brahmacharya stage of life. The boy returns to live at home after living in his guru's home. Snana or bathing constitutes an important part of this ceremony, symbolising the crossing of the ocean of learning. Therefore the sanskara itself is often referred to as Snana.