The Sanskrit word Garbh means foetus in the womb and Sanskar means educating the mind. So, Garbh sanskar essentially means educating the mind of the foetus. It is traditionally believed that a child's mental and behavioural development starts as soon as he is conceived. His personality begins to take shape in the womb, and this can be influenced by the mother's state of mind during pregnancy. This knowledge can be traced back to ancient scriptures and is included in the Ayurveda.

Garbh Sanskar involves a set of practices such as reciting certain mantras to your baby, talking to your baby in the womb, listening to music, performing spiritual activities such as pujas, meditating and eating healthily.

How it helps your unborn baby ?

Reports say that Garbh Sanskar can be traced back to ancient Hindu texts and Vedas as early as 1500-500 BC. It also finds reference in the Mahabharata which was written roughly around 400 BC. It also forms an important part of the ancient Ayurvedic principles.

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Punmasavan Sanskar

All parents have a dream of begetting the healthy, intellectual and beautiful progeny; this is also evident from the reference of the word like “Suputrkameeya” in classics. The influence of diet, psyche and other routines of mother on the fetus has been talked since ages. Ayurveda describes simple methods to procure a healthy offspring and the planning of which starts from the selection of partner. These methods are popularized as ‘garbhasamskara’ worldwide. Pumsavana Karma is one of the Shodasha Karmas (Sixteen rituals) performed in various stages of life in ancient India. It deals with the technique of genetic engineering to ensure healthy progeny.

This ceremony is performed in the second, third and the fourth month of pregnancy to beget a healthy child.

This process promotes overall growth in a natural way. Due to its broader benefits, it is not only useful for normal children, its much more beneficial for children with special needs such as autism, learning difficulties, attention deficit disorder, hyper activity, delayed milestones, etc.