Upcoming Event : Garbha Sanskar for Future Mother

1.What is Garbha sanskar?
Garbha sanskar is a Sanskrit term, which literally means ‘education in the womb’. 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 Vedas.

According to Garbha sanskar, your baby is able to sense and respond to outside influences like music and other sounds as well as your thoughts and feelings. That is why well-meaning elders in the family, talk about the importance of staying positive and relaxed during pregnancy.

2.How does Garbha sanskar work?
To help a mother remain in the best possible frame of mind in the interest of her growing baby, Garbha sanskar suggests a set of practices and way of life.

This includes reading or seeing things that make you happy, communicating with your baby, performing spiritual activities like holy Books, meditating and eating healthily.

What we include

1.Spiritual and Scientific aspects of Birthing
2. Babies are Conscious, Aware and Communicative beings (Scientific facts)
3. Effect of Emotional Disturbances on Development of Babies
4. Guidance for Diet during Pregnancy
5. Yoga during Pregnancy
6. Prayer, Meditation and more

Participants : Only pregnant women / Future Mother (in all months of pregnancy).
Language : Hindi, English
Duration : Approx. 2 hours
Donation Contribution: Rs.600/- (same for 1 person)

Recommended by Dr. Aruna Kalra

(Director of Gynaecology Department, CK Bilra Hospital Gurgaon)

Dr. Aruna Kalra brings with her over 17 years of experience in Obstetrics and Gynaecology across some of the best hospitals in Delhi NCR including Batra Hospital, Paras Hospital and Kasturba Medical College. She graduated from BRD Medical college and KMC Manglore and has been awarded with a gold medal in academic excellence. An expert in scarless laparoscopic surgeries, her areas of interest include minimally invasive gynaecological surgeries, high-risk pregnancies and vaginal birth after caesarean (VBAC).