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What is Garb Sanskar?

‘Garbha’ in Sanskrit translates to the baby in your womb, and ‘sanskar’ talks about virtues. So, Garbh Sanskar translates into the process of educating your unborn baby’s mind.

Garb Sanskar is not only about listening to calming music or practicing yoga. It’s a lifestyle - it’s all about maintaining a sound state of mind, not only mentally, but physically, emotionally and spiritually as well.

And you can achieve this by:

If practiced correctly, it can help shape the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual health of your unborn child.

It’s all about starting right, right from the start! Join this exclusive FREE Garbh Sanskar session hosted by our expert Rita Singha to explore the right way of practicing Garbh Sanskar.

Garbh Sanskar Expert Details:

Rita Singha is a renowned Garbh Sanskar Expert, Hypnobirthing Practitioner, Nutritionist, Childbirth and Antenatal Health Educator. She is also a founder of Rita’s Pregnancy 101 and is a proud author of "Why Breastfeed and Weaning Diet Recipes".

What Will The Session Cover?

  • What is Garbha Sanskar?
  • When to start Garbha Sanskar?
  • How to do Garbha Sanskar
  • Factors which affect Garbha Sanskar

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You can start practicing Garb Sanskar immediately after you conceive as well. However, since the baby’s brain develops exponentially around 15 to 20 weeks after conception and is known to emit its own brain waves by the 7th month of pregnancy1 - you can start implementing Garbh Sanskar from either 3rd or 4th month of your pregnancy to obtain maximum benefits of the practice.
Garbh Sanskar offers a wide array of benefits for both, the child and the mother.
  • Improves cognitive health of the baby
  • Helps achieve major growth milestones on time
  • Shapes a confident, calm and positive personality for the baby
  • Develops a stronger bond between the mother and baby
  • Keeps the mother stress free and happy during pregnancy
  • May improve the chances of having a normal delivery and reduce chances of complications related to pregnancy
Here are few activities you can perform to implement Garbh Sanskar successfully:
  • Practice light exercises or yoga to remain physically active (consult your doctor before you do)
  • Listen to calming music
  • Read calming and positive books that makes you feel happy
  • Maintain a healthy diet throughout the pregnancy
  • Pursue hobbies that help channel your creativity
  • Try meditation to eliminate stress
  • Seek aromatherapy sessions
  • Talk to your baby about day-to-day activities
  • In general, maintain a positive mindset
7% of pregnant women experience depression during pregancy.2 Apart from the treatment and the therapy sessions that can help fight depression, the practice of Garbh Sanskar can also help pregnant women plan your sleep patterns, diet and other routine activities that can significantly reduce the chances of developing depression and improve the overall quality of life.

Not just that, it makes it possible to impart essential learnings to the unborn baby that can become an integral part of shaping the baby’s personality from the get-go.
Yes, the Garbh Sanskar session is conducted every fortnight