As a science of life and well Ayurveda teaches preconception, antenatal, postnatal and newborn care not only on a physical level but also on a spiritual and emotional one. The Garbha Matha Sanskar promotes the implementation of Ayurvedic practices for the betterment of mother, child and society.
The bond of an unborn child with their parents is endearing and full of hope. This process can be divided into 3 parts.
1. Beeja Sanskar:
The Ayurvedic process smoothens and eases the process, allowing parents to be on a healthy journey. Pre conceptional care
2. Garbha Sanskar:
The mother is closely monitored for her diet, exercise, and medication during pregnancy. Pregnancy care
3. Bala Sanskar:
Ayurveda clearly defines the rituals and procedures to be done after the child’s birth. Fetal care helps in the growth and development of a fetus.
Garbha matha sanskara is about raising a baby in the womb physically, emotionally and spiritually. The mother’s health is very important before she gets pregnant.
The result can be passed from generation to generation and can make a huge difference in society.
Garbha matha sanskara is an integral part of Ayurveda and was an integral part of our ancestral culture. Among the 16 events that change the life of the individual getting healthy offspring is one among them.
A garbhini care should be considered similar to a vessel filled with oil till its brim. So the benefits of Garbha matha sanskar not only lie with the child it includes a healthy father, healthy mother, and healthy offspring leading to the growth and development of a healthy society.
• Improves immunity
• Proper growth and development of the baby
• Speech development
• Achieving all the milestones on time.
• Improves mother’s health physically
• Improves mother’s mental health
So it is important to do garbhamata sanskara for preconception care, prenatal care, ante-natal care and post-natal care, fetal development, and fetal growth.