“Experience the Benefits of Garbh Sanskar: A Comprehensive Program Launched by Samruddhini Nyas for Healthy Pregnancy and Child Development”
“Unleashing the Power of the Womb: Samruddhini Nyas Launches ‘Garbh Sanskar’ Program for Expecting Mothers”
NEW DELHI: Samruddhini Nyas, an organization affiliated with the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS), has launched a new campaign called ‘Garbh Sanskar’ for pregnant women. The campaign aims to teach culture and values to children in the womb. The National Organization Secretary of Samruddhini Nyas, Madhuri Marathe, announced that the organization is preparing a program in collaboration with gynecologists, Ayurvedic doctors, and yoga instructors to recite Gita and Ramayana and teach yoga to pregnant women. The campaign seeks to inculcate cultural values in children who are still inside the womb.
The program, which is expected to run from conception until the child is two years old, emphasizes memorizing verses and chaupai from Gita. Samruddhini Nyas believes that a baby growing inside the womb can learn up to five hundred words.
Samruddhini Nyas organized a workshop on Sunday at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi to launch the campaign. Many gynecologists participated in the workshop, including some from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences.
Samruddhini Nyas is a unit of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a right-wing nationalist organization in India. The women’s cell of the RSS is the Rashtriya Swayamsevika Samiti.
What is Garbh Sanskar?
Garbh Sanskar is an ancient Indian practice that aims to ensure that the unborn child receives a proper upbringing. It is a set of practices that involve the mother’s lifestyle choices, such as her diet, physical activity, and mental state, during pregnancy. The goal of Garbh Sanskar is to provide a healthy and nurturing environment for the developing fetus.
Garbh Sanskar has its roots in ancient Indian scriptures, including the Vedas, Upanishads, and Puranas. These texts provide guidance on the ideal behavior and practices for pregnant women to follow. They emphasize the importance of a mother’s emotional and mental state during pregnancy and the impact it can have on the child.
The practice of Garbh Sanskar has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years, with many organizations promoting its benefits. The practice has gained the attention of the scientific community, with several studies exploring the relationship between a mother’s behavior during pregnancy and the child’s development.
Benefits of Garbh Sanskar
Garbh Sanskar is believed to have several benefits for both the mother and child. Some of the benefits include:
Improved physical health: The practices associated with Garbh Sanskar, such as yoga and meditation, can improve the mother’s physical health during pregnancy, leading to a healthier baby.
Improved emotional health: Garbh Sanskar emphasizes the importance of a mother’s emotional and mental state during pregnancy. This can help reduce stress and anxiety and promote emotional well-being.
Better cognitive development: Garbh Sanskar aims to provide a nurturing environment for the developing fetus, which can lead to better cognitive development in the child.
Improved behavior: The cultural and moral values taught during Garbh Sanskar can help instill good behavior in children from an early age.
Despite its popularity, Garbh Sanskar has also faced criticism from some quarters. Critics argue that there is no scientific evidence to support the claims made by proponents of the practice. Some have even labeled it as pseudoscience.
Others have criticized the practice for placing undue pressure on pregnant women to behave in a certain way. They argue that pregnant women already face a lot of stress and pressure, and adding more expectations can be harmful.