The science behind Garbh Sanskar! The Sanskrit word Garbh means fetus in the womb and Sanskar means educating the mind. So, Garbh Sanskar essentially means educating the mind of the fetus. It is traditionally believed that a child’s mental and behavioral development starts as soon as she/he is conceived. His/Her personality begins to take shape in the womb, and this can be influenced by the mother’s state of mind during pregnancy.


Grabh Sanskar has gained importance because researches have proved its relevance and results in the development of the child. There are scientific evidences to prove that a baby inside the mother’s womb responds to the outside stimulus and can listen. Doctors and experts also believe that there is a significant effect of the hormonal secretions that are activated by the thoughts of a mother on the unborn baby.

Garbha sanskar can be traced back to ancient Hindu texts like the Vedas which date to 1500-500 BC. One can also find its reference in the Mahabharata which was written roughly around 400 BC. It finds a place in traditional ayurvedic medicine as a guide for pregnant women in prenatal education


The advantages of Garbh Sanskar are not only that you educate your child and there is development of a bond between the mother and the child. In fact, this has a great impact on the health of the mother also. The positive thinking and attitude promotes physical well-being of the mother.

Experts encourage some of the practices of Garbha Sanskar and say it may be worth talking to your baby, listening to music and reading educative books while you are pregnant. This shall make your baby have better sleeping habits, be more alert and confident, more content, more active at birth, better at breastfeeding and bond with parents better