Everything you need to know from the time you plan to have your baby, through pregnancy and delivery, and up until your child is two years old. The ancient scriptures and Ayurveda prescribe a particular daily practice for the pregnant woman. Along with the prescription of diet, Yoga, and routine body care, instructions are also given for reading material, subjects of discussion, and music and mantras to be listened to. Garbha Sanskar is an ayurvedic way to achieve feminine balance. The book will help the woman to achieve a perfect balance to conceive and give birth to a healthy, beautiful and intellectual child.
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For my own pregnancy, I tried whatever was practical and While in principle, this book promotes the best of ancient Indian traditions, it is very difficult to implement all of these traditions in practical life. For my own pregnancy, I tried whatever was practical and whatever ayurvedic medicines I could afford to purchase repetitively and decided to take all the advice in this book with a pinch of salt. What I would have really preferred to read is how to make the most of your pregnancy, given the altered modern lifestyle.
This respect led to the purchase of the said book during my pregnancy. Its approach of explaining pregnancy and various aspects with shlokas from various ancient Ayurveda books followed by detailed explanation is interesting. However, it fails to address modern pregnancy related ailments and complications. While it has touched upon some of these complications, there are not enough guidelines on how to handle such a situation.
Issues related to modern lifestyle such as preeclampsia, gestational diabetes, low or over milk supply etc find passing mention - nothing detailed. All in all, a book I could have easily passed up.
Too Religious?? The book is informative but it goes too much into mythology and religion that people from other religions expect Orthodox?? The book is informative but it goes too much into mythology and religion that people from other religions expect Hindus would find it difficult to deal with it.
No doubt it is full of orthodoxical ideas and refreshes the age old Indian Taboos.
Ayurvediya Garbh Sanskar