Punsavana Sanskar– Like conception (Garbhaadhan Sanskar), this Punsavana Sanskar is also equal for all four categories (varna); it is done for the intellectual and mental development of the foetus. The main advantage of this ritual is that it brings in healthy and beautiful child.

सुपर्णोऽसि गरुत्माँस्त्रिवृत्ते शिरोगायत्रं चक्षुबरृहद्रथन्तरे पक्षौ।

स्तोमऽआत्मा छन्दा स्यंगानि यजूषि नाम।

साम ते तनूर्वामदेव्यंयज्ञायज्ञियं Significance of Punsavana Sanskar:

पुच्छं धिष्ण्याः शफाः।

सुपर्णोऽसि गरुत्मान् दिवं गच्छ स्वःपत॥

Significance of Sanskar:

After the completion of three months of pregnancy, Punsavana Sanskar should be done. Do not be too flawed by delay, but the benefit of performing this ritual on time is considered very auspicious. From the third month, both shape and behavioural ethics (sanskar) begin to catch up in the womb. Indeed, spiritual remedies should be done only on time. Ironically, understand the significance of the pregnancy and make sure the developing foetus does not create any hindrance for parents, family and society and brings in good luck and pride. What should be done for the physical, intellectual and emotional development of the foetus, these things should be understood. Atmosphere, food-habits, ethics etc. should be decided in favourable environment for pregnant women.  For the prevention of pre-existing bad karmas (ethics) and establishing new cultures for the purpose of redressing the earlier consolation of the organism through the womb as well as for the development of the sacrament of the organism which are being transmitted through the womb.


Punsavana Sanskar: The divine rites done after 3 months of pregnancy.

Punsavana Sanskar is implemented for the proper development of the foetus inside the womb of the pregnant woman. To make the child virtuous and principled, most importantly, the parents should be well-cultured and behaved. They should not limit themselves to the only to the reproduction of the children, and the children should also collect worthy knowledge and experience. However, the child should also collect the knowledge and experience that makes them worthy and righteous. Before riding the chariot or any other vehicle, it is mandatory to collect the necessary information of its parts. Similarly, it is necessary and extremely important for would-be parents to have sufficient knowledge and proper understanding of specific rituals before attaining childhood.

1. After the completion of three months of pregnancy, Punsavana Sanskar should be done. From the third month, both shape and behavioural ethics (sanskar) begin to catch up in the womb.

2. Atmosphere, food-habits, ethics etc. should be decided in favourable environment for pregnant women. For the prevention of pre-existing bad karmas (ethics) and establishing new cultures for the purpose of redressing the earlier consolation of the organism through the womb as well as for the development of the sacrament of the organism which are being transmitted through the womb.

3. Offering prayers to the womb should not only be considered as social formality or a felicitous opportunity, however this should also be done in order to maintain an atmosphere of belief and harmony in the house.

4. On top of it, the pregnant woman is advised to recite mantra given by Brahmin on a regular basis by worshipping godson her own. And she should also chant Gayatri Chalisa as well Pankhakshari Mantra 'Rambhuva: Self' for inner peace.

5. All the family members from the woman side are given flower, rice etc from Brahmin, followed by chanting mantra and shlokas to offer to the the pregnant woman. She then touches those sacred ingredients with the stomach and places it at the worship place.

6. This small puja was conducted for the welfare and good health of the child, the pregnant woman accepts the prayers for overall prosperity anf fortune of the child in the womb. After all these, she gets blessings from the elders and other family members.

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