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Sankalp Poojan
Live Sankalp Poojan before starting Garbh Sanskar

In Vedic Indian tradition, every auspicious work starts with Sankalp poojan. At Krishna Coming, Vedic Sankalp poojan is done live under the guidance of our Vedic Brahmin. Through Sankalp Poojan, you pray to God, the Navagrahas and the Nakshatras to give strength and determination to carry this pregnancy for the whole term and to bless you and your child with the divine qualities of wisdom, health and positivity.

Within 24 hours of subscribing to Krishna Coming Garbh Sanskar, our representative will get in touch with you to inform you about the samagri required for poojan. Soon after that, we’ll schedule a one-to-one live Sankalp Poojan for you as per your convenience on a pre-decided Sankalp muhurat. Both the husband and the wife must be present in this Sankalp poojan. After the poojan, you can begin the process of Garbh Sanskar as per the Krishna Coming course.

Punsavan Sanskar
An important sanskar performed during the third month of pregnancy

The first mention of Punsavan Sanskar has been found in Atharva Veda. As per Vedic tradition, it is the second sanskar of the sixteen sanksars. This sanskar is considered to be one of the most important rites for human life. The vedic brahman group at Krishna Coming perform this sanskar during the third month of pregnancy as this is when the baby’s nervous system starts developing.

The purpose of this sanskar is to give mental strength, superior intelligence and sanskar to the unborn child. Moreover, this (ritual) sanskar is also intended to encourage the family to make every effort possible to provide a positive environment for the pregnant lady. If, for some reason, this sanskar could not be performed in the third month of pregnancy, then it should be performed during the seventh month.

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Simantonayana Sanskar
An important sanskar performed during the seventh/eighth month of pregnancy

Simantonayana Sanskar is the third sanskar of the sixteen sanskars according to vedic tradition. This sanskar is performed in order to prevent miscarriage, to ensure the safety of the baby in the womb, and to develop the baby’s fortune. The purpose of this sanskar is to mentally prepare the pregnant lady for delivery by guiding her with positive thoughts. This sanskar is performed in a live session under the guidance of a vedic brahman group at Krishna Coming. It must be done during the eighth month of pregnancy.

GarbhSanskar Sutra
Sutras to impart mann, buddhi and sanskars in your child

During the 9 months of pregnancy, each month, there is a phased development of the various physical and mental dimensions of the baby. Krishna Coming is a pure science, which provides Garbh Sanskar Sutras, according to the present developmental stage of the fetus. These sutras turn your pregnancy into a wonderful, joyous experience and prepares you to welcome a wise, sanskari and healthy baby.

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Vedic Mantra Vrushti
Miraculous vedic chants for the promotion of special qualities in the child

The Vedas mention special mantras for pregnancy, which have miraculous effects on the fetus. Originated from Rigveda, Yajurveda, Samaveda and Atharvaveda these mantras are available in the Krishna Coming App.

They are chanted by the world’s most knowledgeable Vedic brahmins, following the stern and uncompromising rules of Varn, Swar, Matra, Balam, Saama and Santana. These Vedic Garbh Sanskar Mantras have been found to have a divine and positive effect on both the child and the mother.

GarbhSanskar Music
Music based on specific ragas for the ideal development of a child

Indian ragas and Garbh Sanskar music have a positive impact on our mood, mind and body. This fact is now recognized by the world's top scientists and universities as well. It has been observed that children who have been exposed to traditional ragas before birth develop many qualities such as intelligence, health and calmness in nature, etc.

The Garbh Sanskar music in Krishna Coming App has been developed on the basis of Indian ragas, which not only enhance the virtues in the fetus, but also keep the pregnant woman calm, relaxed and positive.

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Jeevan Sutra - The Life Training
Sutra to guide you through the ups and downs of life

The influence of the mother's state of mind during pregnancy has a huge impact on the baby and its effects can last for the rest of their life. A pregnant woman faces many ups and downs and has to deal with negative emotions like worry, stress, sadness etc. while still keeping her mind stable, calm, and positive. In the live Jeevan Sutra sessions, nationally-renowned life trainers will guide you on how to stay positive even while dealing with negative emotions and situations.

The life trainers will make the complex issues of life easier and more interesting by sharing their sheer knowledge, observation and unique way of looking at life. ‘Jeevan Sutra’ sessions will help you tackle the daily mental obstacles you face by relieving you of your pent-up stress and helping you to become the best version of yourself and ultimately become a better mother.

Medi-Mitra Sessions
Your friend and guide for all your medical concerns

During pregnancy, the role of doctors should not be limited to medical prescriptions, they should be like a friend or an elder member of the family. Someone who can gently and accurately guide you through the physical and mental issues that arise during pregnancy.

In the Medi-Mitra section, Dr. Newalkar will be playing the exact same role. With 22 years of experience, including at the world renowned AIIMS institute, she is well versed in handling high-risk pregnancies. Dr. Newalkar will answer every question and solve every query that a pregnant woman may have.

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Isht Mantra
Unique Isht Mantra calculated according to the parents’ date and time of birth

Krishna Coming App calculates a raashi-yugm based on the time and date of birth of the mother and father-to-be. This calculation is based on astrology and there is a unique Isht mantra for each parent-couple.

The pregnant woman has to chant this personal Isht Mantra 108 times a day during her pregnancy. Isht Dev especially blesses children born by Isht Mantra’s chanting. If due to some reason, a pregnant woman is not able to chant the Isht Mantra 108 times, it must at least be chanted either 51 or 11 times a day.

Laying the foundation of the bond of a lifetime

Samvad - dialogue or communication, is one of the most crucial aspects of Garbh Sanskar. Your baby may not be able to listen or understand your words especially during early pregnancy but they can certainly sense the emotions and feelings behind your words.

This communication, once prescribed by ancient Indian Rishis, is now a widely accepted practice proven by various scientific studies. The Samvad sessions provide you the time to communicate with your soon-to-be-born baby. Rejoice in these joyous moments of pregnancy and forge the bond that will last a lifetime.

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Yognidra- The stress-relief session
Your passage to inner peace

During pregnancy you are continuously dealing with many things that include ongoing physical changes, concerns for your baby, the nervousness of delivery, and unwarranted do’s and don'ts from friends and family. So physical and mental fatigue is imminent. This fatigue hinders your Garbh Sanskar practice.

This is exactly why team Krishna Coming created these guided yognidra sessions. These sessions ensure your mental, physical and emotional rejuvenation. A 20 - 25 minute session helps you find a more calm and refreshed version of yourself. You just have to make sure to follow the instructions provided in the app while listening to this session.

Parv (occasion) Based Sessions
Garbh Sanskar sessions for important festivals

Garbh Sanskar is not just limited to mantra and music. It is a 24/7 lifestyle and pregnancy is a period where a pregnant lady transforms into a mother. The Parvnimitt or occasion-based session includes important time-specific activities with respect to garbhsanskar.

Apart from the above-mentioned sessions, it also includes discourses that plant sanskaras subconsciously in the mother as well as the baby. For instance, the occasions include Holi, Diwali, Navratri, Ekadashi, Ram Navami and much more.

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Supraj Santaanotpatti Havan
Monthly vedic havan for the safety and health of your child

Once a month during pregnancy, the pregnant woman and her husband and, if possible, all the family members perform a live Supraj Santaanotpatti Havan, under the guidance of the Vedic Brahmin at Krishna Coming.

The main purpose of the Havan is to pray to the deities and the Navagrahas for the protection of the child and the enhancement of virtues. The date, time and samagri required for the Havan are shared with the subscribers in advance.

To de-stress yourself

Meditation is an important aspect of garbh sanskar and is beneficial for the body as it de- stresses the mind. It involves getting into a zero state of mind, which can help bring peace and tranquility, and enhance concentration. Visualizing good things about the baby while doing meditation during pregnancy is also a great way to bond with the baby.

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Monthly Calendar
Planner for all monthly garbh sanskar activities

The monthly activity planner provided in Krishna Coming Garbh Sanskar app gives you the complete information, in advance, about the various activities lined up for the month. It gives you details about the date, time, and the expert associated with the respective activities/sessions.

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