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Garbha Sanskar in the 3rd Trimester

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The third trimester, from week 27 until birth, is the final phase of pregnancy, characterized by significant fetal growth, with the baby gaining weight and maturing in preparation for delivery. Expectant mothers often experience physical discomforts like backache, swelling, and heartburn, along with mixed emotions of excitement and anxiety. Regular prenatal check-ups become more frequent to monitor the health of the mother and baby, and discussions about the birth plan and signs of labour are essential. This period also involves final preparations for childbirth and the baby’s arrival, along with vigilant monitoring for any potential complications such as preterm labour or preeclampsia. The third trimester is a time of anticipation and readiness as the due date approaches.

Garbha Samvad

Sounds from outside the mother’s body can also be heard. Whatever you are telling the baby, making the baby listen or experiencing is going towards making the baby a divine being. Avoid things which cause stress, relationship problems were the main cause of stress.

Do Prarthana

  • Prarthana means prayer, Seek blessings upon the unborn baby. It draws the universe’s positive energies to the baby.
  • Print some prayer and paste on the walls – read them aloud during the day.

Talk to your baby

  • Sit in a calm place, talk to the baby – tell how your day was, what you did, any interesting thing that happened, what you ate, how those vitamins and minerals will benefit your baby. 
  • You can even narrate a story that inculcates good values.

Listen to classical music

Garbh Sanskar music varies from state to state in India, but it’s usually instrumental with vocals only as an accompaniment or vocal-instrumental compositions. Classical music is the best choice since its range of notes and their repetition creates a soothing effect.

  • Any light and gentle tones. Avoid harsh and loud music.
  • Can even change your phone’s ringtone to a Garbh Sanskar tune.
  • Both parents talk to each other about the baby.

Listen to Raagas

  • During month 7, it is advised to listen to Komal Asavari as it elevates the mood and increases Endorphins. It is most suitable to do it in the morning time.
  • In month 8, shift to Bairagi. It increases circulation and energizes you. the best suited time is in the morning. 
  • In month 9, explore Jaunpuri as it increases courage and confidence and thus, helps in labour. Most suitable time for the same is in late mornings. 

Garbha Aahar 

Here’s the month-wise diet suggestions:

Month Seven

  • On waking up: 4-5 soaked almonds + 2 dates + a glass of warm water with 1 tsp chia seeds
  • Breakfast: Mix vegetable idli with coconut/peanut chutney +  milk
  • Mid-morning: Lentil soup
  • Lunch: Kidney beans curry with rice + mixed vegetable salad + curd
  • Early evening: Ragi khakhra with 1 seasonal fruit
  • Dinner: Multigrain roti with green leafy vegetable sabzi

Month Eight

  • On waking up: 2-3 pitted prunes + 2 soaked walnuts + 1 cup fennel seed water
  • Breakfast: Oats upma with green peas and peanuts + 1 cup of milk
  • Mid-morning: 1 seasonal fruit
  • Lunch: Brown rice + vegetable curry, blanched broccoli and steamed sprouts salad + curd
  • Early evening: Peanut and puffed amaranth chikki – 2 pc
  • Dinner: Vegetable dalia with coriander chutney

Month Nine

  • On waking up: 2-3 dates + 2-3 soaked walnuts + 1 cup boiled & strained ajwain water
  • Breakfast: Methi Paratha + Fresh Turmeric Pickle + Curd
  • Mid-morning: Boiled sweet corn chaat + 1 cup milk + 2 strands of saffron
  • Lunch: Bajra rotis + Raw banana and black bean curry/ gassi + blanched broccoli salad
  • Early evening: 2 tsp roasted pumpkin seeds
  • Dinner: Vegetable kutki dalia + banana flower chutney

Garbha Yoga

Practicing yoga in the third trimester of pregnancy as part of Garbha Sanskar offers numerous benefits, including emotional well-being, reduced stress, and improved sleep. It helps in maintaining physical strength and flexibility, which can be beneficial for childbirth preparation. However, it’s important for pregnant women to consult their healthcare provider and practice under a trained instructor’s guidance.

Malasana (Garland Pose)

Maintains hip and pelvic mobility, which is crucial during the later stages of pregnancy and childbirth

Baddha Konasana (Bound Angle Pose)

Stretches and strengthens the inner thighs and hips, enhancing comfort and flexibility during labor.

Cat-Cow Pose

Relieves back pain, improves spinal mobility, and promotes relaxation and stress reduction.

Pigeon Pose

Opens the hips and improves circulation, particularly beneficial for reducing swelling in the legs and feet.

Supported Bridge Pose

Strengthens the back and shoulders, supporting the weight of the growing baby and improving posture.

Child’s Pose

Relaxes the body and mind, alleviating anxiety and promoting overall well-being.

Savasana (Corpse Pose)

Induces deep relaxation, preparing both the body and mind for childbirth and the postpartum period.