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‘Garbh Samvad- an act of communicating with the child in the womb is course running in Atal Bihari Vajpayee University, Bhopal. The course has been running successfully in the university. Recently the course grabbed attention of all when the University disclosed that course yielded positive result.
Here are the facts related to the course.
1. On the lines of Mahabharata
The University in Madhya Pradesh claims to train a child in its mother's womb. They follow much on the lines of an episode in mythological epic Mahabharata where an unborn Abhimanyu learned the art of breaking chakravyuh from his father Arjun. Arjun was teaching this art to his wife Subhadra.
2. Taught 25 expecting mothers
The University has already taught at least 25 expecting mothers at its 'Garbh Sanskar Tapowan Kendra'. The instructor believes that teaching and sessions given to the mother during the nine months pregnancy can make a child follow the same.
3. Registration for the courses
Expecting mothers have to register at the centre run by the university and she is then imparted free training from 12 to 3 pm every day.
4. Activities at the centre
During the training, an expecting mother is made to do Yoga, listen to music and do 'Garbh Samvad', which is interaction with the child in the womb.
The mother is asked to put her hands on her stomach and concentrate on the child and try to talk to the child.
Mother is also asked to solve mathematical problems at least twice a week. It makes the baby's mind sharp.
5. Think more what you want your child to be
Expecting parents are encouraged to think more about those things which they expect or wish their child to be, like if any parent wants their child to be a computer professional in future we want them to think about computers and try to talk about computers when they are interacting with the babies in womb during 'Garbh Samvad’.
6. Positive results
As per the instructor, till now, four women who have attended the programme have delivered babies. All those kids are showing signs of being different from normal ones. They are more active.