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Course duration
12 week(s)
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This course is the second one from the 'Garbh Sangeet' courses. ‘Garbh Sangeet’ courses are specially created for mothers-to-be. These courses bring a collection of songs and Ragas for learning along with more music that is best suited for listening during the prenatal time.  

'Garbh Sangeet’ is an integral part of ‘Garbh Sanskar’- a holistic system of care prescribed by ancient Indian practices for the mother-to-be. The environment surrounding the mother is said to have an important influence on the development of the child. Music plays an important role in creating a positive environment that nurtures the mother and the child. 

Music is one of the most valuable gifts of nature to humans. The musical sound is called Nada, the primordial sound of creation. Nada manifests itself in the form of Swaras and flows as energy of positive vibrations possessing the qualities to nurture life.

This course focuses on learning Indian Ragas that have been proven to provide physical, mental, and spiritual comfort to a carrying mother and her child. 

This course includes compositions based on selected themes and Ragas along with listening material.


Course Format

This course has 12 instructor led sessions.



  • To do Omkar and simple breathing exercises interweaved into Swar Sadhana
  • Shuddh Swara (Bilaval/Shankarabharana) singing with the Tanpura 
  • Singing simple patterns with Shuddh Swaras
  • To learn the selected songs 
  • To do music listening 


This course does not demand a skill based pre requisite.


Shankar Suta Ganesh
  • Introduction to Raga Bhupali
  • Shankara Suta Learning
  • Sooltaal
  • Shankara Suta Practice
Bhajaman Ram
  • Bhajaman Ram learning
  • Bhajaman Ram practice
Shyam Sundar
  • Introduction to Raga Khamaj
  • Learning Shyam Sundar
  • Taal Dadra
  • Practice Shyam Sundar
Shivaakanta Shambho
  • Introduction to Raga Kedar
  • Shiaakanta Shambho Learning
  • Jhaptaal
  • Shiaakanta Shambho Practice
Hay Govind Hay Gopal (Naam Sankirtan Bhajan)
  • Learning Hay Govinda
  • Practice Hay Govinda
Thumak Chalat Ramachandra
  • Thumak Chalat Learning
  • Thumak Chalat Practice

The student is encouraged to listen to music that includes the suggested Ragas and compositions. As an outcome of the interative sessions with the Instructor,

the student is able to

  • sing the selected songs
  • do slow Swr Sadhana exercises cordinated with breathing
  • to sing a few Swara patterns/ Alankar