- garbhadhana (or niseka) Term Image (garbhādhāna (or niṣeka) ), Script Image. ( Language: Sanskrit).
- Birth and childhood customs
- The first of the 16 samskaras is called Garbhadhana Samskara, literally meaning. 'purification of the womb'.
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- 2.Gowthama:-. Garbhadhana (procreation), Pumsavana (ritual to cause the birth of a child;), It is essential to do all rituals from Garbha Dhana to Upanayana.
- Garbhadhana - Conception acceptance ceremony. (After solemnizing marriage ceremony.) 2.
- Agharia caste 6–7 language 8 agriculture dependence on 2
- farm size 109. Garbhadhana ceremonies 76–7 gender and access to resources 29–31, 38,.
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- garbhadhana - वेद Veda
- garbhadhana or "samskaras of birth" (Sanskrit: "Womb-placing.") from the rite of conception to the blessings of the new-born child.
- The Garbhadhana ceremonies are, for the first time, systematically dealt with in the Grhyasutras.
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