In the South Indian state of Tamil Nadu, a traditional ceremony called the Seemandam is held during the fifth, seventh or ninth month of pregnancy. Hosted by the husband's parents, only married women (close relatives and friends) are invited to the ceremony. The expectant mother is gifted a new sari by her parents and in-laws, turmeric paste is applied on her face and hands and her hair is decorated with flowers. Few drops of a special herbal juice is squeezed into the nostrils of the expectant mother and mantras are chanted to protect the baby. The women then fill her sari pallu with 5 kinds of sweets and fruits.
We can see from here Indian people are pay great attention on pregnancy. And with the help of my program in ACT 6, Indian girls will have a more delightful and healthy pregnancy in 2020.
The girl used to be lack of personal care were giving birth to her baby successfully in 2010 and her daughter is 10 years old now. They stay in a happy family and the mother is now joining and NGO which helps other girls get pregnancy too young or lack of care.
This good trend will be a nice circulation for females in India.