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SADH SANGAT JI PLEASE GUIDE ANY PARTICULAR PAATH OR SHABADS THAT ARE SUPPOSED TO BE DONE BY A PREGNANT WOMAN.THANKS

Firstly, Congratulations penji if it's you. If not, then Congratulations to the mother to be.

Some past threads that maybe of interest:

http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/66587-which-gursikhi-related-things-my-wife-can-do-during-pregnancy/?hl=pregnancy

http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/47902-pregnancy/?hl=pregnancy

http://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/75286-pregnancy-paath/?hl=pregnancy

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Guest Sakhee Kaur

I realize that you must have already had your baby by now (or for whomever you were asking) but I wanted to share a blog and a new series on Sikh Family Life, a non-profit organization devoted to all things Family and Sikhi. One of the main goals of Sikh Family Life is to educate about parenting and motherhood (including pregnancy) from a Sikh perspective. 

 

Here's an article that goes over a paath that ALL Sikh Mothers should do daily to ensure their child never strays from Sikhi: 

https://www.sikhfamilylife.com/2018/04/a-secret-power-of-sikh-mothers/

 

There's also a series that's currently being published bi-weekly called Maa De Farz (A Mother's Duties/Responsibilities). Five posts have been published so far in this series: 

https://www.sikhfamilylife.com/maa-de-farz-series-a-mothers-responsibilities/

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