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Paath and other things to do when Pregnant

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Guest Sakhee Kaur

There's A LOT of questions that Sikh Women have about what Paath or Nitnem they should do when Pregnant or what they should be doing before pregnancy, etc.

There's also questions about what to do after the baby is born and just about family life in general. For example, do mothers have to observe Amrit Vela? Do ALL Sikhs need to observe Amrit Vela? 


Fortunately, there's a new non-profit organization that's completely DEVOTED to educating about Sikh family life... and it's called... Sikh Family Life (!): https://www.SikhFamilyLife.com/

 

There's a whole series on Mother's Duties and Responsibilities (starts BEFORE pregnancy): https://www.sikhfamilylife.com/maa-de-farz-series-a-mothers-responsibilities/

ALL pregnant mamas should be doing Sukhmani Sahib, here's whyhttps://www.sikhfamilylife.com/2018/04/a-secret-power-of-sikh-mothers/

And for the scoop on Amrit Vela (and why it's SOOOOO Important for Sikhs): https://www.sikhfamilylife.com/2018/06/the-low-down-on-amrit-vela/

There's even a post on one way to teach kids Sikhihttps://www.sikhfamilylife.com/2018/06/one-fabulous-way-to-teach-kids-sikhi/

 

Hopefully this resource is helpful to some of you searching for answers on this incredibly important topic of Sikhi, pregnancy, and motherhood!

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