Rishis, the ancient seers of India, prescribed a set of 16 actions called Samskaras to be undertaken at critical points in the course of human life.

Nine of these, including three before physical birth, are to be completed before a child reaches 2 years of age. This period maps completely to the Golden period of 1100 days.

There is a Golden Period in the life of every Human Being comprising of the period of Preconception, nine months of Pregnancy and two years of Infancy. This period is now extolled World Wide.

Our seers have expounded and simplified the understanding of Human Development through the concept of Sanskaras.  These are milestones that give guidance on the psychology, education and many other paradigms of development during the particular stage.

Sanskaras in a simple and spiritual way creates an understanding of the cycle of interdependence, dependence and interdependence. In each phase, between the Sanskaras, lies a redefinition of Human and Universal relationships. Performing Sanskaras for others is a Divine responsibility of every Bharatheeya and is taken up with sincerity by the society.

During Infancy and Childhood parents, family and society influence the human being who grows on to become an influencing adult. The transition stages defines Character, Personality and Individuality of a human being. The celebrations and traditions differ from community to community as also within the same culture. However, the Sanskaras represent genetic threshold points where the Mind is mellowed and the subconscious is receptive to inputs.