Temples in India for Childbirth and Safe Delivery

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By Arathi,


I was thinking twice if I should do a religious post, But I thought why not if it’s going to help a lot of people.

I have never been a very religious person. I believe God but I think faith and worship is a very personal thing and I have my own way in praying to god. And I’m sure all your relationship with god and what you share with him is unique.

But then there was a time after my miscarriage that I really wanted to have a baby and I was losing faith. I was asking God questions like why me, what harm did the baby do? So many many more questions. So a family friend suggested we go to

Garbarakshambigai temple which is located close to Kumabakonam.

She is the Godess who helps in conceiving and safe delivery. They offer ghee as Prasad in the temple, so we had to come home and consume the ghee.

God is always there and will help us anyhow. But all this really helped me during the healing process.

Kumbakonam itself is a temple city, if you’re really into history and want to venture out just take a walk, it’s unbelievable how every street has one temple.

If you want to visit the temple:

So after we finished our prayers there we got to know of another temple.

Karuvalarcheri Temple

The Goddess who blesses the fetus with growth, and blesses the development of the fetus. We offered our prayers there too.


Do visit and pray with all your heart God will grant you a baby and safe delivery.

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Jaishri is an IT professional and the founder of mommyswall. She is a mom of a lovely 4 year old and lives in Bangalore. She is also a certified Yoga instructor and believes in Natural living.
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