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Ayurveda

"AYURASMIN VIDYATHE ANENA ITHI AYURVEDAM"

Ayurveda "Knowledge of life" or Ayurveda medicine is a system of medicine with historical root in the Indian sub-continent. The main classical Ayurveda treatises begin with legendary accounts of the transmission of medical knowledge from the Gods to Sages, and thence to human physicians. Thus the Sushruta Samhita narrate how “Dhanvantari” “Greatest of the mighty celestia” incarnated himself as divodasa, a mythical king of Varanasi, who then taught medicine to a group of wise physicians including sushruta himself.

Ayurveda names three elemental substances, the doshas (called Vata, Pitta and Kapha), and states that a balance of the doshas results in health, while imbalance results in disease. Ayurveda has eight canonical components, which are derived from classical Sanskrit literature. Some of the oldest known Ayurvedic texts include the Suśrutha Saṃhitā and Charaka Saṃhitā, which are written in Sanskrit.

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AYURVEDA UPADHESHESHU VIDHEYA: PARAMA DHARA:

Ayurveda gives you a deep realization of the purpose and form of our existence and helps achieve the Dharma, Artha, Kamaa and Moksha .It is an excellent path to transformation of lives and enlightenment of the prana. The basic principal of Ayurveda deals with the natural way of living a healthy life. People are understanding how difficult is to survive in today’s world without any disease .Here lies the significance of Ayurveda, which teaches the perfect way of leading a healthy life. The Knowledge of Ayurveda is divided into 8 parts. Hence it is also known as “Ashtanga Ayurveda.”

To understand the uniqueness of every individual is the very basis of Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda all Humans are governed by 3 vital principles, which regulates and control the biological functions. They are Vata,Pitha and Kapha. According to Ayurveda doshas are of vital importance because they are responsible for coordinating, guiding and directing all the structures and substances of the body. Proper understanding and knowledge of the doshas gives us the understanding of the functioning of the intelligence that commands the dhatus(body tissue) andmalas (waste products) and give the body its vast functional capability. The theory of 3 doshas is the basic foundation of Ayurveda science and its diagnosis and treatment modalities.