Many a time it so happens that people fail to get visible results even after ardently practicing yoga. This happens because they fail to understand that yoga is one of the pillars of health. However,…
According to vedas, there are four purusharth that a man should strive for in this lifetime. They are “dharma” – religion/code of righteousness, “artha” – material/ financial well being, “kama” – fulfillment of worldly desires, and finally “moksha” – salvation from mortal existence. But you need the basic equipment to achieve any of these. Even yoga or the union with the divine cannot be achieved without enlightenment. The mortal body is the vehicle that leads the soul towards enlightenment.
Therefore Ayurveda is called the “moola” or the source of all the four purushartha, because if there the body is sick and cannot fulfill its functions properly, nothing can be achieved in the material world, not even enlightenment or yoga.
In this category, we are going to share the wisdom of Ayurveda which is useful. This blog meant for yogis as well as for a common man.
Because of our current lifestyle, the natural system of health preservation of our body is completely destroyed. This series of blogs contain classical Ayurvedic text and not general herbal information. This information is well supported by scientific evidence as well.
Even if you are a beginner in Ayurveda, this blog will help to develop a basic knowledge of Ayurveda and heal your body, mind, and soul.
What is unique about this blog is that it simplifies the Ayurvedic wisdom in the current context. We use instances from daily life to explain the Ayurvedic phenomena so that it becomes easy for a layman to understand and apply the Ayurvedic knowledge.
Salient features of the blog
We support evidence-based Ayurveda in this blog. Most of the information is supported by links to relevant scientific research papers/articles. We have specifically mentioned it if some information is still to be verified in the current scientific context.
Classical Text-based Information
This blog is unique in terms of the quality of Ayurvedic information. All the information is derived from the classical Ayurvedic text, primarily Charak Samhita. This blog refrains from providing herbal treatment based on hear-say or popular herbal practices that are not mentioned in the classical Ayurvedic text or scientifically verified
This blog focuses not on the complexities of Ayurvedic treatment. Instead, we aim to provide basic information that is simple to understand and follow in the modern context.
Basic Concepts of Ayurveda
Ayurveda is very simple and close to nature. However, unfortunately, most of the people have no information about. This blog aims to dispel the fog of obscurity around the concepts of Ayurveda and make its practical knowledge more available to the layman.
Basic Health Practices Simplified
The core practices of Ayurveda starts with prevention which is applicable for everyone. In this blog, we are going to deal in details of correct Ayurvedic food and lifestyle as prescribed in the classical text. Also, we are going to provide information about prevention of specific disorders, preventive management of chronic disorders like diabetes, hypertension, and hypothyroidism, food and lifestyle changes according to seasonal changes, ideal daily routine according to Ayurveda.
Hope this information helps you to reclaim and maintain your health in the most natural manner!