About Ayurveda

◉ Ayurveda ‘THE SCIENCE OF LIFE’ is a holistic system of medicine from India, which evolved from Brahma sages of Ancient India some 3000-5000 years ago

◉ The principles and philosophy of Ayurveda view man as a complex whole, including our external and internal environments.

◉ The principles are derived from universal laws of nature that have changed little through time.

◉ With subjective, objective, and intuitive approaches to gaining knowledge, incorporated with a deep understanding of the unseen intelligence of the universe.

◉ The practices of Ayurveda have withstood the test of time.

◉ Ayurveda defines life ‘Ayuh’ as the intelligent coordination of our four parts, the soul, the mind, the senses, and the body, with the totality of nature and the cosmos.

◉ Health is not just a state of the body.

◉ We interact with the seasons, planetary changes of the earth, and moon, other planets, as well as orbiting relationships within our lives, our loved ones and friends, co-workers etc.

◉ We affect and are affected by every other animate and inanimate thing in existence.

◉ Bringing all of this into balance is the key to living healthy.

◉ Ayurveda is the oldest surviving holistic medical system in the world.

◉ It offers a rich, comprehensive outlook to a healthy life including Panchakarma (“Pancha” means five and “karma” means treatment) is done to detoxify the body its origin is in the Vedas which are known to be more than 5000 years old.

◉ Ayurveda describes the Vedic wisdom of how to live a healthy and peaceful life.

◉ Together with Yoga, it gives a detailed blueprint for a fulfilled enlightened life.


स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्यरक्षणम आतुरस्य विकारप्रशमनम च ।

Swastha means healthy person swasthyaeans healthy condition.ayurveda gives priority to maintain the healthy state of normal human being. Atur- means patient, vikar- means disease, Prasaman means to cure. Second aim is to treat the disease of patient.

समदोष: समाग्निश्च समधातु मलक्रिय: |
प्रसन्नात्मेन्द्रिय मनः स्वस्थ इत्यभिधीयते ||

The person is called as स्वस्थ , if he has balanced state or condition of dosha,dhatu-body tissue, mala , agni and happy and balanced state of soul,sense organs and mind.


It focuses on establishing and maintaining balance of the life energies within us, rather than focusing on individual symptoms.


It recognizes the unique constitutional differences of all individuals and therefore recommends different regimens for different types of people. Although two people may appear to have the same outward symptoms, their energetic constitutions may be very different and therefore call for very different remedies.


Ayurveda is a complete medical system which recognizes that ultimately all intelligence and wisdom flows from one Absolute source (Paramatman). Health manifests by the grace of the Absolute acting through the laws of Nature (Prakriti). Ayurveda assists Nature by promoting harmony between the individual and Nature by living a life of balance according to her laws.


Ayurveda describes three fundamental universal energies which regulate all natural processes on both the macrocosmic and microcosmic levels. That is, the same energies which produce effects in the various galaxies and star systems are operating at the level of the human physiology--in your own physiology. These three universal energies are known as the Tridosha.


Finally, the ancient Ayurvedic physicians realized the need for preserving the alliance of the mind and body and offer mankind tools for remembering and nurturing the subtler aspects of our humanity. Ayurveda seeks to heal the fragmentation and disorder of the mind-body complex and restore wholeness and harmony to all people.


Ayurveda has also developed a wide range of therapeutic measures to combat illness. These principles of positive health and therapeutic measures relate to physical, mental, social and spiritual welfare of human beings. Thus Ayurveda becomes one of the oldest systems of health care dealing with both the preventive and curative aspects of life in a most comprehensive way and presents a close similarity to the WHO's concept of health put forward in the modern era.