Know History of Modern Ayurveda

What is Ayurveda?

No man is truly healthy who do not possess a sound body, a sound mind, and a peaceful soul. (Rig-Veda)

Ayurveda, the old Indian science is started from one of the four division of “Vedas” i.e. ‘Atharva Veda`. Ayurveda has a respectable, all-encompassing foundation of Indian culture. Ayurveda, the study of life. It is the study of therapeutic realities from ancient India in view of science, religion, and theory.

The rationale of Ayurveda endorses an entire lifestyle, in light of learning and mindfulness that man is related to every other type of life. Ayurveda trust that the soul is depicted as the insight of life and matter as it’s vitality!

This is most ancient and rich science in the history of human being. Sushrut, Charaka, Bharadvaj, Kashyap.

How Ayurveda helps?

Yoga is essential to stay healthy and free from ailment but Ayurveda is the ancient medical practice to cure the ailment.

Ayurveda saw each ailment and each type of well being as a feature of an interlocking entire, a man’s psychological condition was viewed as having both a physical and a social effect. The ethically sick man was likewise the rationally sick man. From its extremely roots this science gave careful consideration to the ailment of the psyche as to ailment of the body. To quiet the psyche and strengthen its own particular parity, Ayurveda noticed the manners by which aromatics, eat fewer carbs, even beauty care products could help maintain mental harmony.

The essential point of Ayurveda is to maintain the health of the healthy. Furthermore, to free every individual of the world sickness free. Ayurveda is Sanskrit word “Ayu” implies life range. Ayu implies organization of life elements. Physio-Chemical premise (five components of nature which are available in the body) is ‘Ayu’. The ‘Veda’ is science which portrays about ‘Ayu ‘.

Essentially, Ayurveda implies exploration of life. The man who perceives how he is connected with widespread life is a man who has a sound soul since he isn’t secluded frame his own particular energies, nor from the energies of nature. In any case, as the most astounding type of life.

The rationale of Ayurvedic Philosophy with its emphasis on keeping up nature’s balance proceeds by seeing that if a man’s profound well being is dependent on his capacity to live in amicability with the outside universe, his psychological wellness must rely upon his capacity to live incongruity with himself.

Basic Principle of Ayurveda: Balance in Life is given the most important place and suppressing natural urges is considered unhealthy and claimed to lead to illness. For example, to suppress sneezing is said to potentially give rise to shoulder pain. However, people are also cautioned to stay within the limits of reasonable balance and measure when following nature’s urges. 

Ayurveda names seven basic tissues (dhatu):

Plasma (rasa), blood (rakta), muscles (māmsa), fat (meda), bone (asthi), marrow (majja), semen (shukra).

Ayurveda has historically divided bodily substances into five classical elements earth, water, fire, air, and Space.

There are also twenty qualities or characteristics (Gunas):

These are considered to be inherent in all substances. These are organized in ten pairs: heavy/light, cold/hot, unctuous/dry, dull/sharp, stable/mobile, soft/hard, non-slimy/slimy, smooth/coarse, minute/gross, and viscous/liquid.

Ayurveda also names three elemental substances (doshas) (called Vata, Pitta, and Kapha), and states that a balance of the doshas results in health, while imbalance results in disease.

Every last individual in this Universe should live without any disease. May each individual live cheerful, long and healthy life.

Nipun Agarwal
Popular Yogi
Yoga lover and enthusiastic.

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