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That which describes what is beneficial and what is harmful for a beneficial life,harmful life, happy life and sorrowful life is termed as ayurveda


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Ayurveda is the science of life. It is an ancient Indian medicinal science, which is both holistic and field-oriented in its approach towards its twin objective of maintaining the health of a healthy person and restoring the health of a diseased person. The basic principles of Ayurveda are based upon nature. Ayurveda believes that all things that are present in nature are also present in a smaller form within the human body and therefore all the laws of nature are applicable to the human body also.

           Ayurveda is made up of two words namely “ayu” and “veda”. “Ayu” means “life” in Sanskrit. In ayurvedic terms the union of body (sharir), body senses (indriya), mind (satva) and spirit (atma) is termed as “ayu”. Therefore it is clear that the ayu in ayurveda does not limit only to the physical aspects but includes the mental aspects as well. “Veda” means “study of ” or “science of ” in Sanskrit. Hence ayurveda means the science of life.  

           However ayurveda is not merely a medicinal science as well. It is the culmination of the traditional knowledge that has been accumulated down the centuries by civilizations regarding eating habits, behavioral science and the use of nature for curative and preventive aspects of medicine.

There are many aspects to the science of ayurveda. You can practically apply the principles of this science to any field to obtain a new perspective of the same. Similarly ayurveda has always absorbed ideas from other fields to enrich its own understanding. An understanding of ayurveda does not comprise of only knowing how to use certain herbs whenever one is ill but also to apply certain principles so that one does not fall ill at all. It is this preventive aspect of ayurveda which is needed to be understood by the common person who is interested in ayurveda. 

          Dhanvantari Institute has tailored 3 courses with this aim in mind. This courses are meant to benefit person from all walks of life especially those interested in knowing certain principles which will help them to prevent diseases from occuring and if they do occur to take some steps to relieve the same. The treatment of advanced diseases require a deep knowledge of ayurveda and should not be attempted with only a basic knowledge of any medicinal science. This couses will empower you make the diffrentiation. Also they are beneficial for persons looking for an alternative career.

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