Category: Rediscovering Ayurveda

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Justine

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Justine Miller

Justine is an Ayurvedic Life Coach and a yoga teacher as well. She is a humble believer of “we ourselves are responsible for whatever we are feeling.” Referring to the same wonderful concept, she writes on her blog– “I specialize in a “get out of your own way” mentality“ You can read Justine’s blog here […]

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Rediscovering Ayurveda with Simon

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Simon | Amrutam

Simon is an Ayurveda student and someone who is extremely passionate about the whole system of Ayurveda. He is one of the most enthusiastic person we’ve met during our Rediscovering Ayurveda series and his inquisitiveness towards everything that is related Ayurveda has left is in awe and admiration. Inspired by his interest in Ayurveda  we […]

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Redicovering Ayurveda with Naina Bajaria

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Naina Bajaria | Amrutam

Naina Bajaria is an Ayurvedic Practitioner, Pharmacist and a Yogi. She is also a wonderful blogger and vlogger. You can check out her latest vlog about Summer for Pitta Dosha here: Inspired by her work in Ayurveda and her passion for blogging, we at Amrutam decided to interview her and know her story and how […]

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REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH JULIE BERNIER | Amrutam

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Julie Bernier | Amrutam

Julie Bernier is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and founder of True Ayurveda based out of Los Angeles, CA.  She works with clients privately from her practice in Malibu, you can attend her group workshops, cooking classes, and yoga throughout Southern California, and she leads guided trips to India twice yearly.

Amrutam got in touch with Julie to continue rediscovering Ayurveda through different perspectives.

Let’s learn more from Julie’s ideas about Ayurveda as a lifestyle with Amrutam. #rediscoveringayurveda

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REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH DR. PRIYANKA BHUSARI

Priyanka is an Ayurveda and Panchakarma Consultant from Pune, Maharashtra, India. She has a degree in Ayurveda from Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nasik, India and has been in practice since three years.

Apart from being a professional Ayurvaidya, Priyanka is also an avid reader, nutrition enthusiast, and have a keen interest in prevention and treatment of lifestyle disorders. She specializes in Panchakarma, Garbhasanskar, and Pediatrics using principles of Ayurveda. Read more

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Rediscovering Ayurveda With Soraya Franco

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH SORAYA FRANCO

Soraya was born in the Dominican Republic. She is an artist yogini, yoga and dance master and also, an ayurveda enthusiast. Soraya calls herself  “a philosopher of movement and an explorer of the world cultures and its healing traditions.”

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Let’s read Soraya’s thoughts about Ayurveda

WHAT IS YOUR IDEA OF AYURVEDA?

Soraya explains her idea of Ayurveda in a simple one-liner, highlighting all the qualities of Ayurveda as a discipline.

“Ayurveda is an ancient science of healing, a science of preservation of life, balance, longevity, and rejuvenation.”

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REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH RAVI KANT

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred […]

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Rediscovering Ayurveda with Maria Gonzalez

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day.
This is the tenth article in Amrutam’s series of articles called Rediscovering Ayurveda, which aims to understand the idea or perception that modern-day men and women carry about Ayurveda.

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH MARIA GONZALEZ

Maria Gonzalez hails from Bogotá, capital of Colombia. She is a traveller and loves to explore different cultures. So far, she has travelled to more than 26 countries in America, South America, Europe and Asia.

Lina is a transpersonal psychologist, a yoga teacher and an Ayurveda enthusiast. Read more

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Shivangi Pathak – Amrutam

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Shivangi Pathak

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day.
This is the ninth article in Amrutam’s series of articles called Rediscovering Ayurveda, which aims to understand the idea or perception that modern-day men and women carry about Ayurveda.

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH SHIVANGI PATHAK

Shivangi is an ayurveda enthusiast from Gwalior and is currently pursuing her Bachelors in Ayurveda, Medicine and Surgery.

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Rediscovering Ayurveda with Saurabh Sonawane

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Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of articles which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many times have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day.
This is the eighth article in Amrutam’s series of articles called Rediscovering Ayurveda, which aims to understand the idea or perception that modern-day men and women carry about Ayurveda

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH SAURABH SONAWANE

Saurabh hails from Maharashtra, from the holy city of Nashik – having its connection with Indian mythology and the great Indian epic- Ramayana.

Saurabh is a certified yoga teacher and an ayurveda enthusiast.

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REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH SUSHANT RATNAPARKHI

#REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of articles which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a times have been limited to be referred […]

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Rediscovering Ayurveda with Anandi Akula

#REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of articles which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a times have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day.
This is the sixth article in Amrutam’s series of articles called Rediscovering Ayurveda, which aims to understand the idea or perception that modern-day men and women carry about Ayurveda.

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH ANANDI AKULA

Anandi is an Ayurveda and Yoga enthusiast from Nasik. She has been associated with ayurveda, yoga and natural ways of living since her school days.

Let’s read what Anandi has to say about her journey with Ayurveda. Read more

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH NITIN GOYAL

#REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam’s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day.

This is the fifth article in Amrutam’s series of articles called Rediscovering Ayurveda, which aims to understand the idea or perception that modern-day men and women carry about Ayurveda.

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA WITH NITIN GOYAL

Nitin is an Ayurveda and Yoga enthusiast from Gwalior. He has recently completed his teacher training course in Yoga from The Yoga Institute, Mumbai.

Lets read what Nitin has to say about his journey with Ayurveda. Read more

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Kelly Mason

#REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam`s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day. Read more

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Anu Kaley – Amrutam

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Anu KaleyREDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam`s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that.

So, we at Amrutam decided to go out and find what Ayurveda means to people in the present day.

This is the third article in Amrutam`s series of articles which aims to understand the idea or perception that modern-day men and women carry about Ayurveda. Read more

Rediscovering Ayurveda With Soumya Pathak – Amrutam

REDISCOVERING AYURVEDA

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam`s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that. Read more

Rediscovering Ayurveda with Kriti Bagga – Amrutam

Rediscovering Ayurveda

Rediscovering Ayurveda is Amrutam`s series of blogs which will include various men and women and their ideas about Ayurveda. Even though, India is the birthplace of Ayurveda, with passing time it has lost its original importance as a school of life amongst Indians and many a time have been limited to be referred as a school of medicine. Ayurveda is surely much more than that. Read more

Which Stage are you on in your life, according the ancient Ashrama System? Find out with Amrutam

In Amrutam`s previous, blog posts we have talked about Purusharthas- the four goals of life according to Hindu Philosophy.

Similarly, there are four stages of Life as per Hindu Philosophy. These are known as the Ashramas.

The word Ashrama literally means a place for resting or stopping by. If you are from India or have visited India, you would have noticed so many ashrams. Especially, if you are in one of the Holy Cities like Haridwar or Rishikesh. Read more

Daksha is known as a Prajapati because he was amongst the first nine creations of Lord Brahma. First, nine creations of Lord Brahma created for the purpose of populating the world.

6 Amrutam Interesting Facts about Daksha Prajapati

It`s a Thursday!
Welcome back to Amrutam`s learning day.
On Thursdays, we learn about people associated with Ayurveda, Mythology, about Sages, Rishis, and Gods.

So far we have learned about Charaka, Sushruta, Sage Kashyapa, Sage Bharadwaja and a few more. Read more

Purusharthas are four goals of life or four aims, as mentioned in the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata. These four goals are Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha.

Maslow`s Hierarchy of Needs & Purusharthas

Despite the great divisions between the western and eastern ways of thinking, similarities between the two are amusingly peculiar.

In one of our earlier blog posts, we talked about Purusharthas.

Purusharthas are four goals of life or four aims, as mentioned in the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata.
These four goals are Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha.Purusharthas are four goals of life or four aims, as mentioned in the great epics of Ramayana and Mahabharata. These four goals are Dharma, Artha, Kama, and Moksha.
Similar to these four goals of life, as mentioned in Mahabharata and Ramayana, Sir Abraham Maslow in one of his works titled “A Theory of Human Motivation” talked about the hierarchy of needs amongst humans which have much in common to the Purusharthas of the east. Read more

6 Tastes in Ayurveda

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Four Goals, Purusharthas of Life: Amrutam

Why are you in a hurry?

It was only yesterday, that I was talking to a friend about the quest for meaning in our lives. Day in and day out, we do things. After all, more than anything it is difficult to do nothing and be calm. Read more

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