Category: Rediscovering Ayurveda


#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.


#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.


#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.


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.


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.


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.


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.



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.

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.


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