Meet Gopi Vadsak Gopi Vadsak is best known by her Instagram username @aawaari. A mysterious personality behind the exotic blend of colors and designs, she’s a celebrated brand in herself. 7 April 2020 was the night of the supermoon and Gopi just got free capturing the moon’s cinematic sight. “As a photographer, I always try…
A Little Jar of Magic It was around August 2019, when Surabhi Natekar had decided to give Ayurveda a try. A remedy for her tumultuous anxiety was what she was looking for and after coming across Gopi’s (@aawaari) recommendations on her Instagram stories that said – “If you are struggling with anxiety, stress or even…
Do you know culture affects, shapes our mind / mental health? Until now, we would not have given much thought to culture with regard to its influence on mental health. We often think mental health or illnesses is a personal matter that has to do with the individual only. However, they are in general affected…
Negative thoughts are like a downward spiral. They can keep on going on for an eternity. Once I heard a story about two wolves, one was a good wolf and another bad wolf. These wolves had a master and the wolf, out of the two wolves, which master chose to feed, would keep getting stronger.
The master chose to feed the bad wolf and one fine day, the bad wolf ate the good wolf.
Shatavari is a plant belonging to Asparagus species and it is also known as Satavar, Shatamuli, and Vrishya.
Its botanical name is Asparagus Racemosus. The Shatavari plant is considered endangered now because of destructive harvesting and deforestation in the regions where it is grown.
The numbers of engagements have increased for each person and amongst all this chatter and noise, are you in touch with yourself and your health.
Wikipedia the online encyclopedia describes Health as:
“Health is the level of functional and metabolic efficiency of a living organism. In humans, it is the ability of individuals or communities to adapt and self-manage when facing physical, mental, psychological and social changes with environment.”
Amrutam Herbal Ubtan is an ancient formula used in Indian Households. Ubtan has been used from time-immemorial to beautify one`s skin and complexion.
Apart from its magical benefits on the physical front, it also helps in curing Acne, freckles and makes the skin smoother.
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.