Our rituals and traditions are scientific

He carries the legacy of three generations of dedicatedly working towards the growth and promotion of Ayurveda. He holds his expertise in drug development and is the recipient of UGC Career Award, ISCA Young Scientist Award and DBT Technology Transfer

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Mythical Animals

Other countries celebrate their mythical animals. Garuda belongs to Indian mythology but is the national bird and symbol of Indonesia. The Phoenix or Homa is revered in Iran. Here are some we should know:  Byangoma/Byangomi are the legendary birds of

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24 Gurus of Dattatreya

The Air to Dattatreya was a symbol of pure consciousness. Pervading everywhere, yet uncontaminated, carrying fragrance, but not being the fragrance, it teaches detachment, never staying in any one place, always moving. I became a grandmother last month – Anasuyaa

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Dharma and the Medical Tradition of Ancient India

Dharma cannot be translated as religion as this vast tradition of the sanatana dharma is not bound by certain sets of rules and regulations to be followed and the followers must pray or believe in certain God or god like

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In Ayurveda we seek 100 per cent efficacy

Any discussion in Ayurveda industry is incomplete without Mr.Ranjit Puranik, Trustee, World Ayurveda Foundation. He joined Shree Dhootapapeshwar Ltd. in 1993 as a Project Manager. Later in 1998, he became the Chief Executive Officer of the organization. In 2017, he

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Clinical Research in Ayurveda needs Improvisation

He is the Director General for Central, Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRS), under Ministry of AYUSH. He is a highly accomplished Academician, Ayurvedic Practitioner, Researcher and Administrator with a distinguished career spanning over two and half decades in

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