The Love song

A poet once wrote a love song and it was beautiful. And he made many copies of it, and sent them to his friends and his acquaintances, both men and women, and even to a young woman whom he had

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Chyawanaprash : Your friendly protector for centuries

For over 4,000 years, Chayawanprash is the most trusted armour against diseases and source of vigour, and vitality. Named after Maharshi Chyawan , Chyawanprash helps maintain youthfulness by renewing tissues and counterattacking degeneration Chyawanprash Awaleha, an Ayurvedic rasayan formulation, has

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Booti Of The Month : Panax Ginseng

There are many ginseng varieties, namely Korean, American, Siberian and Indian  (Aswagandha). Out of these, Indian ginseng is proved to be the most effective herb while Korean Ginseng (Panax Ginseng) is second most-effective. In traditional Chinese medicine, ginseng is used

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Can man live on this planet alone?

While science is just beginning to confirm the effect of animals on troubled adolescents, Karen Hawkins runs a healing farm in Maine where she takes in children and animals who are in need of healing. There is a drug rehabilitation

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Food As Elixir Of Life

We love our food, don’t we? In India, food is related to all the celebrations. When we want to celebrate, we say let’s eat and if we are sad it’s the food that we use to lift our mood. The

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Vipassana The Path Of Purity

Satya Narayan Goenka, global Acharya of Vipassana meditation, passed away peacefully at the age of 90 years at his residence in Mumbai on September 29, 2013. Acharya Goenkaji was a teacher of Vipassana meditation in the tradition of the late

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Making a sense of sensations, the Buddha way

The teaching of the Buddha has three basic constituents – Sila (1), Samadhi (2) and Panna (3). These are the fundamental elements of his 45-year teaching mission. Do these three aspects constitute his unique contribution to human civilization? Are these

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Vedana Control Your Craving Through Vipassana

The Buddha, out of his personal experience, found that suffering arises because of the mental habit of craving (tanhatanha). This in itself was not a new discovery, but what was unique to his teaching was that he found a practical

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7 Keys to Practice

One way of making the Yoga Sutras simpler and more accessible is to initially focus on a small number of the more straightforward, practical suggestions that contain foundation principles and practices. Following are seven such practices that will open the

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