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The Three Components of Ayurveda: Kapha, Vata and Pitta

The Three Components of Ayurveda: Kapha, Vata and Pitta

The ancient Indian medical science of “Ayurveda” dates back to the Vedic era and it was incorporated in the fourth Veda i.e., Atharvana Veda. The word translates to knowledge (Veda) of life (Ayur); and is built on the premise of maintaining a proper balance between...

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Yoga Myths

Yoga Myths

Yoga originated in India in the early dawn of civilization. The word “Yoga” is derived from Sanskrit and it means “to join”, “to unite”, or “to yoke”. Yoga is an important discipline that is based on the science of healthy living. Yoga is a fusion of physical exercise...

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Doshas and Mental Health

Doshas and Mental Health

Ayurveda believes both the mind and body of a human are interlinked and any problem in the mind also affects the body. For instance, if the human mind is disturbed, the body reacts by changing the hormonal balance and the nervous system. So Ayurveda offers solutions...

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Diet for your Doshas

Diet for your Doshas

According to the Ayurvedic constitution, an individual tends to have dominance in one of the three doshas – Vata, Pitta, or Kapha.  Upon understanding the dominant dosha, one can learn what to eat and what to avoid for balancing them. Identify your dominant dosha on...

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Celebrate Makar Sankranti more healthily with Surya Namaskar

Celebrate Makar Sankranti more healthily with Surya Namaskar

The sun gives life and energy to the entire planet. What better way to honor the life nourisher and sustainer than to do a brief sequence? In response to this, the Ministry of AYUSH will organize a worldwide Surya Namaskar event to celebrate the northward movement of...

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Meditation – A Simple Guide for a Healthy Life

Meditation – A Simple Guide for a Healthy Life

Meditation – A Simple Guide for a Healthy Life Did you know meditation has been around since the BCE era? According to wall art from the Indus Valley, meditation was practiced nearly 5,000 years ago. People are pictured sitting on the ground with their legs crossed,...

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