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The word Ayurveda is derived from two words: Ayush means life and Veda means knowledge. Ayurveda literally means the science of life or Knowledge about Life.

Hitahitam Sukham Duhkhamayustasya Hitahitam | 
Mananca Tacca Yatroktamayurvedah Sa Ucyate || 

This shloka from Charak Samhita means: Ayurveda is a science that describes the  advantageous, disadvantageous, happy and unhappy states of life , in addition to what is good and bad for life and its measurement.

This ancient science underlines the need to live in tune with nature and aims to boost the body's immunity, thus aiding in preventing and fighting against all types of diseases.

This ancient science underlines the need to live in tune with nature and aims to boost the body's immunity, thus aiding in preventing and fighting against all types of diseases.

Ayurveda is a system of medicine which could heal with its natural remedies even the so called incurable diseases without any side effects.

Ayurveda is especially useful in ailments such as joint pains, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Psoriasis , Diabetes, Spondilitis , Asthma, Neurological disorders, migraine, Hyperacidity , Erectile Dysfunction , Sexual Wellness , Stress , Sleep Disorder , obesity , as well as patients with serious diseases such as paralysis, kidney disorders, spinal disorders and nervous disorders and so on. Only after examination of the patient by the physician, the actual diagnosis,

prognosis and course of treatment are determined and patients advised accordingly. Ayurveda offers a holistic solution for everything; from a healthy lifestyle, healthy food habits and the art of positive living to treatment management and the cure of chronic ailments without any harmful side effects. The combination of Ayurveda Medicines and therapies form the basis of the activities offered at our Centre.

Different treatments are offered to healthy people for "Wellness" purpose because prevention is always better than cure. Wellness is lifelong path & journey is different for different individuals. In Ayurveda it is popularly advised that

“ Swasthyasya Swasthya Rakshnam | Aaturasya Vikara Prashmanam || “

Means taking care of good health by all possible preventive measures to avoid illness. So we designed special wellness program for you & for your loved ones to participate in your wellness journey.

How Ayurveda Works

Ayurveda is not a system of healing that provides only relief from symptoms. It aims to restore health by working on the underlying causes of the disease. So, you will hear a lot about detoxification, cleansing, strengthening and rejuvenation in Ayurveda.

Ayurveda always aims to attack the root cause of the disease - its objective is not to suppress a particular symptom but to restore harmony and balance. It tries to accomplish this by balancing of impaired doshas (vata, pitta and kapha), digestion and elimination of toxins, strengthening of digestive fire, opening up of channels, and rejuvenation of dhatus (tissues). Thus, detoxification and cleansing is an integral part of Ayurveda science. These cleansing is not only done through medications or Panchakarma therapies, but also through a well-planned diet and the right lifestyle.

Ayurveda works by triggering your natural healing mechanism and uses the gift of nature (herbs, oils, minerals, fruits, spices etc.) to create a natural balance in the body. It not only works on a particular disease but aims to restore and maintain overall health and well-being.

Ayurvedic Body Types

According to Ayurveda, each one of us has a unique mix of three body principals that constitutes our mental, physical and spiritual well-being. These three principals are known as doshas, which are further classified as Vatta (air-ether), Kapha (water-earth) and Pitta (water).But each individual has its own unique constitution that is usually governed by one or two of the doshas predominantly. It means that that our Ayurvedic constitution is mainly be either of these doshas or a mixed constitution of two doshas like Vatta & Kapa, Kapa & Pitta or Vatta & Pitta.


The vatta dosha is known to govern all the movements of mind and body. From controlling the blood flow to elimination of the waste and harmful toxins to breathing and the flow of thoughts in the mind; the vatta dosha is like a predominant force that minimizes stress and feeds the creativity within you. If the vatta dosha is in balance, you will feel energetic, enthusiastic and lively, but the moment it becomes imbalanced, it manifests in the body problems like constipation, hypertension, fatigue, digestive challenges and restlessness among others.


The pitta dosha controls digestion, metabolism, and energy production. The primary function of Pitta is transformation. Those with a predominance of the Pitta principle have a fiery nature that manifests in both body and mind. Pittas have a lustrous complexion, perfect digestion, abundant energy, and a strong appetite. When out of balance, Pittas may suffer from skin rashes, burning sensations, peptic ulcers, excessive body heat, heartburn, and indigestion.


Kapha governs all structure and lubrication in the mind and body. It is the principle that holds the cells together and forms the muscle, fat, bone, and sinew. It controls weight, growth, lubrication for the joints and lungs, and formation of all the seven tissues — nutritive fluids, blood, fat, muscles, bones, marrow and reproductive tissues. It helps build excellent stamina but when it goes out of balance it can also cause a person to become overweight, sleep excessively, and suffer from the problem of diabetes, asthma and depression.