Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Mango - a King of Fruits in Summer

Well, summer is on its peak, n we all knows that this is time to relish the gr8 taste of King of fruit MANGO.

Ayurveda also mentioned so many benefits of Mangoes in ancient texts.

पक्वं तु मधुरं वृष्यं बल सुख्प्रदं I 
गुरु वातहरं ह्रद्यं वर्ण्यं  शितम पित्तलं I
कषाय अनुरसं वन्हि श्लेष्म शुक्र विवर्धनं II

as said in Sanskrit, 
Ripe Mango fruit is best to eat. It sweet in taste, acts as aphrodisiac, Give stamina to body, good for ur heart, Good in Vata dosha diseases, Makes skin glowing and lustrous, improve digestive fire, coolant, and increase the quantity n quality of semen also.

Its rule that mango should be ripe by itself on tree, not manually. And organic Mango is best one now a days.

It contain Vitamine A, B, D and C. Also contain citric acid and gatic acid.
If you consume unripe mango / Green mango then it increase your digestive fire, it increases Vata and Pitta dosha. It increase dryness in body and if consuming more, it can develope blood and skin diseases, fever, eye problems. People used to consume green mango by various methods, Aachar/Pickle of green mango is very famous in India, its of two types- Sweet and Sour. 

In summer, juice of green mango is beneficial for body as its coolant and gives lots of stamina to body. Mango juice Recipe is known as "Panna" in India, Its given in my another post also,see- "Raw mango dish - Aam Panna"

Green mango dreid undr sun rays n make fine powder of it.Its called Aamchur. Its very tasty, increase your appetite,digest your food and good for constipation also. But it should be taken after recommendation of your Ayurveda doctor.

Mango juice is heavy in digestion, but good for the body.

Ayurveda mentioned n the texts to take sweet mango with milk.Its good for body as aphrodisiac, immunity booster. Gives stamina to the body, makes ur skin good n shiny.
Every part of Mangoes have different medicinal values. its fruit, seeds, skin, bark or anything ...every part is used as medicines in Ayurveda.
Here im not going to discuss medical part of them, Just you enjoy the Mango in this season and gather the stamina for next whole year.The Mango is very good fruit so relish its taste and Enjoy the summer. Have a happy n healthy summer.

Monday, April 28, 2014

Relish with Raw Mango Dish (AAM PANNA)

As we all knows that Mango is King of All Fruits.
We usually eat ripe mango as it have delicious taste and great properties of Vitamin and Anti oxidants.
But In India people used to make a very special of its kind of Dish of Raw Mango.
Its called "Panna" in India.As Ayurveda also suggest this drink to consume in Summer to beat the Heat.If you drink a glass of this dis everyday i m sure you will not fall ill in summer.As it have great vitamine properties, Full of antioxidants, It acts on Urinary tract, Gastro intestinal tract and make u very very healthy in the summer.
Its lovely refreshing drink with cooling effects,contain balance of electrolytes,it quenches thirst and prevent loss of electrolytes in the heat,  good as blood purifier also, effective as home remedy for heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
This drink is good for our immune systems, Prevent so many diseases and acts as a very good tonic in the summer.
Lets see how we can make it at home--->>>
- Take 3 Medium sized green Mangoes.
- Pressure cook the mangoes for 8 o 10 mins. (or another way is to cook the mangoes in microwave / or u can roast the whole mangoes over an open flame,till the skin get charred,n the flesh is soft)
- Now Peel the skin and remove the pulp of mangoes, discard the seeds.
- Use a hand blender and blend the pulp. Don’t make a complete puree of it. Allow some of the pulp to be there for that natural, fresh pulpy feeling.
- Pour into a vessel. Add sugar as per taste, Black salt, Freshly roasted and ground cumin powder n blend it till smooth.(you can mix 2 spoon of the herb UShir / Vala / Viteveria  zizanioedis in it to have gr8 taste,aroma n more health benefits)
- Once you have mixed the sugar and the spices, taste it if anything is required, add them else you can pour this into clean bottles and store in the refrigerator.
- You can store the extra pulp in the refrigerator up to 5-7 days in an airtight glass or plastic container.
- Add 4-5 tbsps in a tall glass, some cold water to top it up. Throw in a few cubes of ice and garnish with mint leaves and Enjoy a cool and refreshing healthy drink.

Dangerous Chemicals that we apply everyday

It's a love affair that's been going on for centuries. And no wonder. There's nothing like a new lipstick or favourite perfume to make us look and feel good. Or so we thought... In fact, according to a new report, most of our favourite cosmetics are cocktails of industrially produced and potentially dangerous chemicals that could damage our health and, in some cases, rather than delivering on their potent 'anti-ageing' promise, are causing us to age faster.

Research by Bionsen, a natural deodorant company, found that the average woman's daily grooming and make-up routine means she 'hosts' a staggering 515 different synthetic chemicals on her body every single day.

any of those are also used in products such as household cleaners, and have been linked to a number of health problems from allergies and skin sensitivity to more serious hormonal disturbances, fertility problems and even cancer. Parabens, for example, which are designed to preserve the shelf-life of your cosmetics, are one of the most widely used preservatives in the world, and are found in shampoos, hair gels, shaving gels and body lotions.

But their use is becoming increasingly controversial - a range of different studies has linked them to serious health problems including breast cancer, as well as fertility issues in men. Research from the Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine suggests that some parabens we had previously presumed to be safe, such as Methylparaben, may mutate and become toxic when exposed to sunlight, causing premature skin ageing and an increased risk of skin cancer. Methylparabens are found in more than 16,000 products, including moisturisers and toothpastes. Cosmetic producers have always defended their use of parabens on the grounds that they can't be absorbed into the body. But many leading researchers disagree, including Dr Barbara Olioso, an independent professional chemist, who says: 'Research shows that between 20 and 60 per cent of parabens may be absorbed into the body.'

There are a number of laws designed to protect us from dangerous chemicals in cosmetics, but researchers worry that they don't go far enough.
The Cosmetic Toiletries and Perfumery Association said : 'Stringent laws require all cosmetics to be safe, and each product undergoes a rigorous safety assessment. The number of ingredients in a product, or whether it is natural or man-made, has no bearing on how safe it is.'
They also say that any chemicals are present in safe doses that can't harm us. While that may be true, there is some disagreement over what constitutes a 'safe' level - for young people and children, or sensitive adults, these levels may not be so safe at all. And even if the relatively small amounts in individual products don't hurt us, there is growing concern over the number of products women use daily, and the cumulative effect of so many chemicals being used all over our bodies every day, for many years. As Charlotte Smith, spokesperson for Bionsen, says: 'Women have never been more image-conscious and their beauty regimes have changed over the years, from a simple "wash & go" attitude, to daily fake-tan applications, regular manicures, false lashes and hair extensions. 'Lots of the high-tech, new generation cosmetics and beauty "wonder" treatments naturally contain more chemicals to achieve even better results, which, of course, means women apply more chemicals than ever before.' If you want to protect yourself from chemical overload, reduce your overall cosmetics usage; switch to natural or organic products, and read the labels on your beauty and grooming products with care.

For better life we should go for Ayurveda Beauty Treatments, its herbal treatments - very natural and totally safe.

Ayurveda Treatments for skin Diseases--->>>   
The holistic management of health problems in ayurved comprises the three fold scientific approach towards diseases through diet, lifestyle and medicine.
Ayurveda has stated that skin diseases occur primarily due to sluggish liver function, which leads Pitta and Kapha Dosha dysfunction when toxins build up and the liver is overwhelmed, then the impurities show up in break-outs and other skin problems.
Another vital factor that contributes to healthy appearance is the clean bowel: hence the need for regular and complete bowel evacuation. In order to achieve this, a mild laxative like Trifala and a light diet are advisable if one suffers from constipation.

Effects of Stress on Skin
There are three types of stress, and all three impact the skin in different ways.

Mental stress starts a chain reaction that ends in a drying out the moisture in the skin. Thinning, dryness and the shrinking of the 'shrotasa' (microchannels) that carry nutritive fluid to the skin result in wrinkles and stress lines.

Emotional stress also affects the skin-just notice how anger or embarrassment can turn your face red. This shows the connection between emotions and the skin. If emotional stress becomes chronic, the result is acne, sun sensitivity, and other Pitta-based problems.

Physical stress: Exercising too much, working too much, or straining the body over a period of time causes physical stress. This causes the drying out of skin moisture and rough, aged skin.
To counteract mental stress, maintain a Vata-pacifying diet and daily routine. To bring emotional stress into balance, follow a Pitta-pacifying diet and routine. For physical stress, try to limit exercise or work to fifty percent of your physical stamina.

Scientifically treatments have been classified as shodhana & shamana.

Shodhan Treatment- 
When doshas are vitated in large guantity & disease is chronic then shodhan chikitsa should apply first.
Acharyas have classified shodhana as Basti, Vaman, Virechana, Raktamokshana (Blood letting) & nasya.
Shaman Treatment-
When doshas are minimally imbalanced & the body is weak. Shaman Treatment is more important.
Shaman treatment can be classified as external & internal.
Administration of proper food, medicines by mouth is internal treatment & the application of medicated oil, lepo (ointment), etc is external treatment.

Some homemade remedies for your skin -->>
For Acne & Pimples ---
  •  A paste made from one teaspoon each of sandalwood powder and turmeric mixed with milk, is very good. A paste of nutmeg and water is also beneficial.
  •  Half a cup of aloe vera pulp can be taken internally (Do not take internally if pregnant) or applied externally to the skin. Dosage: Twice a day.
  •  Before going to bed, was the face thoroughly and then apply a paste of 1 Tsp. coriander juice mixed with a pinch of turmeric powder.
  •  For pimples, apply a paste made from one teaspoon of cumin seeds. Remove after one hour.
  •  A paste of fresh fenugreek leaves, applied and washed off with warm water before going to bed prevents pimples.
For Pigmentation ---
  • Grind five almonds and mix with 1 teaspoon of fresh cream and a few drops of lemon juice. Apply this paste to the face and neck. Leave on for about fifteen minutes.
  • apply papaya juice, or mashed papaya, to the affected areas.
  • Grind equal amounts of sesame seeds and turmeric in a small quantity of
  • Water Apply to the face or discolored skin.
  • Make a paste from basil (tulsi) leaves and water to use on the affected skin
For Premature Aging---
  • Massage the face with ghee, almond oil or coconut oil before going to bed.
  •  Use grated cucumber in a face pack.
  • Apply fresh aloe Vera gel to the skin
There are more scientific Ayurveda treatments available for all type of skin problems.Dont follow any information blindly, Go and consult authentic Ayurveda Consultant and take a proper treatments for your skin.

Sunday, March 30, 2014

Chaitra Month - Ancient Importance & Ayurvedic Health benefits

Lord Brhma created the universe on the first day of shukla paksha (first fortnight / first half of the month) in the month of Chaitra.
He also gradually included planets, stars, ruthu (seasons) and rains for proper balance between born and finish. .
चैत्रामसि जगद्ब्रह्म ससर्जु प्रथमेहानि I
शुक्ल पक्ष समग्रन्थु तदा सूर्योदये सथि II
प्रवर्थया मास तथा कालस्य गणनामपि I
ग्रहान्नागा नृत्हून्मा सास्वथ्सरा न्वथ्सराधिपान् II
Chiatra month begins in March -April,according to position of planets systems. It is believed that each moments of this day is very ospicious. Just like the first rays of the sun touch a distant sky, the New Year ushers in a new hope, encourages a fresh start, in more ways than the sun rises in morning, the first page of the Hindu new calendar opens...

The Hindu New Year begins on Chaitra Shukla Pratipada, the first day of the bright fortnight of the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra . As the first day of Chaitra approaches, Nature seems to be conspiring as well to make it the ideal time to celebrate the new year. The spring season is in full swing, and the trees are bearing new green leaves and flowers...
What better season to start the New Year, when Krishna himself has said in the Srimadbhagwadgita (10.35): "Among the seasons, I am Vasant (spring)..." 
Peoples of India celebrates begginig of chaitra as a -
1) Gudi Padwa / Cheti Chand - New year day.
2) Chaitra Navratra - Nine day celebration of Maa Durga as this month is significance of rituals, fasting and devotions.
3) Ram Navmi - Birth of Lord Ram.
4) Hanuman Jayanti - Birth of Lord Hanuman
5) Ugadi - Yug(era)+ Aadi( beginning). Ugadi derivedd frm sanskrit word YUG aadi.
6) Thapna - Rajasthan
7) Cheti Chand - The Sindhi community celebrates the festival of Cheti Chand in honour of the birth of Ishtadeva Uderolal, popularly known as Jhulelal, the patron saint of the Sindhis. The Sindhi community prays with jyot or oil lamp, misri or crystal sugar, phota or cardamom, fal or fruits, and kalash or water jar.
8) Baishakhi - Sikh devotees generally attend the Gurdwara before dawn with flowers and offerings in hands on the occasion of Baisakhi. Rural areas of Punjab celebrate the festival by performing the bhangra dance.

There are numerous legends associates with the flag hosting on this day as defeats of Shakas by Shalivahan and some people hoist it to commemorate the victory of Shivaji maharaj also.
Now lets see d importance of this month as a health benefits--->>>
This month heralds the onset of the spring – synonymous with ushering in of new life on earth.
Spring is considered as the first season of the year indicating a new beginning. The trees shed old leaves paving way for the new one.
On this day people used to tie mango leaves at d door step of der home. Durning whole month of chaitra Ayurveda suggest to drink NEEM JUICE,d errived from fresh newly arrived neem in this seasons. 
As in this season Pitta dosha accumulate in body, and if it accumulate in more quntity it can cause blood / skin and other various diseases.
People eat d preparatio of neem leaves, jaggery, raw mango, tamarind juice, green chilli and a pinch of salt. The ingredients symbolise six tastes – bitterness, sweet, tang, sourness, heat and saltiness corresponding to six experiences of anger, happiness, disgust, sadness, fear and surprise.
Fasting is usually associated with many festivals, as a symbol of cleansing and purification. During Navratra, poeple on fast consume only fruits, milk, potato and other root vegetables.
Grains are avoided as it is believed that grains absorb negative energies. Sendha namak or rock salt is also used instead of common salt. It goes without saying that only vegetarian food is eaten.
A unique custom related to the festival is the eating the bittersweet leaves of the neem tree.
Sometimes, a paste of neem leaves is prepared and mixed with ajwain, gul/gur (jaggery), and termaric(haldi) . People can either have the neem leaves or the paste of them. The consumption of the bittersweet neem leaves is supposed to begin the festivities and believed to purify the blood and strengthen the body’s immune system against diseases.
This month is considered to be an auspicious day to start new business and ventures. For farmers, it is the time to plough their field and distribute food to laborers.
People in India prepare delicious ‘puran poli’(sweet roti) / shoonth Panak and Chana,Shrikhanda and distribute it to neighbors, relatives and friends.
As all above mentioned recipies r good to eradicate excessive PITTA from body. So by enjoying the season-festival one remain healthy by Ayurveda-natural way.
Its a celebration of life,
thus announces the beginning of all that is new under the sun – the plant and the animal kingdom. While the festive spirit has dwarfed over time for various reasons, the festival provides an occasion to herald change in one’s life, together.


Holi falls on the full moon of the vedic month of Falgun (mostly in March).
The word Holi is derived from Sanskrit word "Holika" which initially meant "cereals (wheat, millet) roasted over fire ". This derivation gives much emphasis to the fact that the festival is Vedic in origin.
A reference to "Baishwadeva Yagya" is found close to Vedic period which was performed for four months starting from the full moon day of Phalgun month.
In this ritual cereals consisting of wheat and millet were put in the holy fire as an offering to God/Goddess and the remains after the ritual was distributed as "Prasadam" to the community.
This is very similar to the way Holi is celebrated in northern parts of India where cereals are tied to stick and roasted in the Holi fire and the resultant ash is applied on the body very similar to distribution of Prasadam, As with the magnamous history and diversity of India many legends got attached with Holi which transformed the festival to its present form.

Lets have a look at important  HISTORY - holi
Narad Puran described Holi as celebration of the vanquishing of demoness "Holika" who was blessed with immunity from fire.
Holika's brother (Hiranyakashapu) was an aethist who was highly opposed to his pious son's "Prahlad's" devotion to Lord Vishnu. He tried all means to destroy his devotion and also him but failed .
Ultimately he instructed his sister "Holika" to carry "Prahlad" in her arms and sit in fire. On doing so conversely Holika died of severe burns but no harm came to Prahlad.
Holi as per Narad Puran is celebrated to commemorate this legend which on deeper levels describe the burning of material desires and social misconduct which occurs due to their pursuit in form of "Holika" in the holy fire and tread on the path of spiritual upliftment in form of "Prahlad"
Holi is celebrated after season of cold,in Vasant rutu.
In this season previously accumulated Kapha start melting in body and creates so many Kapha problems and diseases in body.
On this holy day of Festival ppl used to eat corn and dates.If we see its qualities, Both this can very much helpful to eradicate accumulated kapha from body.
Along with dat in Gujarat people r used to consume sugar candy, as it can produce godd Kapha in body.
In d evening time on d d ay of Holi, People get together and light the fire. They do “PRADAKSHINA” or dey move around d fire, as this heat can b benificial to eradicate Kapha also.
So celebration of Holi is very much benificial by Health means.
Phalgun Shulka Purnima (full moon) is the last day of the Vedic calendar and a new year starts from the next day , the advent of Chaitra.
Hence the bonfire reflects burning the deeds of past year and accepting the new with happiness. Holi also marks a change in climatic conditions as the Indian region from extreme cold moves towards heat and hence there is rise in "KAPHA" (phlegm) disorders due to its liquification from its accumulation in the cold season. This gives rose to epidemics and infections. Celebrating around the "Holi" fire exposes the body to extreme heat which helps liquefy and destroy the phlegm making the body resistant to infection. Even the acts of shouting, running and absorbing the flames are an indication to indulge in heavy activity to get rid of phlegm and expose to medicate fumes to destroy phlegm in the sinus of the head and prevent disease
Holi is known as "Madan Mahotsava" in south India. Since the fruiting season starts from this day it is considered as an period of "Kamadeva" the god of "progeny" and "carnal pleasures". Hence Kamdeva is worshipped on Holi. This period is considered highly favorable for fertility. The period is considered pious with a very good reference to Lord Krishna who associated himself with "Kama (physical cohabitation)" and describes it to be pious and must be initiated without violating religious protocols as an act of duty and not lust. Lust deprecates a soul and makes it wander for ages and hence Kama must be used to beget offsprings. Hence "Kama puja" (now deprecated due to unavailable literature and reduced to uncouth meanings) was once considered sacred and important and was performed around this time.
Life becomes a celebration. Burning the past, you gear up for a new beginning. Your emotions, like fire, burn you. But when they are a fountain of colours, they add charm to your life. In ignorance, emotions are a bother; in knowledge, the same emotions add colour.
Each emotion is associated with a colour — anger with red, jealousy with green, vibrancy and happiness with yellow, love with pink, vastness with blue, peace with white, sacrifice with saffron and knowledge with violet.
Like Holi life should be colourful, not boring. When each colour is seen clearly, it is colourful. When all the colours get mixed, you end up with black. So also in life, we play different roles. Each role and emotion needs to be clearly defined.

ITALY - The festival of "Radeca" celebrated in month of February is very similar to "Holi" (Effigy of Chammpionnate is burned).
FRANCE - Normandy is a place where equivalent of Holi is seen. Here statues from dry grass are made and burnt from all sides with loud shouts of scolds and curses
GERMANY- During Easter, twigs and sticks are collected near a wooden pillar at set ablaze. Children have a fun day by smearing color on each other.
SWEDEN/NORWAY -During birth anniversary of St. John, people gather at a common place and have bonfire around which they merrily dance, sing wishing each other health and prosperity
SIBERIA -Siberians sings and dance over a bonfire holding each others hands celebrating the advent of summer
USA - The festival of Halloween on 31st October can be co-related to rites of Holi.
Holi is also called the Spring Festival - as it marks the arrival of spring the season of hope and joy. The gloom of the winter goes as Holi promises of bright summer days. Nature too, it seems rejoices at the arrival of Holi and wears its best clothes. Fields get filled with crops promising a good harvest to the farmers and flowers bloom colouring the surroundings and filling fragrance in the air.
It is said the spirit of  Holi encourages the feeling of brotherhood in society and even the enemies turn friend on this day. People of all communities and even religions participate in this joyous and colouful festival and strenthen the secular fabric of the nation.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Ayurveda Chalisa

श्री गुरु चरण सरोज रज !
निज मन ,मुकुरु सुधारी !!
त्रिदोष,त्रिगुण सिद्धांत अपनाय जो !
चिकित्सा में निश्चित फल पाय !!
बुद्धिहीन उसे जानिए,जो बिरसे मूल सिद्धांत !
बल,बुद्धि,मेधा,कान्ति बढाए ,हरहु सारे विकार !!
जय आयुर्वेद ज्ञान गुण सागर !
जय ब्रह्मा जिन्हुं किया लोक उजागर !!
भारद्वाज थे अतुलित बल-धामा !
सशरीर स्वर्ग से पृथ्वी पर लायो गुणी ज्ञाना !!
वृहत्त्रयी विक्रम अनन्यरंगी !
चिकित्सा और सुखायु के संगी !!
कांचनी,वासा,अमृता सुबेसा !
त्रिफला,त्रिकटु आदि अनेक अभिशेषा!!
वज्र,बंग ,स्वर्ण रस इति शोभे !
रसेन्द्र  महौषधि इति होवे !!
चरक,सुश्रुत,वाग्भट इति वंदन !
ऋषि-महर्षि महाप्रताप जग वंदन !!
रसायन,वाजी गुणी अति अद्भुत !
चिर यौवन प्रज्ञां का द्योतक !!
श्लोक सूत्र सुनिवे को रसिया !
हर उपनीय के मन रच  बसिया !!
सूक्ष्म रूप पदार्थ प्रथम दर्शाया !
विकट रूप जब समझ न आया !!
औषधि रूप सब रोग संहारे !
धन्वन्तरी के काज सँवारे !!
संजीवन मृत्युंजय लखन जियाये !
दिव्य अमृततुल्य फल पावे !!
आचार्य ऋषि किन्ही  बहुत बड़ाई !
तुम मम सब  प्रिय भाई !!
सहस विश्व तुम्हरो गुण गावे !
अस कहीं गुरूवर कंठ लगावे !!
 ब्रह्मा, दक्ष,इन्द्र  आदि मुनीसा !
पुनर्वसु आत्रेय सहित अहीसा !!
संहिता कुबेर चिकित्सा सूत्रों का !
नोउपनीय कोबिद समझे कहाँ ते !!
तुम उपकार रोगी पर कीन्हा !
चतुष्पाद गुण कही  दीन्हा !!
सूत्र,मंत्र जो नहीं माना !
अनादि,शाश्वत,नित्य को नहीं जाना !!
युग सहर्ष आयुर्वेद अपनाए !
भारत भाल जग उच्च उठाए !!
अकृच्छसुखसाध्य रोग समुद्र  माहीं !
पार  लगावे सो अचरज नाहीं !!
दुरूह,दुष्कर रुजा दूर करी देते !
सुगम अनुग्रह तुम्हरे तेते !!
आयुर्वेद आचार्यों के तुम रखवारे !
होत न आज्ञां मूढमति बिनु पैसारे !!
सब सुख रोगी को मिले तुम्हारी सरना !
तुम रक्षक काहू को डरना !
तुम्हरों तेज जगत में साजे !!
पूर्व पश्चिम अब तुमको अपनाए !
भूत,देवता,ग्रह ,बाधा निकट नहिं आवे    !!
आयुर्वेद जब रोगी जन अपनावे !
नासे रोग हरै सब पीरा !!
प्रयोग निरंतर आयुर्वेद के बीरा !
संकट तें वृहत-लघुत्रयी छुडावे !!
मन क्रम वचन ध्यान जो लावै !
सब पर भारी चरक सुश्रुत राजा !!
चिकित्सा काज सकल    तुम साजा  !
और मनोरथ जो कोई लावै !
सोई अमित जीवन फल पावे !!
चारों युग प्रताप तुम्हारा !
है प्रसिद्ध जगत उजियारा !!
स्वस्थ स्वास्थ्य के तुम रखवारे !
आर्ष सत्व है तुमको प्यारे !!
अष्टांग षोडशांग सिद्धि के तुम दाता !
दीन- हीन सब सुखायु दाता !!
ब्रह्म,आचार रसायन तुम्हरे दासा !
सदा रहो वैद्यों के तुम  पासा !!
तुम्हरे भजन आचार्यों को भावे !
रोगी के समस्त दुःख बिसरावे !!
अंत काल मोक्षपुर जाई !
जहां जन्म आयुर्वेद भक्त कहाई !!
और देवता चित न धरई !
आयुर्वेद से सर्व   सुख करई !!
रुजा,संकट मिटे सब पीरा !
जो सुमिरे आयुर्वेद बलबीरा !!
जै जै आयुर्वेद गोसाई !
कृपा करहु  गुरुदेव क़ी नाई !!
 नित्य प्रयोग करे इसे   जोई !
छुटहीं बंदि महासुख होई !!
जो यह पढ़े आयुर्वेद चालीसा !
होय सिद्धि साखी जोशीसा !!
माधव,निघंटु ,शारंग आदि चेरा !
कीजे नाथ हृदय मंह डेरा !!
जय आयुर्वेद  ...!! जय धन्वंतरी...!!
****(स्वरचित)डॉ.नवीन जोशी,सर्वाधिकार सुरक्षित
प्रकाशित आयुष दर्पण पत्रिका वर्ष4 अंक जुलाई-दिसंबर 2013

Thursday, February 6, 2014

Left Brain Vs Right Brain

Simple comparison of works done by our brain....Its interesting...!

Left Brain Text:
“I am the left brain. I am a scientist.
A mathematician.
I love the familiar. I categorize.
I am accurate. Linear. Analytical. Strategic.
I am practical. Always in control.
A master of words and language. Realistic.
I calculate equations and play with numbers.
I am order. I am logic. I know exactly who I am.”
Right Brain Text:
“I am the right brain.
I am creativity. A free spirit.
Iam passion. Yearning. Sensuality.
I am the sound of roaring laughter.
I am taste.
The feeling of sand beneath bare feat.
I am movement. Vivid colors.
I am the urge to paint on an empty canvas.
I am boundless imagination. Art. Poetry.
I sense. I feel. I am everything I wanted to be.”