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Ayurveda

Ayurveda Ayurveda dates back for thousands of years. It’s a system of medicine from India. The word in Sanskrit means knowledge (veda) and life (ayur). There are different segments of Ayurveda and that’s it’s five elements, three qualities, and three mind-body principles (doshas). The main reason for this holistic system is to balance yourself. They believe that your body is self-correcting and self-perpetuating, like the universe itself. It mostly focuses on diet, yoga, and state of the mind, body...

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Ayurveda and Yoga

be discussed in this assignment are Ayurveda and Yoga respectively. A modality is a class of intervention that used to diagnose part of the body. Whole healing system or whole medical system is a system with defined philosophy focusing on a person as a whole to provide treatment for cure chronic condition. A whole healing system is usually formalized and documented. A whole healing system includes different modalities. Together with Siddha and Unani, Ayurveda are the three famous Indian Systems...

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Worlds Ayurveda Tourism

Worlds Ayurveda Tourism Ayurveda, considered to be the oldest system of medicine in the world, had its origin in India about five thousand years ago. A holistic method of healing using remedies offered by nature, Ayurveda which when followed can restore, rejuvenate and revitalize body, mind and soul.  Mention of Ayurveda can be found in the Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavat Gitaand other ancient texts of wisdom. Of the four Vedas, namely Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Adharva Veda, Ayurveda is said...

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Indian Ayurvedic Treatment

International Market Research Indian Ayurvedic Treatment Ayurveda Ayurveda is the oldest surviving comprehensive medical science in the world. The term is derived from its ancient Sanskrit roots -Ayus which stands for life and Ved' which symbolizes knowledge. Vedic culture was based on the Vedas [four books of knowledge] the origin of which dates back to 40000 years. This is an indication to the age-old roots of Ayurveda. Ancient physicians segmented the universe into different types of manifested...

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Traditional Indian Medicine

Ayurveda (Sanskrit Āyurveda आयुर्वेद, "life-knowledge"; )or ayurvedic medicine is a system of traditional medicine native to the Indian subcontinent . The oldest known ayurvedic texts are the Suśruta Saṃhitā and the Charaka Saṃhitā. These Classical Sanskrit encyclopedias of medicine are among the foundational and formally compiled works of ayurveda. Since Ayurveda is really the generic term for "traditional medicine" in India, actual practice may be widely divergent. Descriptively, one may either...

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Project Manager

December 2012.  Manager   Human Resources, Hotel Galadari, 64,  Lotus Road, Colombo 1.   Sir,                I am a final year undergraduate in Ayurveda Medicine at the Institute of Indigenous Medicine,  University of Colombo  and have completed a special course in  Ayurveda Beauticulture and Panchakarma at the Osethma College of Ayurveda and Traditional Medicine,  Maharagama.               I am seeking part time employment with a view to gaining experience in  Panchakarma  Therapy  at...

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including full-body massage and Kundalini classes ) 2 ½ years + 6 months assistantship, Certificate of Ayurveda (for foreign students) - 1 to 3 months. This training extends over three years. Of these 2.5 years of theoretical lessons and then it follows an internship for 6 months. The Theory subjects are; Ayurveda, Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology.The practical teaching includes all the Ayurveda therapies, particularly; Full body massage and steam bath, Kundalinimassage, Enema, eyes and heart –...

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Shahnaz Hussain - a Successful Indian Woman Entrepreneur

the training financially, she wrote articles for the Iran Tribune on various topics under different names. In the course of her studies, she learnt of the harmful effects of chemicals on the human body. Consequently, she turned her attention to Ayurveda (Refer Exhibit III), which she believed was the ideal alternative to chemical cosmetics, which not only harmed the human system but also led to the deterioration of the environment in the long run. After leaving Teheran, she trained extensively...

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Knowledge Management Practices in Ayurvedic Industry

knowledge and availability of plants with medicinal properties are part of the ancient wisdom and culture of India. Such knowledge has been passed within and across generations, and developed and amended with the benefit of scientific advance. Ayurveda one of the oldest Industries in India, depends on some form of Knowledge Management. The traditional medicine practiced over centuries, depended on methods of knowledge management, which seemed foolproof even today. Ancient writings in the traditional...

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Medicine and Himalaya Drug Company

The Himalaya Drug Company was founded in 1930 by Mr. M. Manal with a clear vision to bring Ayurveda to society in a contemporary form and to unravel the mystery behind the 5,000 year old system of medicine. The brand, the company analysed, is targeted at the modern Indian consumer who is willing to pay a premium for good medicine, and for those who believe in ayurveda .This is a good example of effective concept development. The current Himalaya logo is a visual definition of the brand. The leaf...

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