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Ayurveda Day- November 13

Ayurveda Day wishes to all !! #ayurvedaforcovid19.......

हिताहितम् सुखं दुखं अयुस्तस्यहिताहितम् | मानं च तछ यत्रोक्तं आयुर्वेदः स उच्यते || This shlok is from Charaka Samhita. In Sanskrit, ayur means an ancient system of life and veda means knowledge. So the knowledge of happy, unhappy, healthy and unhealthy state of life is called Ayurveda. Ayurveda explores life and all its layers. Ayurveda has been arising in India from thousands of years ago. The shloka is from Charaka Samhita. In Sanskrit, ayur means an ancient system of life and veda means knowledge. So the knowledge of happy, unhappy, healthy and unhealthy state of life is called Ayurveda. Ayurveda explores life and all its layers. Ayurveda has been arising in India from thousands of years ago. As the world struggles to contain the Corona pandemic here we are commemmorating another Ayurveda Day..Not surprisingly the 2020 theme is 'Ayurveda for Covid'..!! True knowledge has unparalleled power to move the mountains and question the faith of the mighty..!! Ayurvedic science is undoubtedly time-tested knowledge concentrated in the bellows of rigorous clinical practices over the centuries. Interestingly Ayurveda was a health culture that revolutionised the Indian subcontinent and Mediterranean world and contributed to the development of healthcare system traditions in these societies.Apart from geographical influences in medicines used,the healthcare ideas revolved around several common themes in these parts of the world.Invasion and disruption of cultures in these areas led to the rapid decline of indigenous medicine and with it the health insights and valuable clinical observations acquired by the communities were neglected over time. Redeeming the lost faith in traditional healthcare wisdom was a herculean task.But backed by WHO(World Health Organisation) the premiere global health organisation, traditional knowledge about health and medicinal effects were recognised and collective efforts were adopted to rejuvenate traditional medicine and exploit their immense potential. Even as the world stares at a pandemic of alarming proportions,in countries like China traditional medical system worked hand-in-hand to conquer the emergency.This can be realised in India too.But it will require a determined,an unbiased and an informed society in the forefront to demand a change in India's public health system. We care for ayurveda... because we care for health of humanity... Team Sakalya wishes everyone bountiful health on this Ayurveda day🙏........


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