Originally posted by anjali chamoli View Post
Ayurvidya came into existence with a single motive of spreading the wealth of knowledge about Ayurvedic concepts throughout the world. Ayurveda is an ancient medical science which originated thousands of years ago in India. The principles of Ayurveda will always be applicable till the existence of life; however it requires evolution to fit in the modern lifestyle.

Understanding the need for updating and making Ayurveda easily accessible to every individual, Ayurvidya has been developed which will provide a common platform for Ayurveda scholars, Young doctors, Yoga Practitioners, Researchers and the Patients.

- Scholars can have quick revision about the diseases and easy explanation about the fundamental and therapeutic principles of Ayurveda. It will also help in building their faith towards Ayurveda.

- Young doctors can also refresh their knowledge and can get easy information about disease by which they can educate their patients.

- Yoga beginners and practitioners can learn yoga and pranayama procedures step wise, alongwith benefits, precautions and contraindications associated with each Yogasana and Pranayama.

- Researchers can use the information for R & D.

- Patients can also get educated about their disease and can become well familiar with Ayurvedic terms and concepts. Patients can also get online free consultation with the doctor regarding their medical condition.

The contents of this website are managed in a very organized manner which makes it easily accessible to every digital consumer. The language has been designed for easy understanding and to make learning fun.

This is a one stop portal for every person who is in quest of Ayurvedic knowledge.

Ayurvedic medical science is like a deep ocean of knowledge which cannot be limited to a small website. However, we have committed to work hard and put all our efforts in order to bring more and more authentic information at your fingertips.
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