The name “Ayurveda” is derived from two words in Sanskrit, “ayuh” meaning “life” or “longevity” and “veda” meaning “science” or “sacred knowledge.” Ayurveda’s definition therefore roughly translates as “the science of longevity” or “the sacred knowledge of life.”
Ayurveda is an irreplacable form of healing, it has been believed since hundreds of years abd it has experienced experienced a period of prosperity as the Vedic texts were taught and shared, but this was followed by an almost thousand-year struggle to remain relevant in the wake of India’s political struggles with various invading countries—most notably the British Empire.
What has Ayurveda got to say about health ?
The Sanskrit word for health, svastha, is a state in which the mind, soul, and senses interact harmoniously to experience a feeling of Self, wellness, and even bliss. Achieving this may seem like a lofty goal, but Ayurveda provides a treasure chest of elegant and insightful tools to help us get there.
Ayurveda contains these five elements and considers them as the foundation of nature-
According to Ayurveda everything contains these five elements and it is possible that one element might get dominant over the other.
This branch of medicine is all about healing from within, at BrainWeave we are trying to contribute our bit by aiding and collaborating with Dr.S.Sunder Singh Hakim & Attar.
This centre started in 1919 so that people know the magic of Ayurveda.
Our team is helping them to spread the message of the significance of the same by reaching out to people and spreading awareness.
BrainWeave believes in excellency and wants the legacy of this branch of medicine to carry on.