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RUTUCHARYA -The Seasonal Regimen for Good Health


RUTUCHARYA -The Seasonal Regimen for Good Health

Rutu the season, classified by different features expresses various effects on the body as well as the environment. The concept of Rutucharya has been explained widely in all the Brihat Trayees of Ayurveda (Charaka,Sushrutha & Vagbhata samhita). It has laid out  various rules & regimens, regarding diet & behaviour to acclimatize seasonal enforcement easily without altering the body’s haemostasis. Rutu means season & Charya means regimen or discipline.

Obesity- FAQ’s & Remedies

All you would like to know about Weight Management…..

1. What is Obesity?

Home Remedies



Accidents do happen. Do not get alarmed by a spill of hot water on your arm or a touch & go with a hot sauce pan. Here are a few quick remedies..

Take an equal quantity of Honey and Ghee & apply it on the lesion.

Dhanvantri Homa at Prajna Kuteera

Lord dhanvantri is the incarnation of Lord Vishnu According to Puranas.

When Devas (Gods) and Asuras (Demons) churned the ocean for Amrita (nectar of immortality), it was Lord Dhanvantari who came out of the ocean with a pot of Amrita. Thus, Dhanvantari is clearly a lord who grants long life and immortality.


Dr Krishnamurthy who hails from a family of  Royal physicians has been performing Agnihotra for decades now ..a ritual & tradition and a therapy by itself, that has been passed on through Nine generations. He guides people through it every Saturday morning, at Sun rise at Prajna Kuteera Ayurveda Tapovan. He demonstrates the method of performing Agnihotra & explains the scientifically proven benefits of the ritual. He says....

Firstly, Agnihotra creates magnetic field which neutralizes negative energy and reinforces positive energy.

Swarna Praashana - The Elixir of life

Swarna praashana is an age old tradition practiced in Ayurveda.It is a procedure that potentiates the immune syatem in children.

Ayurveda - An enabler for Medical Tourism


Over 25 years ago, we had set a bold aspiration for health in India.

India was a signatory to the Alma-Ata Declaration 1978, to attain the global objective of “Health for All by year 2000”.

Inspite of all the improvements we have made so far, we are still well behind many of the developing / developed countries.

Ayurveda, the Mother of all Wisdom

Ayurveda is the science of life. The linking of the two Sanskrit words, Ayu - life and veda – knowledge or wisdom aptly describes the essence of the ancient system of medicine from India. The ancient Vedic tradition, cognized by the great Indian seers, offers a wealth of knowledge for a healthy and meaningful life.

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