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GATE WAY TO ASRAMAM

A charitable society under name and style 'Sreenarayana Dharmasabha', which was founded in the year 1962, was exclusively meant for doing charitable activities. Vast and valuable existence of 53 years of the Sabha has culminated in floating so many ventures. Traditionally few of our members were hailing from ayurveda background who gained decades old experience and expertise in practicing ayurveda. This protracted practice and proven process triggered to the setting up of an ayurveda heritage. This was the rising event of P.N. Ayurvedasramam.





DHANWANTHARI TEMPLE

The idol of Dhanwanthari God of Ayurveda is our source of power which is enshrined and worshipped in the vicinity of this divine atmosphere where a temple is exclusively instituted for the divinity.





AYURVEDA - IT'S ORIGIN

The term "Ayurveda" is emanated from two components- i.e. ayush as life and veda as science and literally it is the science of life. Brahma, the originator of the system passed it on to Aswanikumars, who in turn imbibed and imparted the system to rishis from whom it was transpired among the people through generations.

Ayurveda, 5000 years old system of medicament is the traditional segment of India moduled and compiled from the age of vedas. Principles of Ayurveda are to preserve and promote physical, mental and spiritual stabilization of life.





BASIC PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA

The bedrock of ayurveda is on two theories i.e. panchamahabhootha theory and Tridosha theory. Ayurveda philosophy enunciates five basic elements of living matters like Prithvi (Earth), Jala (Water), Theja (Fire), Vayu (Air) and Akasha (Ether). Human body is made out of these five elements, collectively known as panchamahabootha. The physical functions of the body are totally governed by tiny biological units namely Vatha, Pitta and Kapha. These three doshas are the basic elements which influence the functions of the body. Ayurvedic treatment helps to restore the equilibrium of doshas. Ayurveda stipulates self healing, restricted nutritional diet, exercise, rest and relaxation pranayamas, cleansing and rejuvenation with the application of medicinal herbs. It lays great emphasis on preventive and dietary methods for the sustenance of good health.