Lost your password?
Don't have an account? Sign Up


In Ayurveda there are 2 types of Brahmi plants, one is called “Mandukparni” in Sanskrit, known as Marsh Pennywort in English and which is commonly known as Gotu Kola. Since the shape of the leaves of this plant is like that of a frog (Manduk), this plant is


In Ayurveda, Ashwagandha is one of the most used herbs, as a general tonic. It is considered as a national herb in India and is also called Indian Ginseng. It is used as one of the main ingredients in numerous Ayurvedic preparations which are recommended to boost one’s


In Ayurveda, (the Science of Life), meditation plays a very important role as a therapy, particularly to aid those suffering from psychological & emotional issues, and problems related to the nervous system. According to Ayurveda, our life is a combination of spirit (consciousness), ego, intelligence, mind, sense organs


Ayurveda means “Science of Life”.  Though an ancient science, it is timeless, hence it can be practically applied even today to maintain good health & treat ailments. Pranayama is the 5th limb (anga) of Ashtanga (8 limb) Yoga.  Pranayama follows Asanas (postures) and is followed by Dharana (concentration or withdrawal of mind & senses


The human body is a miniature of the universe.  Just as there are 7 main planets in the universe (according to the Vedic perspective), there are 7 main chakras in our body.  Manipur Chakra is the most important chakra of these 7 chakras.  Symbolically, the Manipur Chakra represents