AIM OF AYURVEDA IN TWO FOLD
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1. To maintain and promote health in general.
2. To provide treatment for illness and enable healing.
This ancient science has been transmitted down the ages by its pioneers and practitioners through codified various health regimens and treatment modalities, which are relevant even today.
The study of Ayurveda includes herbal medicine, dietetics, body work, surgery, psychology and spirituality. It not only deals with medical science, but also with the social, ethical, intellectual,and spiritual life of man.

HUMAN BODY COMPOSITION
HUMAN BODY CONSIST OF DHOSAS,DHATUS AND MALAS
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The Doshas govern the physio-chemical and physiological activities of the Dhatus enter into the formation of a basic structure of a body cell, thereby performing some specific actions.The Malas are impurities partly excreted in a modified form after serving their physiological functions.These three elements are said to be in a dynamic equilibrium with eachother for the maintenance of health.

Welcome to Ayudharma

   “swasthasya swasthya rakshanam atturashya vikar prashamanam cha”
(To maintain health and to cure disease)




Shree Siddhipriya Ayurdhama committed to provide authentic Ayurvedic treatments, Consultations with experienced Ayurvedic doctors, well trained therapists, hygiene environment Shree Siddhipriya Ayurdhama offer consultations for Ayurveda, Homeopathy, Yoga and Naturopathy,
Physio therapy and Psychology.

Shree Siddhipriya Ayurdhama committed to provide authentic Ayurvedic treatments, Consultations with experienced Ayurvedic doctors, well trained therapists, hygiene environment.

What is Ayurveda?

The Vedic word Ayurveda has two root words--ayu and Veda. Every root word in the Vedic tradition has its own definition--thus, ayu has its own definition and so does Veda. Literally and concisely, ayu means "life" and Veda means "science." According to this translation, Ayurveda means "the science of life".