This article focus on  Yogic Therapy For Dysentery. Dysentery is an intestinal inflammation which disturbs colon. It can causes mild stomach pain and cramp to severe diarrhea with blood mucus with feces. According to World Health Organization, dysentery are of two kinds; bacillary and amoebic. Bacillary dysentery is caused by the shigella bacillus. Amoebic is caused by an amoeba. Dysentery attacks large intestines. It rarely affects small intestines. It decreases the body weight in rapidRead More
Diarrhea is a condition in which the feces are discharged from the bowel in a liquid, watery form without proper digestion and consumption. The food or thing that we eat doesn’t digest and changes into solid form rather it tends to come out as it is taken. World Health Organization states, “Diarrhoea is usually a symptom of an infection in the intestinal tract, which can be caused by a variety of bacterial, viral and parasiticRead More
In spite of their distinct practice, Bandha has also been traditionally incorporated with other yogic practices such asana, pranayama and mudras. Therefore, they posit themselves as the significant constituents of yogic practice. The Sanskrit word ‘Bandha’ means ‘to lock’ or ‘to restrict’. Applying certain lock in the certain part of the body, the practice of Bandha is made. The flow of prana is protected performing Bandhas. In order to preserve and redirect the prana toRead More
Hair Fall and Ayurveda Ayurveda does miracles in hair fall, and in maintenance of healthy hair and scalp. In this article discusses the causes for hair fall and the steps to prevent loss of hair.” Normal and Abnormal Hair Fall :- If there is a fall of more than 100 hair strands per day, it is considered as abnormal hair fall, less than that is considered as normal. However, there will be a fall ofRead More
Stress Healing & Body Cleansing: A miracle of Ayurveda Fast paced life, skipping breakfast/lunch/ dinners, Chinese/ fast foods/ junk food cultures, busy schedules, sleepless nights, competition & complexity of Today’s World- in this process of hectic growth we subject ourselves to all kinds of unlimited physical & mental stresses. Besides stress & fatigue, an accumulation of toxins can interfere with the normal functions of the body. After 25 or 30 high levels of toxins, alsoRead More
Sound Healing Sound is supposed to be the form of a divinity in various traditions and cultures in the world. The sound being the part of life has been conceived as the real nature of the supreme existence of the God. In the Hindu philosophy there is a mantra in Sanskrit ‘Nada Brahma’ which means ‘Sound is God’. To make it apparent and evident, even the modern science has asserted the idea that the existenceRead More
What is Meditation? In the Vedic era, the practice of external rituals such fire were replaced by the internal contemplation and meditation. Buddhist texts also writes on meditation as a process for the inner forms of fire sacrifice. One of the most revered scriptures of Hindu called Geeta talks about meditation as a medium to spiritual journey which has to be regulated with satya (truth), ahimsa (Non-violence) and aparigraha (non-possessiveness). The holy book of VedantaRead More
Kundalini Meditation The word Kundalini derived from Sanskrit language, which literally means coiled. According to Yoga scripture a serpent is coiled at the base of the spine. If we do surgery we cannot find serpent, it carries symbolic meaning. Yoga scripture says at base of the spine (also called Muladhar Chakra) tremendous source of energy lies which is latent or not in awakening form. Kundalini meditation is technique of awakening that hidden energy for theRead More
The reasons can be numerous when the visit to Nepal comes in mind. More than ever in the history of human civilization has yoga been as fascinating and curious subject of study and learning as it has been in the recent years. With such highly growing field of study and learning, even the holidays have been prepared to learn and get idea on yoga. In such perspectives of Yoga and its’ booming scenario, Yoga HolidayRead More
In spite of its popularity and overwhelming craze for yoga, one aspect of hatha yoga called asana has been regarded as the yoga. Indeed, hatha yoga is one the ways to reach to the state of yoga by various means and procedures. Even though all kinds of yoga requires certain process and practices, they are not similar. In Hatha Yoga, the substantial concern lies on the asana, shat karma, pranayama, mudra, bandha and meditation.Read More
Ashtanga Yoga is the systematic set of sutras compiled by Maharshi Patanjali. The Sanskrit word Ashtanga means eight limbs. In other words, it is also said the eight limbs yoga. Sage Patanjali has formulated eight limbs as being the path to yoga. According to sage Patanjali, following all the limbs one can realize the state of Samadhi. It has also been named as Patanjali’s Raja Yoga.  However, the commentaries of different yogis vary in theRead More
Astrology has been conceived as one of the most exciting as well as questionable study of knowledge throughout the world. Even though the origin of the practice of astrology has been interrelated to the Mesopotamia, it has left enormous influence in every part of the world coming to this age of time.Read More
Hatha is a Sanskrit word which means ‘forceful’ or ‘willful’. The yoga which emphasizes the forceful or willful practice of yoga is called Hatha yoga in general sense. However, Hatha Yoga absorbs the deeper meaning. Hatha also has been defined as ha which represents prana, the vital force whereas tha represents mind, the mental energy. In other word, it can be stated that hath yoga is the practice which unites and harmonizes the mental and pranic energy.Read More
With the thriving expansion and popularity of Yoga in recent years than anytime else in the history of Yoga, it has been the talk of town and matter of research and interest not only to the people of yogic quest but also to the people who are hectic and indulged in their day to day life activities for progress, success and achievement in their career and betterment in life-style. Read More
The Sanskrit term chakra means ‘wheel’, ‘circle’ and ‘cycle’. In other words, the chakra is energy centre that exist in the subtle body. It has not any shape rather it is the psycho spiritual energy centre. Chakras are those energy centres through which the cosmic energy flows into the human body and these are the life-force energy centers.Read More
Generally the word ‘mudra’ denotes the gesture or attitude. Moreover, this word also has been used as financial term. In financial arena, it refers to currency. However, this implication as a currency totally comes under Nepali and Hindu script. In yogic understanding, the Sanskrit word ‘Mudra’ basically refers to “gesture”, “attitude”, “sign”, “mark” and “seal” which is performed implying the hands and fingers as well as whole body.Read More
Tratak is a Sanskrit word meaning ‘to see or gaze’. It is one of the practices of meditation performed gazing at a certain object. Generally, it is practiced looking at the flame of the lamp. Moreover, it also can be practiced gazing at the symbol, photo, circle, flower, moon, water, leaf or any point. Read More
You may be wondering why Nepal is one of the best choices for the journey of yoga and meditation. As a part of the eight highest peak of Himalayas, Nepal is a deeply spiritual yogic place. It is one of the best countries to host yoga retreats, yoga teacher training, meditation, healing and many more spiritual learning. So, Nepal is being famous as a 'Guru country' (country of yoga Master) all over the world on the path of yoga and meditation.Read More
Standing Postures 1. Padangusthasana ( Big toe Posture) You’re in the position of Samasthitih (Equal Standing Posture). Make your feet one foot apart. Place your palms on your hip joint. Look up Inhale and back. Exhale, bend forward and grab your both big toes by your index and middle fingers along with the support of thumbs. Inhale. Make your head up and straighten your hands and look at your third eye. Exhale. Bend down asRead More
The Sanskrit term chakra means ‘wheel’, ‘circle’ and ‘cycle’. In other words, the chakra is energy centre that exist in the subtle body. It has not any shape rather it is the psycho spiritual energy centre. In our body, the existence of chakras is numerous. However, the major chakras are perceived to be seven in our body. Mooladhara Chakra Mooladhara Chakra is situated at the base of the spine i.e. the perineum in the maleRead More