One panacea for all Diwali food onslaught

Diwali in India is a festival of light, food, new clothes, and happiness. It has social as well as the religious significance in different states. But the one commonness is mega celebrations. People who otherwise follow strict diet splurge during these days. There is nothing wrong to splurge once in a while. The trick is to manage our…

14 eating practices as per Ayurveda

“Those who are wise won’t be busy, and those who are too busy can’t be wise.” Lin Yutang, The Importance of Living “To keep the body in good health is a duty, otherwise we shall not be able to keep our mind strong and clear.” Buddha We are very busy and workaholic people. We are known…

11 wonderful benefits of Fasting

Fasting is in vogue these days. Hindus and Jains do fast in the month of Shravana (10th month of the Hindu calendar) and Paryushana respectively. However, the purpose and styles are different. While Jain fasts are with or without water and Hindu fasts are with restricted and specific diet.  Jain religion strongly emphasizes on fasting…

What Gandhiji thought about Naturopathy?

When Indian will be celebrating the 70th Independence Day on 15th Aug 2017, we all remember the role of the father of the nation Mahatma Gandhi in our freedom struggle. Documentaries are made on his leadership qualities. However, the aspect of Gandhiji which is not known to many is his love for Naturopathy for good…

6 ways to remain fit without exercise

Caution: These tips are not substitutes of exercise. These are complementary and necessary but not sufficient. Like businesses are having good practice guide and they follow it to the extent possible, we human being can also learn from good practices of other healthy people. Some of the proven, simple and baked by science practices, which…