Literal meaning of “Ayurveda” is science and knowledge of Age. This means knowledge about science of life. The word “Ayurveda” is the combination of two words “ Aayush” and “Veda”. Aayush means life and Veda means knowledge and science. This means “Ayurveda" word means “Science related to life”. Ayurveda is not only a medical treatment method but it is an art to live a healthy and happy life. Ayurveda is an art of living the life in a right and appropriate way. Ayurveda not only provides us the cures , treatments and knowledge about diseases but it also teaches us how to lead a healthy and systematic life.
Ayurveda is a volume or text which has described the forms of happy age, sad age, well-being age and non-well-being age. Another definition of Ayurveda states that one which contains thoughts about well-being and non-well-being of age is called Ayurveda. Ayurveda has only two objectives. Ayurveda's first objective is to cure the disease of diseased person. Ayurveda's second objective is to protect the health of healthy person. This way Ayurveda covers both purposes of prevention and treatment.
The Ayurveda Shastra is not created or invented by common people. Nor is it invented by medical experts, plant or vegetation experts. Ayurveda Shastra is not invented by the businesspersons of medicines or medical industries either. Ayurveda Shastra is created and invented by Yoga visionary, ascetic, altruistic and benevolent Rishi-Munis who possessed the divine, numinous and celestial knowledge. This is the reason Ayurveda is a mode of treatment which has no limits. Ayurveda is limitless, boundless and profound. Most common people do not understand the depth and delicacy of Ayurveda Shashtra so they cannot take the advantage of it. For past several years, we at Biovatica.Com , are trying our best to introduce the power of Ayurveda and Ayurveda Shastra to the common people. And it is a matter of jubilation for us that thousands of users/visitors of Biovatica.Com are now at least somewhat familiar with Ayurveda. Our many visitors now have a keen interest, curiosity and desire to accept Ayurveda. The more we try to understand Ayurveda ; we will get to know that it is difficult to swim across this ocean of knowledge.
Tridoshas:Vata, Pitta, Kapha
Aggravation or misbalancing of Tridoshas is called Sannipaat or Sannipata. A dosha is misbalanced by certain causes/reasons, diet regimen and lifestyles (Aahar-vihaar). Maintaining a regimen against those causes and situations pacifies the doshas.