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Approach to future ayurveda: Problems and solutions

Author: 
Dr. Rituraj Sarma and Dr. Sheetal Meena
Subject Area: 
Life Sciences
Abstract: 

Ayurveda, the science of mind, body and soul has succeed to bring wellness to millions of people since ages. Ayurveda mainly stresses on preventive and curative aspects of health, moreover it is science of life, and life starts from birth i.e. embryonic stage to fully mature or up to natural death and even few chapters after death too. Though Ayurveda is considered as eternal science, still it needs certain care and protection so that it remains flourishing always all over the world without any questioning or misunderstanding. For which we, the Ayurveda fraternity specially related to teaching are responsible to great extent, as stated earlier Ayurveda, science of life from birth, it too needs care right from birth, i.e. birth of an Ayurveda graduate starting from selection of candidate till the attainment of the degree. The lacunae arise from the birth of BAMS graduates, their confidence, interest and belief in Ayurveda, which totally depend on 5 years of duration spent in the institute. There are lots of problems for the students in the starting year which could only be solved by the faculties like, understanding the mood meter of the students, Swasangya and its understanding, concept of Ayurveda and its correlation with modern science, concept of Ayurveda and its explanation to the extent of belief and even more problem which can only be cleared during these 5.5 years and product that come out after this fruitful discussion will definitely love Ayurveda and will be interested in, and will do something for it. It is the duty of the faculty, to nourish the students by using certain strategies, techniques and newer innovations in academic procedure, to encourage the students towards Ayurveda because BAMS is a professional course, and one must give fruitful commitment to the system, which pave the way to earn their identity and fame as well. Ayurveda is not only the tree house of herbal drugs which are safe and effective rather it is also the rich source of many unique ideas, concepts and theories and approaches of ideal livings which are to be explored yet properly to incorporate in main stream of health care system or achieving a real positive heath of society. Lastly every Ayurveda person should contribute for the welfare of the system to uplift the science in future.

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