The doctor is in When receiving Ayurvedic counseling in India, the differences to the west emerge immediately: firstly, it’s free, and secondly, the session is as long as need be. Well, maybe you can find this at home, especially at times in my own practice, when the consult evolves into a tour of the garden […]

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The concept of gurukula goes back to the Vedic age, where students live in residence to learn from a teacher. Prior to British rule, it was the main educational platform in India and South Asia, and was supported by donation. The word gurukula is a combination of the word guru, meaning teacher, and Kula, meaning […]

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