‘Rays’ – Asha ki kiran is non-profit voluntary organization for the children living with HIV/AIDS. This organization was started with 3 children in Jaipur on January 1st, 2010 by famous women entrepreneur in Jaipur Ms. Rashmi Kuchhal and presently it is a shelter of more than 50. She provide them all the support needed for a healthy and happy life: education, medical aid, balanced meals, regular exercise and lots of love! She is one of the member of Vikas Manch, FICCI ladies organization and belong from family of freedom fighter.
Free Consultation by Chakrapani Doctors:
Chakrapani Ayurveda Clinic and Research Centre took initiative to provide Ayurveda consultation to these children and care takers of Rays organization in every three months. The children were provided with the Ayurvedic medicines for their minor illness, Ojas Avaleha (a unique Ayurvedic formulation to boost the immunity) followed by hygiene maintenance advises. This laid significant improvement in quality of life of these children. Though HIV is incurable disease till date, Ayurveda definitely has increased their overall energy level and maintained the positive health. The consultation was done by Dr. Lakshmi and Dr. Darpan along with Ayurveda Practitioner Tim. This initiative gave better outcome by helping these children to boost their immunity and the resist against the infection. The leader of this organization gave wondrous feedback. She shared that Ayurvedic consultation to these children has decreased the rate of illness remarkably and reduced the side effect of anti-retroviral treatment.
Chakrapani Ayurveda Clinic & Research Center, with a mission to spread knowledge of authentic Ayurveda worldwide, conducted 10 days Panchakarma training and personalized consultation for a group from Iran. The group of 20 people (17 ladies and 3 gentlemen) under the leadership of Mr. Mohamad Sasani and Mr. Mohamad Eyvazi arrived to the center on 1st February 2016. After a warm welcome by Chakrapni Ayurveda Team, body type analysis and diet & life style counseling session followed by personal consultation were conducted by expert doctors of Chakrapani Ayurveda.
Out of 20 members of the group, 6 members were interested in Panchakarma training along with their own Panchakarma treatments. The group stayed in our guest facilities “Raj Angan” and “Aashiyana”. Trainees found this training very useful for practicing in their country. The group was very enthusiastic and enjoyed the training, counseling and treatment sessions. Farewell ceremony was conducted on 12th February 2016 and gift hampers, containing freshly prepared herbal products, were offered to all members. It was a great experience for all.
Chakrapani Ayurveda Center, with a mission to spread knowledge of authentic Ayurveda worldwide, is conducting Ayurveda lecture every year for people from Israel, organized by Astha & Suranga group, who specialize in customized tours for women to different locations around the world from last ten years. To bring people more closer to India, Ayurveda has been included as a part of their itinerary for the group.
Chakrapani Ayurveda is associated with the group from last more than 8 years. For every group visit a guest lecture on Ayurveda followed by body type analysis and diet & life style counseling session is conducted by Chakrapani team of Doctors. This time a group of 14 ladies came to Hotel Sahapura House in the month of December under the leadership of Ms. Uti for Astha and Suranga group. Ayurveda lecture and counseling session was arranged at Hotel Sahapura House by Chakrapani Ayurveda Team. The lecture was delivered by Dr.Aditi followed by Body type analysis and counseling session with Dr. Lakshmi & Dr. Suman. The group was very enthusiastic and enjoyed the lecture and counseling session. It was a wonderful experience for all.
Every year groups from Italy under the leadership of Mrs. Sadbhawana and Prof. Arya Bharadwaj visit Chakrapani Ayurveda Center to train in Ayurveda and to explore Ayurveda. This year a group of 14 students from Italy under their guidance arrived at Chakrapani for 2 weeks intensive training on Ayurvedic massage techniques, beauty care therapies and pain management treatments. They were cordially welcomed in the Indian traditional way with Aarti, tilak and mala by the staff members of Chakrapani Center. Following Pooja and salutation to Lord Dhanwantari, there was welcome speech by Dr. Parvathy, inauguration and blessings from the chief guest Dr. Prof. K. Shankar Rao, honorable director, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur. The group was given theory and practical classes on interesting aspects of Ayurveda by Dr. Parvathy, Dr. Aditi, Dr. Lakshmi, Dr. Suman and Dr. Janaki. Felicitation ceremony was held on completion of the course and certificates were given. Students expressed their gratitude and interest in returning to Chakrapani for advanced level of Ayurvedic training and Panchakarma.
Inspite of eating organic, healthy and nutritious food, many of us do not get the proper nourishment. Do you conserve nutrients in foods? The following simple tips can help you cook the right way, preserving vitamins and minerals in food, thereby nourishing the body.
1) Some nutrients, especially Vitamin C can be lost easily by cooking. So it could advantageously be eaten in raw forms as salads or chutneys (grinded to a paste). Examples are Cucumber, Radish, Onion, etc.
2) Store watery vegetables like tomatoes, brinjals, etc. covered with a moist cloth. Store dry vegetables like onions, potatoes in dry boxes, open to the air.
3) Remove skins of vegetables as thinly as possible since many nutrients are found just below the skin.
4) Frying of vegetables destroys much more vitamins than controlled boiling, because frying temperature is much higher and besides there is exposure to air. So it is better to consume steamed or boiled vegetables.
5) Learn to boil rice with just enough water, usually two to two and half times the quantity of rice so that all the water is absorbed. When more quantity of water is used, excess water is later thrown away after cooking, valuable vitamins and minerals are washed out of the rice and lost.
Constipation : Remedies
1) Drinking a glass of warm milk before going to bed helps in easy evacuation in the morning. In case of severe constipation, mix two teaspoons of castor oil in the milk.
2) Drink one liter of warm water and walk around for a few minutes immediately after waking up early in the morning.
3)Drinking lemon juice mixed with warm water two to three times a day eases constipation. One or two teaspoons of aloe gel can be taken twice a day.
4) A common Ayurvedic formulation for constipation is Triphala powder. It is a powder made by grinding three kinds of herbs. A teaspoon of this powder taken with warm water or milk at the time going to bed is beneficial.
Chakrapani Ayurveda Center, with a mission to spread knowledge of authentic Ayurveda worldwide, is conducting Ayurveda lecture every year for people from Israel, organized by Astha & Suranga group.
Astha & Suranga group is a tour organizing company from Israel, organizing tours to India and introducing India and its land & culture to diverse group of people from last ten years. To bring people more closer to India, Ayurveda has been included as a part of their itinerary for the group.
Chakrapani Ayurveda feels proud to be associated with the group from last more than 8 years. For every group visit a guest lecture on Ayurveda followed by body type analysis and diet & life style counseling session is conducted by Chakrapani team of Doctors. The group comes twice or thrice a year and every time such sessions are conducted to spread and Introduce Ayurveda and its ways of healthy living.
This time the group came to Jaipur with 12 members in the month of February under the leadership of Ms.Revital for Astha and Suranga group. They stayed at Hotel Hilton. Our team of three doctors visited the Hotel to conduct Lecture and counseling session.Guest lecture was delivered by Dr.Aditi followed by Body type analysis and counseling session with Dr.Suman & Dr. Aniket.
The group was very enthusiastic and enjoyed the lecture and counseling session. Lecture was more an interactive session as the group came up with interesting and impressive queries related to Ayurveda, Panchakarma and concept of Prakriti (individual body type). They showed great interest to know more about Ayurveda therapies and importance of Panchakarma treatments. During the Counseling session, everyone was curious to know their dominant doshas and customized diet & life style suggests. It was a wonderful experience for all.
Chakrapani Ayurveda had a privilege to conduct training in association with the Ayurveda beauty college, Japan. A group of 5 students from Japan visited Chakrapani Ayurveda clinic for Ayurveda Massage Therapy course for 6 days under enthusiastic team leader Miss Aki Niikura.
The course included all topic related to beauty and women care. The group learned different rejuvenation therapy like Pizhichil, shirodhara, tarpan and beauty care therapies like udvartanam, shashtikshali pinda sweda. Theory classes were also conducted on topics like menopause. The practical’s were conducted by Dr. Aditi, Dr Parvathy and Dr. Suman, whereas the theory class was conducted by Dr. Lakshmi. The group was quite energetic and flexible during whole course and stay in Chakrapani. Each of them also had an individual consultation with our doctors.
It’s being astonishing experience for Chakrapani doctors to train Japanese students. Group was very kind hearted and loving during their whole course. Each day was a new experience as well as gave the deep thought of understanding to the group. The last day of training ended by awarding certificate to each trainee by Honourable guest Dr. Mita Kotecha (Head of Dravya guna department, NIA, Jaipur)upon completion of course successfully.
Group also expressed their experience with Chakrapani and rewarded the token of love to all doctors and therapies. They shared that they were impressed with the hospitality and the teaching methods of Chakrapani which gave them the easy understanding about all therapies and developed a proper skill after each practice. Chakrapani Ayurveda centre is proud of Ms. Aki Niikura for taking the vision of Ayurveda globally. She is doing excellent and dedicated job through her organisation in association with Chakrapani Ayurveda which definitely will create an awareness in people of Japan regarding Ayurveda and its Natural cure.
Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha is the recipient of this year’s Padma Shri Award, the fourth highest civilian award from the Government of India for his outstanding contributions towards the propagation and development of Ayurveda. This year government honored 104 persons with Padma Awards. These include 9 Padma Vibhushan, 20 Padma Bhushan and 75 Padma Shri awardees. They will receive the awards from President Pranab Mukherjee at a function in New Delhi in March or April.
Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha is an eminent Ayurvedic physician honored with Padma Shri in the Medicine category. Team Chakrapani takes this occasion to specially congratulate Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha for this prestigious and well-deserved honor bestowed upon him.
Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha completed his under graduation in 1985 and post graduation in 1991 from the esteemed Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar. Vaidya Kotecha is currently serving as the Vice Chancellor of Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar. He is also the founder of Chakrapani Ayurveda Clinic & Research Center Jaipur, India in the year 1998. Awarded Global Ayurveda Physician, Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha is an expert Ayurveda physician, actively involved in clinical, academic and research activities in Ayurveda at national and international level. He is also the member of Advisory Panel to the CCIM, Department of AYUSH.
Young Fantasy writer Ms. Kiara Loganathan attends Ayurveda course at Chakrapani
Ms Kiara Loganathan listed among the member of famous Goodreads visited Chakrapani Ayurveda Centre this month to attend Ayurveda course. She stayed with Chakrapani team for a week to learn Ayurveda. It was an astonishing experience teaching young talented mind.
About Kaira Loganathan
Kiara Loganathan was born on 30 June 2000, in Durban, South Africa. She is a grade 09 pupil at Kingsway High School in Amanzimtoti. She is a keen collector of figurines of dragons, unicorns, fairies and crystals. Kiara Loganathan proves that age does not hinder one’s dreams to write and has to date published two books viz The Goblin King and the Rare Dragonfly and her latest being Lost Treasure of Shanghai which was rated 4.33 and 4 respectively at Goodreads. She is an emerging author and has two more books yet to be published.
During her stay at Chakrapani
Ms Kiara undertook one week course on Ayurvedic dietetics and cooking. Classes were conducted on several topics like basic principles of Ayurveda, Ayurvedic perspective of dietetics, properties and uses of common spices and Prakriti (Body type Analysis). Theory section was accompanied by the cooking classes where she learned Ayurvedic way of cooking which fascinated and enriched her knowledge.
Kiara expressed her memorable vista during her stay at Chakrapani. She had warm and contented feeling about her course and promised to visit next year for more courses to acquire deeper knowledge of Ayurveda. It was an inspiring moment for Chakrapani team for Kiara’s proficient talent and we appreciate as well for her great Zest. She was awarded course completion certificate and Chakrapani team wished her all success.