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Pancha-Karma and Ayurvedic Massage (An Old and Rare Book)

Pancha-Karma and Ayurvedic Massage (An Old and Rare Book)
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Pancha-Karma and Ayurvedic Massage (An Old and Rare Book)

Item Code: NAU406
Author: Dr. Avinash Lele, Dr. Subhash Ranade and Dr. Abbas Qutab
Publisher: International Academy of Ayurved, Puna
Language: English
Edition: 1997
Pages: 207
Other Details: 9.00 X 6.00 inch
weight of the book: 0.37 kg
About the Book

In the recent years, there is increasing trend to know more and more about Ayurveda, an ancient healing science. Panchakarma and massage are two most prominent fields in Ayurveda, which are becoming popular all over the world, and these days we find hundreds of centers offering these therapies to the needy people. It is useful to enhance natural beauty, to maintain health, for prevention of diseases snd to achieve longetivity. This book deals with all aspects of five purifactory procedures and other methods, which help these procedures. Since authors themselves have done thousands of these procedures, the reader will find the practical explanations of these procedures with many illustrations.

About the Authors

Dr. Avinash Lele B.A M.&S M.A.Sc. He is the director of International Academy of Ayurveda which is imparting education of Ayurveda both in theory and practicals in Massage, Panchakarma and other special methods in Ayurveda. In his own private clinic, he has done thousands of Panchakarma procedures since 1980. He has his own private Ayurvedic Hospital in Pune and his Hon. Physician and Professor of surgery at 'Ashtang Ayurveda College' in Pune. He is also working as visiting Professor to New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine, Boston and California College of Ayurveda in U.S.A.

Dr. Abbas Qutab M.D.. Ph.D. Dr. Qutab is the founder and director of 'New England Institute of Ayurvedic Medicine' in Boston and Ultimate Health Centers in U.S.A. He also holds Diplomatic status in Pain Management and Accupuncture. He has travelled extensively around the world for giving lectures on Ayurveda. He is the author of various books including the recently released book 'Healthand Disease in Ayurveda and Yoga'.

Dr. Subhash Ranade M.A.Sc.. Ph.D. He is Principal of 'Ashtang Ayurveda College' in Pune, India and is the author of more than 50 books on Ayurveda which have been published in German, Polish, Italian, English and many Indian languages. He has the honour of being the visiting Professor to both colleges of Ayurveda in U.S. and other institutes like Sewa Akademie in Germany, Orya in Italy, Foundation of Health in Poland and Ayurveda International Diffusing Association of Japan. Since 1981, he has visited and has conducted hundreds of Ayurveda courses for medical practitioners in Europa, U. S ,A . and Japan.


There is increasing curiosity and awareness about Ayurveda, the science of healing and its various branches not only in India but throughout the world. However the Panchkarma branch has attracted more attention than any other branches, and in last decade many Panchakarma centres have opened all over the world. On one side man is enjoying the fruits of modernisation but he is paying the price for the same also. Foods containing pre-servatives and toxic colouring and other substances, hybrid foods, frozen food, changed food habits, stress, pollution all are culminating into accumulation of waste products in the body. This is leading to early ageing, debility, loss of immunity which in turn is producing more number of diseases like chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple sclerosis, insomnia, depression and many other chronic diseases. More and more medicines are proving ineffective, as they do not reach the site of disease. Thus Panchakarma is useful in maintenance of health, curing diseases and for rejuvenation also. In such conditions, Massage and Panchakarma is proving very much beneficial, because it is removing all the waste materials and toxins from the body without taxing the body organs and thus is helping the cure of the disease. It also helps to rejuvenate the body cells and organs.

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