(17,40 EUR/100ml) yurveda Kräuter-Haaröl 100ml AMRITAAmrita Kräuter Haaröl verleiht dem Haar seidigen Glanz, Fülle und Elastizität. Anwendung: Das Öl auf Körpertemperatur erwärmen und vor der Haarwäsche sanft ins Haar einma
(56,57 EUR/100g) Ayurveda Haarwachs 35 gr. AMRITAAmrita Haarwachs ist ein natürlicher Repairkomplex. Reines Bienenwachs und Kokosöl glätten die Haarstruktur und bewahren das Haar vor dem Austrocknen. Die indische Stachelbeere Amla und die Eklipta-Pflanze kr
Rabi narayan Tripathy born in the year of 1972, in a brahmin family of village Kapileswar pur, Puri, the land of lord Jagannath, in the state of Orissa. He completed his schooling at the village itself under the guidance of his parents Mr. Raghunath Tripathy & Mrs Shantilata Tripathy. Being brought up in a family of teacher, he overwhelmed all good etiquette of an abstemious manhood. Dr. R.N. Tripathy at present working as a Professor in the department of Shalya tantra, Amrita School of Ayurveda, Amrita Viswavidyapeetham Deemed University, (University under sec.3 UGC Act 1956) a multi campus University accredited by NAAC with "A" grade. He has served as an undergraduate & post-graduate teacher in N.K.J. Ayurvedic Medical College, Bidar, Karnataka, and Desh Bhagat Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Mandi Gobindgarh, Punjab.. He has guided & co-guided more than ten theses, submitted to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore. He has worked as squad chief, paper valuer & examiner in RGUHS, Bangalore & Himachala University, Simla. He has presented many scientific papers in different state and national level seminars. Many research articles are also published in his name.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Vaid is a Brahmin clan from the Punjab, one of the seven clans of the Mohyals. The words Vaid and Rajvaid are particularly used to denote medical professionals in Indian history. The gotra or founding lineage of the Vaids is Dhanvantari. In the story of the Kurma Avatara mentioned in the Bhagavata Purana, during the Samudra manthan, fourteen ratnas emerged as a result of the churning of the oceans by the devas. The last founder to emerge was Dhanvantari, carrying Amrita, the elixir of life. He was a genius in medicine who invented Ayurveda and classified it into eight parts. Dhanvantari is one of the twenty-five avatars of Vishnu.