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Ayurvedic Practical Prescriber

Ayurvedic Practical Prescriber
$40.00
Item Code: NAK516
Author: Dr. L. Mahadevan
Publisher: Ayurvedic Educational and Charitable Trust
Language: English
Edition: 2019
ISBN: 9788192252957
Pages: 630
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 7.0 inch x 4.0 inch

About the Author

Dr. L. Mahadevan completed his post graduation M.D. Kayacikitsa, from Govt. Ayurveda College, Thiruvananthapuram with high academic credentials. He does intensive research in Neurology and Panchakarma. He practices in Neurology and Panchakarma. He practices in Derisanamcope (A village in Kanyakumari dist, Tamilnadu) and in Chennai. He teaches clinical medicine to students. His classes on clinical medicine to students. His classes on clinical medicine are unique in nature. He has written twenty books on Ayurveda.

Preface

We are happy to publish "Practical Prescriber of Ayurveda Medicine". This is based on the clinical experience and our understanding of tridos a theory and its application in clinical practice. The contents will be concise. Whatever the therapeutics we have tried and found to be very good are shared with you. We have given you an idea about multidisciplinary management program for common diseases that are seen by a general practitioner of ayurveda system in his day- today practice.

I hope this short guide will be a quick referral book for you. You can carry this book in your hand or keep a copy in your clinic which can be referred instantly. We wish you all the best.

I am thankful to Dr. Lijima.C, Dr.Shiny.C.P, Dr. Vandana.A, and Dr. Monisha.A.J for making my notes and presenting it in book form. It is because of their observation and studies during their stay with me in Derisananmcope. They were posted with me for internship at that time when I was taking classes. So they made notes out of that. I appreciate and congratulate every one of them. They are young budding Ayurvedic Doctors showing great interest in the science and have given a valuable contribution to the medical practitioners of ayurveda contributing their labour.

I am thankful to Dr. Roy.S.Devi Sahaya Mary and Dr. B. Jayalakshmi who are my students, also a resident medical officers in our institution, for her role in the making of the book and oveall co-ordination.

I thank Mr.R.A. Saju from the heart and soul for his sincerity, hard work and commitment

I thank Miss.K. Usha and Miss.M.S. Abiera for their support and efforts. May Lord bless us to all.

Contents

  Foreword by David Frawley ix-xxvi
  PART ONE: HINDUISM  
1 A Sanskrit 'Public School' 42463
2 An 'A' Class Vegetarian Hotel 42556
3 Cruelty to Animals: In the Name of Science 42948
4 A House for Cows in Every Colony 18-21
5 One God and Many Gods 22-26
6 Manna: The Heavenly Food 27-32
7 One Teacher, One School 33-41
8 The Problem of Self-Alienation: Anti-Hindu Hindus 42-47
9 How can India Contribute to the W orld if it Loses its Hindu Identity 48-52
10 Hindu Revaluation 53-56
11 An Unfinished Past: Dharma Inspired us in the early days 57-59
12 Purity and Pollution 60-64
13 It is Brahma-Vada, Not Brahmin-Vada 65-70
14 The Basic Facts of Gandhism 71-77
15 The Indian Universalism: No Mere Globalism 78-84
16 Mira Behn comes to Mahatma Gandhi 85-92
17 Hinduism Today: Problems and Remedies 93-101
18 Secularism: A Bogus Issue in the Indian Situation Indian Situation 102-114
19 Historians Versus History 115-125
20 One Man's Funeral is Another Man's Festivity or Indian Indians and American Indians 126-129
21 Scriptural Hit-Lists 130-134
22 Ramakrishna Mission: In Search of a New Identity 135-140
23 Sri Ramakrishna's Alleged "Practice of Islam and Christianity" 141-146
24 The Truth of Harmony and Multiple Paths 147-151
25 Repudiation of a Great Inheritance 152-155
26 Delusive Ideologies and Hate Religions 156-158
27 Crisis of a Great Mission 159-168
28 Divine Dancers 169-177
29 Cry, Freedom 178-181
30 Vivekananda, His Vision and Mission 182-186
31 A Resurgent Hinduism 187-192
32 The Sad Plight of Fiji Indians 193-198
33 Fiji Hindus Face Racial and Religious Persecution 199-204
34 Hinduism Today 205-211
35 Uniting Hindus Across the Globe 212-219
36 Fifty Years after Independence: A Dharmic Challenge 220-223
37 Self-Identity 224-233
38 A Newton Among the Brahmins 234-241
39 Zen and the Art of Farming 242-247
40 Buddhist Route and Upanishadic Tradition 248-251
41 How Meanings of Concepts Change 252-256
42 Degeneration of Polity: Plato on Modern Times 257-262
43 Psyche and Politics: A Probe into Decline of Values 263-267
44 A Nation in Search of its lost Greatness 268-271
45 Religion and Non-Religion 272-278
46 Hindu Roots of Sikhism 279-290
47 From Sikhs into Singhs 291-301
48 Sikh Separatism: Its Genesis and Development 302-310
49 The Hindu-Sikh Cleavage: Story of British Machination 311-320
50 Neo-Sikh View of History 321-328
51 The Happenings in Punjab: A form of Guerilla Warfare 329-334
  PART TWO: CHRISTIANITY  
52 The Battle of the Bible 337-345
53 The Legacy of Guilt 346-351
54 When God Plays Favourites 352-358
55 Jesus Christ Superstar 359-363
56 The Trials and Tears of Mary 364-368
57 At odds with Mysticism 369-372
58 Christianity Mainly for Export 373-381
59 Thy Kingdom is the Third W orld 382-387
60 Proselytisation as it is practised 388-395
61 The Sacred Facts 396-400

 

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