The AshtangaHridayam, the “Heart or Essence of all the Eight Branches of Ayurveda,” is one of the primary ancient root texts of Ayurveda. AshtangaHridayam is one of the three major literary works of Ayurveda. This text is composed by eminent scholar Vagbhatta and has 7120 verses written in a poetic style for easy recital. This book, written in the second half of the 7th century AD,presents a comprehensible account of Ayurvedic knowledge in a simple and understandable way. Today, the AshtangaHridayam continues to serve as a root source for Ayurvedic philosophy and protocol, providing clear guidelines in all aspects of health. Ayurveda Gurukulam is one of the leading Ayurveda Academy in India, Kerala. We offer online course for the same in this pandamic.
Duration 12 days (2.5 hours per day)
Part 1 –Ayuskamiyaadhyaya (desire for long life).
The Quest for Longevity: Foundational Principles of Ayurveda
Part 2 – .Dinacaryaadhyaya
Daily Regimen for Health and Longevity
Part 3 – Rtucaryaadhyaya
Seasonal Regimen and Guidelines for Disease Prevention
Part 4 –Roganutpadaniyaadhyaya (prevention of diseases).
Part 5 – Dravadravyavijnaniyaadhyaya (knowledge of liquid materials).
Part 6 –Annasvarupavijnaniyaadhyaya (nature of food materials).
Dietary Guidelines and the Impact of Foods on the Mind-Body
Part 7- Annaraksadhyaya (Protection of foods).
Part 8 –.Matrasitiyadhyaya (Proper quantity of food)
Part 9 – Dravyadivijnaniyaadhyaya (Knowledge of substances etc.).
Part 10 – Rasabhediyaadhyaya (classification of tastes).