‘Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam aturasya vikar prashamanam ||’Inspired from the ancient traditions of Ayurveda as mentioned in the Vedic scriptures and firmly founded in the nuanced understanding of healing through nature, here at Shri Vishwasom, we believe in not just curing bodily ailments but aspire to maintain an equilibrium at the level of individual's body, mind and spirit.Ayurveda, which literally translates into 'sacred knowledge of life' (Ayur = life, Veda = sacred knowledge) is a body of wisdom that advises on how our lifestyle should be structured in a way that our diet, exercise, routine and behaviour helps us be healthy and sound physically, mentally and spiritually.Keeping the same principles in mind, we endeavor to provide wholesome treatment to our patients amalgamating the best practices of Panchakarma, Ayurveda and its various therapies. Our medicinal formulations, carefully prepared from hand picked herbs, are an embodiment of purity and quality.'We also have expertise in 'Sidhant of Nadi Parikshak' (The art of pulse reading) which is a technique of examining a patient's pulse based on the 'tridoshas' viz. Vata (Wind), Pitta (Fire), Kapha (Earth) as mentioned by Charaka, Sushrut and Vaghbhat. SInce the skill requires a sharp intellect, keen sense of observation & in-depth study of scriptures along with calm mind perfected through years of practice, it is fast fading into obscurity.AyurvedAyu + Ved (Ayu = life, Veda = sacred knowledge/ Knowledge of life)."The Science of Life which explains the guidelines to be followed for making a healthy living is called Ayurveda"Ayurveda, the Upaveda of Adharva Veda, is one of the most ancient and unique healing systems in the world. It is based on an innate philosophy explained in detail in the Vedas, the Upanishads, the Bhagavat Gita and other religious texts.According to Ayurveda every living and non-living being has five basic elements (Pancha Maha Bhoothas) in them viz. earth, water, fire, air and ether(space). Ayurveda says human body is made up of these five elements as well, in the form of Doshas, Dhatus and Malas. When the Doshas are in perfect balance, a person is said to be healthy. In case there is an increase or decrease in these elements, it causes diseases and poor health. Prakruthi or the constitution is also a very important factor in the treatment of a disease.