Category Archives: Festival

A day or period of time set aside for feasting and celebration

2012 Nandana

Get-together festival begins in Ayurveda

With the sun’s transition in to the “Uttarayana Punayakala” – the Northern inclination of Sun, the auspiciousness is out busted. Under the AYUSH directions, the CCIM starts inspections to the All Ayurveda colleges from January 27th onwards and completes before to 15th February. This visitation finalizes the 2012-13 sanctions of undergraduate and postgraduate admissions. The visitation of CCIM brought festive colour to the Ayurveda colleges. On the day of event one can see the working place with many new faces to make friendship and meet the old friends who appear like comets. We get educated well with present day style of Ayurveda curriculum. Students are pressured to decorate the college premises and departments. It is a very nice opportunity for the patients even. In normal days to get the food-bed is difficult. But in the Ayurveda festive moods, all managements will offer not only food-bed but also money. Thank God! Ayurveda managements not following the politicians to offer liquor bottle along with. The Visitors, Teachers, Doctors, Managements, Patients, Para-Medical staff in Ayurveda colleges will certainly enjoy the “Visitation Festival”.

May this festival bring you peace and harmony! Happy Ayurveda Festival- 2012

Happy New Year 2012

Happy New Year 2012 from Technoayurveda 

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Vasanta Panchami (वसंत पंचमि)

Vasanta Panchami (वसंत पंचमि) in 2011 falls on 8- 2-2011, which is an auspicious day to start the education as today is the birth day of Goddess Saraswathi – who gives the education and knowledge.

Today is such auspicious day of educating under the supervision of Seven Gods and one Goddess leads a student to wisdom, when a student follows them.

विद्यामन्त्रम्

  • दिशंतुमे देव सदा त्वदीय: दयातरंगानुचरा: कताक्षआ:।
  • श्रोत्रेु पुंसां अमृतक्षरन्तीम् सरस्वतीं संशरित कामधेनुम् ॥

Dhanvantari is the God of Ayurveda and Health. With out health no one can be successful in any field including education. A good body and Mind health is necessary to get the wisdom. धन्वन्तरि – आरोग्य रक्षाकृत स्वारोग्यप्रदायकाय श्री धन्वन्तरये नम:

सप्त मेधागणम्

  1. गरुत्मन्त – मातृ आञापरिपालक मातृविधेयकाय श्री वैनतेयाय नम: Vainateya – is a person who obeyed the Mother and brought the Amrut Kalasha from Heaven. That means obeying the Mother, who is the first teacher in the life is necessary. By which a person will get obedience and there by wisdom.
  2. लक्ष्मिहयग्रीव   – वाक् अ धिष्ठान  सथित वाक् धश्वराय श्री लक्ष्मीहयग्रीवाय नम: – Lakshmi Hayagreeva – seats on the tongue and offers the student – a good pronunciation and speech.
  3. ताराबृहस्पति – प्रञापारीण विद्याबुदधि प्रदायकाय सुरगुरवे तारासहित बृहस्पतये नम:  –   Tara Brihaspathi – is the teacher of Heaven, offers education, intellect and efficiencies.
  4. योगांजनेय –  सर्वकार्योन्मख कार्यफलसिद्धि प्रदायकायश्री योगांजनेयाय नम: –  Yoga Anjaneya – is the disciple of Rama incarnation of Vishnu and a student of Sun God – learned with all wisdom, Grammar, etc, offers devotion, dedication, Regulation, Involvement and Success.
  5. विद्यागणपति – परिपूर्ण श्रीघ्रलखन सिर  रूप प्रकाशकाय श्री विद्या गणपतये नम: –   Vidya Ganapathi – is a God of Education, who makes the best to reproduce what the student learned.
  6. मेधादक्षिणामूर्ति – नखिल मेधासंपत् प्रदायकायश्री मेधा दकषिणामूर्तये नम: –   Medha Dakshinamurthy – is a form of Lord Shiva, who makes Intellect to improve.
  7. कार्तिकेय –  सफुरण प्रदायकाय श्री कार्तिकेयाय नम: – Karthikeya – is son of Lord Shiva, rules the Memory of student. He helps the student to recollect and reproduce, when ever necessary.

सरस्वति – अखंड विद्या शरद्धा यश: प्रञा श्रिय बल आयुष्य तेज आरोग्य ञान प्रदायिन्यै   ॐ यैं सरस्वत्यै नम: – Saraswathi – When all seven Gods bless then ultimately Goddess Saraswathi will boon the student with an endless wisdom, Education, Fame, Skills, Health, Wealth, Strength, etए

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World Ayurveda Day

World Ayurveda Day (Aswiyuja Bahula Trayodashi)

Dhanvantari (Sanskrit: धन्वंतरी; also Dhanvanthari), the God of Ayurveda emerged on Aswiyuja Bahula Trayodashi of Indian Lunar calendar. The star of the day is Hasta in 2010 World Ayurveda Day (starts at 7 PM of 3rd November till 3:58 PM of 4th November 2010). Dhanvantari is considered as an avatar of Vishnu from the Hindu tradition. Dhanvantari appears in the Vedas and Puranas as the physician of the gods, and the God of Ayurvedic medicine. It is common practice in Hinduism for worshipers to pray to Dhanvantari seeking his blessings for sound health for themselves and/or others. The Ayurveda Gods of Heath are many viz. Aswins (The star on full moon day of Aswiyuj is Ashwin), Dhanvantari (Dhanam means – Treasure; the treasures are many types and here in this context is Health), Shiva (es is male and eva is female – a hermaphrodite deity; a conjugational health of all mankind), Indra (), etc. each and every word of Indian philosophy and medicine is meaningful. The Hasta in Aswin star month is susceptible for the ill health, so the preventive celebration. In World Ayurveda Day, a celebration of Arogya Dhanvantari – the emergence of health treasure in their (own) hands and the rest those who are with health and wealth purchase Gold as symbolic to be happy and healthy. Laxmi pooja is performed when the tithi (Trayodashi) falls in evening. In 2010 Laxmi pooja is on 3rd November and Dhanvantari celebration is on 4t November. The next day of Dhanvantari celebration is Naraka-Chaturdashi (), where the killing of the bad organisms starts and continues till Deepaval (deepa – lamp and avali – is line = the rows of lamps) with happiness of detoxifying and infection free atmosphere celebrates “Deepavali”. May all healthy! Celebrate Deepavali (Diwali)!

Happy Dasera 2010

Dasara, derived from the Sanskrit Dasha-hara meaning “remover of bad fate”, is among the most important festivals celebrated in India. Regional spellings include Dashera, Dussera and Dussehra.

Happy Dasera in 2010