Ayurveda is an art and science combined, its highest objective being the fulfillment of the ultimate destiny for all its followers moksha, salvation. It recognized that optimizing the efficiency of the human condition by cultivating health across all dimensions in a person is the way to ensure that one has a chance to perform karma (action) according to his dharma (sense of duty). It is from such lofty thoughts and empathy for suffering souls that this ancient healing system took its roots, and for over thousands of years, Ayurveda has served generation after generation in their quest for health. It is one of the greatest gifts that India has given to the world.

Ayurveda sees the entire universe as made up of five elements (The Pancha Maha Bhootas) in various combinations. In the human body, these elements are understood as physiological entities called the tridoshas vata (signifying movement and intention), pitta (signifying transformation and understanding) and kapha (signifying stability and retention); and the treatment of the body is effected by the balance of these entities.

However, a healthy body alone does not make for a healthy existence. The ideal of health, as expounded in Ayurveda, is a state where there is 
an equipoise of the tridoshas, malas (waste products from metabolic activities), agnis (metabolic facilitators), and dhatus (tissues) ...
an equanimity of the mind and senses...
and a soul that experience bliss.

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