Ayushakti Ayurved- Dr Naram's one-pointed Commitment to Ayurveda.

Published: 19th August 2010
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By Loknath Swain

The Ayushakti Ayurved Health Centre ( popularly knows as Ayushakti) in Malad near Mumbai is the inspiration of Dr Pankaj Naram and a tribute to the ancient medical science of Ayurveda.Dr Naram is a world-renowned pulse diagnostician who received his in-depth training through a chance meeting with a Tibetan monk named Baba Ramdas Swami (who lived to the ripe old age of 124 years). His revered Guru agreed to pass on the secrets of pulse diagnosis or Siddha Nadi Vidhya, a practice prevalent in India more than 2000 years ago, to his wide-eyed young disciple, under a solemn oath. Siddha Pulse Reading goes deeply into your body, mind and emotions.

Baba Ramdas made Vaidya Naram vow that once trained, he would then pass on the knowledge to three other people in the same field without charging any fee. Then those three newly initiated people into the science of pulse diagnosis by Vaidya Naram, would in turn have to train three fresh disciples each, in the same tradition, devoid of any material gains. Through this method of chain reaction and dedicated selflessness, Dr  Naram and his team of efficient doctors would spread the power of Siddha Nadi Vidhya, dispelling the sufferings of ill people around them and serving mankind and the society at large. If the vow is broken by default or the misconduct of any single member, then the power of pulse diagnosis will cease to work.

That fateful meeting between Vaidya Naram and his Tibetan Guru took place in 1979 - nearly twenty four years ago. Now the head of this ancient Ayurveda lineage, Dr  Naram has treated over 500,000 people worldwide and followed each and every condition that his master asked of him. The result of this chance encounter has really done wonders. Call it a miracle - or Vaidya Naram's wholehearted devotion to his mentor and his exemplary perseverance.

Ayushakti Ayurveda, as it stands today, is a testimony to Dr  Naram's one-pointed commitment to a noble cause. This has also centres in over 110 countries including USA, Itally and German. As time rolls on , the centre is getting more momentum to go ahead with world citizens.

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