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Rajasvala Paricharya – DO’s and DON’T’s during menstruation according to Ayurveda

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sVjUHQP7R4c&t=19s Ayurveda prescribes a series of Do’s and DON’T’s during menstruation called as Rajasvala Paricharya. Paricharya is the lifestyle. What lifestyle should women adopt during their three days of monthly periods? Charaka Samhita summarizes this and says, on the onset of menstruation for 3 days and nights the woman should observe celibacy,

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Tridosha Concept – The Ayurvedic Rationale and elements in the Menstruation Practices

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XNXjaKQ4Heo&t=5s?cc_lang_pref=eng&cc_load_policy=1 In fact, even the people who practice this menstruation practices, they have forgotten there is an Ayurvedic rationale, Ayurvedic element to most of the menstruation practices that is mentioned in Vedas, Dharmasathra-s or any other texts. Ayurveda recognizes menstruation as a physiological process governed by the Tridosha-s. I spoke about

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Which deity presides menstruation in Hindu Dharma

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w56PbxY0_1o So, these practices give a positive perceptionand add to this the fact thatThe Hindus consider their goddesses has menstruation and celebrate festivals in honour of them. There is a festival Kamakhya, well known festival in Assam. The Kamakhya festival, I think Ambubachi, it is called where the goddess undergo yearly menstruation for three days

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The five layers of Individuality according to Hinduism

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TN-aVw1mCTw?cc_lang_pref=eng&cc_load_policy=1 Today, most of the, all our understanding is based on modern science. We say, we have a physical body and even our mind is denied an independent existence. They say the brain activity makes us think, but this is not how our Hindu tradition understands. This is not how our

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The importance of Birth and why abortion is considered in Hinduism as Brahmahatya?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dO434gqkEt0&t=4s Why is giving birth important? In our entire Hindu tradition, giving birth is considered very highly sacred, very highly punya, the Dharmic activity which is enormous merit, why? Because, birth is not just making babies as we call it today. It’s not making babies just that. It is a giving

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