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Editorial – October 2019

Editorial – October 2019

Editorial
Discussion in favour and contrary to vegetarianism is not a new topic. Anthropological development highlights the reliance on non-vegetarians by hunter-gatherer societies among primitive men. Almost all great civilizations also developed along the river sides, rivers being a rich source of fishes and water for irrigation purposes. Virtually, cultural influences on attitudes and ideas towards foods are established facts. Being a vegetarian or non-vegetarian is matter of preference. There is no compulsion of eating specific types of food in Vedas, except when required according to conditions. Sacrifices are still in practice in India, specifically among worshippers of Shakti (Goddess Durga and Kali) in Bihar, Bengal etc. where meats are taken by followers as Prasad. Even Manu Smriti allows e...
Clinical Evaluation of Chandyadi Lepa for Dandruff

Clinical Evaluation of Chandyadi Lepa for Dandruff

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Professor (Dr.) Sandeep N. Mannopantar, Dept. of RS & BK, Bapuji Ayurvedic Medical College, Challkere   Dandruff is a common problem affecting around 50% of population, prevalent in age-groups of 14-50 years old. Flakes, itching, hair fall etc. are common symptoms. Suffering people usually get embarrassed in social environment due to this. High relative humidity of scalp hairs with sebum provides suitable conditions for the development of colony of Malassezia species, main culprits of dandruff. It was observed during study that patients with severe cases of dandruff prefer to modern medications. However, Ayurveda is having options with least side-effects. Ayurveda considers symptoms due to vata and khapha. Chandyadi lepa is one of Ayurvedic formulations which gives result in ...
Birthday Wishes To Founder Editor Of ARMARC- Honourable Aroor Ramesh Rao

Birthday Wishes To Founder Editor Of ARMARC- Honourable Aroor Ramesh Rao

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‘Fame and glory, power and managing capacity, spiritual splendor, nourishment and other means of subsistence belongs to those who know divinity as simple and one’, a quote of Atharvaveda qualifies immaculately for the founder editor of ARMARC, Honourable Aroor Ramesh Rao. Born on 14th October 1929 in Brahmin family of first mayor of Udupi (Karnataka, India), Late Shri Aroor Lakshminarayana Rao, he acquired charity and working for poor and society as innate characteristic. All-time support from his wife, Reputable Aroor Shantha Rao strengthened his ideas of almsgiving. She was born on 23rd October 1936. The whole ARMARC family offer Best wishes of Their Birthdays. We pray god for their healthier lives for coming years. Incredible contributions of both of them make the people of Koppa