Classical or Traditional Ayurveda involves not just the study of classical texts, but also the deeper wisdom of the ancient Vedic Hindu Tradition, meaning that which actually goes back to and looks at the core Veda Samhitas (Four Vedas , viz. Rig Veda, Sama Veda, Yajur Veda, Atharva Veda), their systems of ayurveda, yoga, jyotisha, vedanta and other interrelated sciences. It also looks at specific classical formulas and diseases cases and how these were traditionally handled as also to the modern-day.
Durgadas is not only trained in all aspects of Ayurveda and clinical Ayurveda, but as a Veda Kovid, Jyotishi and Yoga and Ayurveda Teacher , he brings in various aspects of both his own clinical practice and research to help students who are learning Ayurveda, relative to bringing in these sister-sciences as jyotisha, vedanta, yoga and their deeper facets and how to handle them relative to patients, as well as various case studies for students studying Ayurveda and how they can manage these in their practices. He has written over twenty books on Ayurveda , the Vedas, Jyotisha, Yoga, Vedanta and facets of Indian history and classical / traditional Ayurveda , as well as numerous articles for organisations and is an Advanced student of Pandit Vamadeva Shastri (Dr. David Frawley) through the American Institute of Vedic Studies.
Durgadas has found that many come into Ayurveda and related sciences with fragmented knowledge and from non-Hindu backgrounds and thus cannot understand the cultural contexts and nuances of such, excepting a few who started such very early in life. His maternal grandfather was himself a Sanskrit scholar and his family have adhered to the shruti (revealed) vaidika texts for several generations. It was natural then, that he would integrate Ayurveda under Purna Ayurveda or an integral and complete system which aims to break down New-Age interpolations and to explore every amsha or portion of Vaidika sciences and philosophies in detail, which he also applies to Ayurveda .
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