Ministry Of Tourism 41st Webinar Dekho Apna Desh Pulse Science
To learn about the ancient form of health science pulseology and its fruitful benefits in the treatment of various spinal disorders, the Ministry of Tourism has a complete solution for spinal disorders by Dekho Apna Desh series. This unusual subject is a part of our culture and heritage, tourism plays a major role in showing these traits of a country. Ancient form of health pulse science clearly highlights how incredible our country is in various aspects apart from travel destinations. 41st session of Dekho Apna Desh Webinar Series 2020, in addition to Ministry of Tourism Directed by Director General, Rupinder Brar and Presented by Drs. Lakshminarayan Joshi, Dean Student Welfare Founder and Head of Faculty Yoga Science, Uttarakhand Sanskrit University along with him Drs. Arpita Negi, who is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Yoga Studies and Coordinator at ICDEOL at Himachal Pradesh University, Shimla. The Dekho Apna Desh webinar series is an attempt to showcase the rich diversity of India under Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat and it is continuously spreading the spirit of Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat through the virtual platform. Laxminarayan Joshi opened the webinar by telling the audience about the subject of Yogic pulse science. According to Ayurveda, vata (air + ether) pitta (fire + water) and kapa (earth + water) are three internal states of the body. Lakshminarayan explained how any imbalance of these elements in the body causes many disorders. He told that imbalance of Vata elements can cause 80 disorders in human body, similarly imbalance of Pitta element can cause 40 disorders and Kapa element can cause 20 disorders in human body. Thus, it is stated in Ayurveda that a dietary plan of a person should be made keeping in mind the body type with these elements. For example, a person suffering from hyper acidity is caused by an imbalance or excess of bile in the body. Therefore, he should take alkaline food in his diet which neutralizes the acidity and balances the body's bile element. These elements can also be disturbed with age. Nadi testing (or pulse diagnosis) helps determine problems or disorders caused by imbalance of vata, bile and phlegm. The root point of the pulse is called Kandasthan which is the navel region of the human body because the navel is the central force of the body. The baby growing in the mother's womb also gets nourishment from the umbilical cord, which is also connected to the baby's navel. There are 72,000 nadis (or channels) in our body. 72,000 nadis from the three original nadis spring, left, right and middle, ida, pingala and sushumna. The word "pulse" does not mean nerve. Rivers are channels or channels of life in the system. These 72,000 nadis do not have physical expression. There are 72,000 different ways in which energy or life moves. If the pranic energy would be more suitable for performing subtle exercises like body yoga through the left nasal passage ie Ida nadithene, similarly, if the pranic energy is passing through the right nasal passage, through the pingala nadi then it is appropriate for the body, It will be energetic practice and if the pranic energy flows through the middle path, it is suitable for spiritual practice. These three nerves are connected to the spinal cord of the body. Rear bone disorders occur due to irregular body alignment and can obstruct the functioning of other organs of the body as most of them are connected to the spinal cord. Dr. Laxminarayan Joshi explained the technique of how to get rid of his patients from lower back pain and many other problems immediately. The practice of yoga allows the free flow of energy inside the pulse and allows them to Helps to detox. According to Hatha Yoga, we can maintain blood flow by specific channels by doing some asanas. Dr. Arpita Negi explained how various asanas like makrana (crocodile pose) are performed, also known as natural alignment mudra, bhujangasana (snake posture), shavasan and bhujang shavasana which helps to overcome various spine disorders. Government of Uttarakhand And Uttarakhand Tourism Board celebrates International Yoga Week from 1st to 7th March every year. Dr. Laxminarayan Joshi invited the audience for this festival in the coming year to discover more and more about the nadism and other forms of health sciences and get a great experience in the enchanted state of Uttarakhand.