Bṛhat

Universal Ideas from Patañjali’s Yoga Sūtras on Mind and Mental Health: Philosophy and Practice
The construction of the models of mind and mental health from the Western paradigm is demonstrably incomplete, attempting symptomatic relief. This has led to the utter neglect of the inner world, self-awareness, experiential realities and insights from the Indic Knowledge Systems (such as Yoga, Vedānta, Āyurveda etc.).

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By Chopra et al.

quest for harmony
culture

Quest for Harmony

In our introductory essay, Pankaj Saxena tells us what the cultural imperative is, and the redemption it provides.

the sacred everywhere
poetry

The Sacred Everywhere

The sacred in life, nature and the cosmos is made by that invisible, all-pervading consciousness, which defines this land we call Bhārata.

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Reclaiming Medical Ethics

The medical ethics was an important feature of the Āyurvedic curriculum, duly emphasized by ancient practitioners. Caraka’s Oath can be regarded as the summation of