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Ayurveda for Health and Family Welfare

T L Devaraj (Author) Kashi Ayurveda Series
The book Ayurveda for Health and Family Welfare is the first book in the history of Ayurveda. There is a vivid description about maintenance of health through Swastha Vritta, Dinacharya, Ritucharya, Brhamacharya, sleep, exercise and practice of Yoga. This book consists of 4 parts first part A deals with Swasthavritta which is essential to people in this so called civilized world to get their bodily and mentally ailments cured or atleast prevented.
Part B: Deals with epidemic and endemic diseases and ways and means of their control.
Part C: Details about family from birth to menopause for women and to gents from child to old age.
Part D: Exhaustively deals with family planning in ancient India more than five thousands years ago, the nirodh like sheaths were used and vasectomy and operations are also advised. The spermicidal drugs are also used for contraception.
This books is written by an Ayurveda professor of repute will be useful to Health and Family Welfare department as well as Ayush Department.
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About the author

T L Devaraj

Prof. Dr. T L Devaraj a known name as a Ayurvedic Physician and writer of 40 books on Ayurveda. He is the recipient of Presidential Award. He was with Indian Medicine Department of Karnataka for more than three decades. His books are exported to Russia, Spain and Japan and some are translated to their languages. He had been honored internationally and nationally for his out standing and yeoman service to Ayurveda.

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Bibliographic information

Title Ayurveda for Health and Family Welfare
Author T L Devaraj
Format Hardcover
Date published: 20.08.2011
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8189469405, 9788189469405
length viii+264p., Bibliography; 23cm.