A Little Example From The Book:
Ayurveda is a Sanskrit word, derived from two roots – ayur (which means life) and veda (knowledge). Knowledge arranged systematically with logic becomes science. Throughout the due course of time, Ayurveda became the science of life and now called so. It has its root in ancient vedic literature and encompasses our entire life, the body, mind and spirit.
Another longer definition of ayurveda goes: ayurhitahitamvyadhe nidaanamshamanam thathaa vidyate yatra vidhwadhihi tatra ayurveda uchyate. This verse takes us to a deeper level to understand what ayurveda is.
Manifestation of Creation:
From the essence of satva the five senses are created:- Ears to hear, skin to perceive touch, eyes to see, the tongue to taste, and the nose, to smell. The essence of rajas is manifested as the five motor organs: speech, hands, feet, genitals and the organs of excretion. The mind is derived from satva, whilst rajas is manifested as prana, the life force. The tamasic quality is likewise answerable for the creation of tan matra, the subtle elements, and from whom the five fundamental elements are manifested. They are space, air, fire, water and earth…
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