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The Secret of Indian Health A Concept and Opinion

Author Name: Dr. P.G. Rao | Format: Paperback | Genre : Health & Fitness | Other Details

Embark on a journey to rediscover India's ancient wisdom for a healthier, more fulfilling life. From Mahatma Gandhi's simple lifestyle to the medicinal power of ancient coins, uncover forgotten treasures.

Explore the transformative potential of neem leaves and the daily routine of dinacharya for well-being. Reconnect with India's health system, where good water, food, and air were vital. 

As modern medicine advances, ponder if we're losing touch with natural remedies. Amid progress, reflect on trading simplicity for complexity and nature for convenience. 

Unravel the mysteries of the past for a balanced existence. Before tradition fades, embrace ancestral wisdom through this guide to reclaiming age-old practices for vitality and abundance.

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Dr. P.G. Rao

The author is a distinguished scientist in the field of organic chemistry, having served in the esteemed Natural Products Division of the Indian Institute of Integrative Medicine (formerly R.R. L.) in Jammutawi. With a wealth of experience, they have contributed significantly to the scientific community through numerous publications and presentations, showcasing their expertise and research contributions.

Their professional journey includes notable roles such as a Radio-Isotopic labeling and Radioimmunoassay (RIA) developer and analyst, reflecting their proficiency in advanced laboratory techniques. Their academic pursuits have been enriched by a DAAD Scholarship in Germany during 1980-81, further enhancing their knowledge and skills in their field.

Acknowledged for their scholarly achievements, they were honored with the Hari-om-trust Award, securing the prestigious second prize and earning the distinction of being a Gold medalist in 1984 from Gujarat Ayurvedic University, Jamnagar.

Beyond their academic pursuits, the author is actively involved in various humanitarian and spiritual endeavors. They are a dedicated member of the Yogoda Satsang Society in Ranchi and have served the Sri Bhagawan Satya Sai Seva Samithi, notably as the Secretary for Sai Seva Samithi in Jammu & Kashmir for a term.