Monday, March 31, 2014

Agasthiyar Siddha Ayurveda

The Agasthiyar Siddha Ayurveda Hospital was established on 1989 at Coimbatore in Tamil Nadu, India.
Founder : 
Dr. Sri Brahmananda SwamigalThe founder of Agasthiyar Siddha Ayurveda Hospital was, the Great Legend Late Dr. Sri Brahmananda Swamigal. He was born on 21.06.1934 in Kanyakumari District. In tamilnadu.As the 4thson of SivadhaAchary a well-known traditional siddha physician and Ammaluammal. He got interested in medicine at the age of 8yrs. So he started his Gurukulam period under his respectful master Sri Velayuthampillai from Thiruvettar in Kanyakumari District. 

Under his able guidance he learnt spiritualism, Siddha and Ayurveda medicines and its medicinal preparation. Also he gathered much knowledge of traditional Siddha medicine from his father. 

Then from Guru GangadharanThambiAsan he learnt the Art of varmakalai which is an advanced part of martial art and esoteric healing art, originating from ancient tamilnadu in south india. From his third Guru named suseendaranNamboodari he learnt Yoga and meditation. Due to his deep knowledge, humility, innate sincerity and capacity of untiring hard work he attained deeksha from his Guru and establishedAgasthiyar Siddha Ayurveda Hospital and started his successful practice in serving life of many people from most dreadful diseases Such as cancer(All types), Arthritis, Skin problem, All types of vatta ailments, Asthma, Liver ailments, Kidney failure etc by his valuable own herbal preparation. 

Over to his spiritual thirst and more Bakthi to god. He built a temple in a small village named vellalore which is located in Coimbatore. The main duity of this temple in Lord Shiva. Here the Lord shiva was built in Navsparshanam – a metals.The temple is Sri ArulmiguSiddhalingeswarar Temple. 

His peculiar way of diagnoising the ailments of the patients is through Nadipareeksha as taught in shastra, in early morning at empty stomach. The traditional way of treatments done here are ulichal, plichal, Abyangam, Sirodhara, All types of Vasti, NavaraTheippu, Nasyam, Tharpanam, varmaThadavuggal(treatment in vital points). There treatments were done by well trained, under the guidance of expert physician. 

Knowledge about Ayurveda : 
Ayur means life, veda means science. The meaning of Ayurveda is science of life. It is eternal Ayurveda can be defined as a system, which uses the inherent Principles of nature, to help maintaining health in a person by keeping the individual's body mind and spirit in perfect equilibrium with nature. It is believed that these principles were discovered by Brahma, the creator himself. The fundamentals of Ayurveda can be found in Hindu scriptures called the veda's. The Rig, The Yajur, The Sama, The Atharvana Veda are the four types of vedas. The Rig veda which was written over 6,000 yrs ago, contains a series prescription that can help humans to overcome various ailments. 

The Goddees was Sri SornambigaiAmman, This temple was considered to be world's first Navapashana Lingam. Here he desired in such a way that very large lingam in 8 feet and within that small 1 feetNavapashanam Lingam, Just like Human body with heart inside. Here poojas to god and all important festivals were done according to Vedic Shastras by well shastri's. People from all over India and also from overseas visit here to worship Lord Navapashana Lingam.VibuthiPrasadanam given in this temple is very sacred as it is made up of purely herbal medicine. 

Current Management : 
Dr. S.B. Nithyanandam B.A.M.S son of the illustrious Legend Dr. Sri Brahmananda Swamigal was the chief physician of Agasthiyar Siddha Ayurveda Hospital. He was graduated under Dr. M.G.R Medical University Tamilnadu, India. Like his father he was well educated, well versed in siddha and Ayurvedic Medicine. He uses his own way of traditional method of healing patients as target by his father Dr.BrahmanandaSwamigal. Having widely travelled in India and Overseas (like Malaysia, Ukraine etc..) and possess a clear vision in saving life of many patients through his traditional method of siddha and Ayurvedic medicine. 

No comments: