26th & 27th September - 2015

Rashtriya Ayurveda Youth Mahotsava

Dec. 2015

Date : 10th to 13th January 2016 PLACE : Pune, (Maharashtra)

Interactive Session on Effective Doctor Patient Communication

29th March 2015

PLACE : Medanta-The Medicity

Karyakarta Abhyas Varg

28th Feb. & 1st March 2015

PLACE : Om Shanti Retreat Centre, Mahesar (HR)

2nd N. E. C. Meeting

27th Feb. 2015

PLACE : Om Shanti Retreat Centre, Mahesar (HR)

1st National Convention,

10th November – 2014

PLACE :  New Delhi

NASYA – Uttarakhand Launch

26th September – 2014

PLACE : Haridwar

NASYA – Punjab Launch

20th September – 2014

PLACE : Moga

NASYA – Delhi Launch

13th September – 2014

PLACE : New Delhi


NASYA – Assam Launch

11th August – 2014

PLACE : Guwahati


NASYA – Maharashtra Launch

6th July – 2014

PLACE : Pune


About Us

Need of National Ayurveda Students & Youth Association; NASYA

“Medicine evolved since the day living being learned to avoid the instinct of pain. The knowledge of healing through medicine has come down as an eternal tradition. The tradition, incorporating all contemporary wisdom regarding health care, was continued for three thousand and five hundred years in the same way. Till the first half of last century Ayurveda remained mainstream life care in India. But now we are lagging behind. NASYA has been formed to regain that spirit among Ayurveda students and youth in all three levels namely classical study, clinical practice and research and thereby to restore the Ayurveda culture in India in true sense.” Vd. Asit Panja (Patron)


NASYA …. A much needed platform for traditional excellence – Vedic Knowledge Network, We are in the knowledge millennium. We are celebrating the greatness of science as we experience it. Scholars and thought leaders like Prof J C Bose and Swami Vivekananda are revered for their foresight and teachings which we as students in our quest for knowledge have feasted upon.


In every way NASYA would attempt at bridging the vacuum that takes place when an altered teaching methodology erases the basic age-tested impact of a Guru Shishya bond. NASYA presence in campus would enlarge the scape for the Ayurveda student to access wisdom wherever it is, however it is, whenever. This network of students with a one fundamental yearn – Knowledge, would make all the difference to hasten the young minds.


NASYA is a forum that has an advantage of being a thought-spring from ‘Vijnana Bharati’, an organisation who for the past 3 decades has furthered the importance for Swadeshi Science. Considerable awareness of how traditional arrangements in lifestyle and scientific approach are relevant today not only in India but for the world to adopt, is an aimed outcome of their work. Practical, useful, economically accessible.

Health Tip Of The Day

Eat only when hungry. Dont feed yourself till the previous meal is digested. Do not stay empty stomach beyond 6 hours & do not eat before 3 hours after the previous meal.

Health Tip, NASYA


Sloka Of The Week

आयु: कामायमानेन धर्मार्थ सुखसाधनम् । आयुर्वेदोपदेशेषु विधेय: परमादर: ॥  

Purpose of Life, NASYA

Articles of the month

Ayurveda Research in India


ayurveda is the medical side of yoga. It’s India’s traditional natural healing system, which has been practiced for over 5,000 years.

Ayurvedic resorts have become popular destinations for relaxation and rejuvenation in India, while ayurvedic hospitals cater for people seeking ayurvedic treatment for more serious health problems.

Benefits of Panchakarma


The aim of Ayurveda is to ensure good health for a healthy man and to cure the disease for a diseased man. In both the cases, Panchakarma detoxification is necessary to cleanse out the Doshas (TOXINS) at regular intervals.

After Detox, ayurvedic medicines absorb better and are more effective plus the entire process improves quality of life.

Ayurveda and Medical Tourism


Through the medical tourism packages, we are offering world class medical treatment and care at very low cost. This medical tourism is benefiting a large number of people and is slowly becoming a revolution in medical sector. People from all over the world are coming to India for their medical and relaxation needs. When the treatment facility perfectly is combines with a pleasant stay, exotic sight seeing and excursion, it will heal not only body but also mind and soul.

Know Your Prakriti

Prakriti - Your Ayurvedic Body Profile

Prakriti is the Ayurvedic profile or unique psychosomatic temperament of an individual, encompassing his or her physical, functional and behavioral characteristics. In Ayurveda, Purusha or the body is considered to be a combination of various components like Dosha, Dhatu, Indriya, Manas, Buddhi and Atma. Like genetic coding, every individual has a different combination and is therefore a distinct entity. Dietary preferences, behavioral patterns, job options, performance abilities are all strikingly different between any two individuals. Of various elements in the human body, the doshas – Vata, Pitta and Kapha – control the functional aspects of the human body. Thus, Prakriti is determined by a unique combination of these three doshas (Tridoshas). Ayurveda considers that Prakriti is formed at the inception of human life and usually does not alter during the later phases.

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