Dr Par­tap Chauhan

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I was born and brought up in vil­lage Palla, Haryana, to a farmer fam­ily. Af­ter com­plet­ing my grad­u­a­tion in ayurvedic medicine, I stud­ied ayurveda un­der Vaidya Nanak Chand Sharma at Kaya Maya Hos­pi­tal. My brothers, Dr Satya­narayan Dasa and Rishi Pal Chauhan and I are great be­liev­ers of the tra­di­tional In­dian arts and sciences and how they can help us live a more bal­anced, holis­tic life. Along with Steven Ru­dolph, an Amer­i­can ed­u­ca­tion­ist and founder-di­rec­tor

Jiva Ayurveda has three core ar­eas—treat­ment ser­vices, ayurveda education and well­ness. Jiva runs the world’s largest Ayurvedic telemedici­ne cen­tre, a oneof-its-kind con­cept, it was es­tab­lished in 1998 as an in­te­grated cen­tre for tele-health con­sul­ta­tion. To­day, Jiva has over 400 ayurvedic doc­tors and sup­port pro­fes­sion­als who have pro­vided con­sul­ta­tions to more than one mil­lion pa­tients till date across 1,800 cities and towns in In­dia. Jiva has reached out to pa­tients who did not have ac­cess to good qual­ity med­i­cal ad­vice and treat­ment through it’s telemedici­ne prac­tise. Our aim is to bring au­then­tic ayurveda to each and ev­ery home. Q. A. Ac­cord­ing to ayurveda, each in­di­vid­ual is unique, there­fore their treat­ment should also be cus­tomised ac­cord­ingly. Ayurvedic medicines are made from herbs and min­er­als and are there­fore safer. While al­lo­pathic medicines work on the symp­toms of the prob­lem, ayurvedic medicines at­tack the root cause. Ayurveda is able to look at the en­tire body as a holis­tic sys­tem in­stead of look­ing at the dis­ease from a mi­cro­scopic per­spec­tive.

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