Dr Partap Chauhan
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.