Welcome to Ayurveda Department

Ayurveda (Age + Veda) The word Ayurveda derived from the merging of these two words means "life science". The documentation of Ayurveda is described in the Vedas. It is associated with the origin of Ayurveda of Indian life Sciences and has evolved from various Vedic mantras, which describe the world and the basics / philosophy of life, diseases and medicines. The knowledge of Ayurveda was widely documented in Charaka Samhita and Sushruta Samhita. According to Ayurveda, health is a pre-requisite for the attainment of life's objective-religion, artha, kama and moksha. Ayurveda integrates the physical, mental and spiritual and social aspects of human beings, which affect each other.

Indian medical practice includes methods that originated in India, or originated outside India, but have been adopted and adapted in India over the years. These methods are Ayurveda, Siddha, Yoga and Naturopathy. Ayurveda etc. systems are providing healthcare facilities to a large section of the population, especially in rural areas. Indian system of medicine is popular in most states of the country. Not only in India but also people from other parts of the world are becoming more inclined to seek treatment through these methods due to their lack of lateral effects compared to modern medicines.

Directorate Of Ayurved

Yoga Medical Service & Naturopathy

Yoga is mainly a way of life, which Patanjali presented in a sequential manner. Its eight parts are Yama, Niyama, Asana, Pranayama, Pratyahara, Dharana, Dhyan and Samaadhi. The practice of these parts of yoga improves social and personal behaviour, It improves the physical health by improving the blood circulation in the body, It brings the senses under control and the mind gets peace and purity. The practice of yoga helps in prevention.

Naturopathy is not just a method of treatment, but it is a way of life. This is often called as a medicineless treatment method. It is mainly based on the general rule of nature. As far as the fundamental principles are concerned, this method is closely related to Ayurveda.




Panchkarma Ayurvedic is a major purification process and alcohol addiction treatment. Panchkarma means the combination of five different therapies. This process is used to cleanse the body from the toxic substances left by diseases and malnutrition. Ayurveda says that imbalance defects of waste produce substances which are called "Aam". It is a foul-smelling, sticky, harmful substance which is necessary to be removed from the body completely. To prevent the formation of 'Aam', Ayurvedic literature advises to impart proper diet to the person with proper lifestyle habits and exercise, and to implement a proper cleanliness program


Dr. Raghu Sharma

Hon'ble Minister

Medical, Health & Ayurved and Indian Medicine Department

Government of Rajasthan


Dr. Subhash Garg

Hon'ble State Minister

Medical, Health & Ayurved and Indian Medicine Department

Government of Rajasthan