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31 December 2013

Happy New Year 2014

Wishing all of you very happy and pleasant New Year 2014


Lets Welcome New Year
with

smile on face and solid trust
to
do your best in new year!

10 December 2013

Health benefits of Guduchi



Guduchi or Giloy is very effective herbal plant and widely used in Ayurveda. It called Amrita in Sanskrit, Guduchi or Giloy in Hindi, Tinospora Cordifolia in English.


Guduchi has been used for thousands of years in India but is only just beginning to be available in the West. It is commonly used for the following purposes:
·         Preventing colds and flu
·         Reducing the side effects of chemotherapy drugs
·         Immune system enhancement
·         Chronic skin disorders such as psoriasis or eczema
·         Anti-arthritic and anti-inflammatory
·         Hepatitis & jaundice (helps protect the liver from exposure to toxins)
·         Gout and rheumatic disorders

Guduchi Can Live On Air
Guduchi has all the properties of amritam. It is the best rasayana for rejuvenating the body and getting rid of deep rooted imbalances. In fact, it is so full of life that it can grow without any soil or water.
The ancient Ayurvedic text, Bhava Prakash, lists one of guduchi's names as chinnodbhava (able to grow even after being cut). You can suspend a cutting of guduchi in the air with no access to water or soil and it will grow leaves and branches as if it were connected to the ground.
Ayurveda compares this to the ability of certain saints and rishis (seers) who don't need water or food. They have what is called the amrit siddhi (ability to live purely on vibrational energy). These saints get all the prana (soma, agni and marut) from the air, the sun, the moon, and the vibrational intelligence of the environment.

Guduchi is the Best of the Three Amrit Plants
There are three plants which have amrit (nectar of the gods) in them, according to Ayurveda. One is guduchi. The other two are garlic and haritaki.

The Properties of Guduchi
Bhava Prakash lists many valuable properties of guduchi. Our tradition know many many ways to use this plant. Here are a few highlights worth mentioning.
Guduchi is the one and only Ayurvedic herb which can bind and get rid of both amavisha(reactive toxins generated inside the body) and garavisha (xenobiotics like mercury, pesticides, etc.) and reestablish the intelligence of the body once it removes the toxins.
Guduchi is the #1 rasayana (rejuvenative herb) in Ayurveda because it can really reverse aging, support the immune system and detoxify. It has the vayasthapana prabhava (the ability of making a person look youthful).
It is described as sangrahani (helping to accumulate healthy dhatus, or tissues). It travels to the gaps, or burners, between the dhatus and helps to increase absorption there. If there is anykashaya (wasting) in any tissue, guduchi helps to build it back.
This is partly due to the fact that guduchi not only has lots of soma (nourishing ability) but is also kashaya (astringent), laghu (light), and has an ushna virya (hot thermogenic property).
The warmth and lightness, as well as the subtle nature of the plant, allows the soma to penetrate into the deep tissues, and the kashaya guna (astringent quality) allows the soma to be absorbed by the tissues.
One other important prabhava (special property) of guduchi is vakshagni dipaniVaksha means "chest" or "heart" in Sanskrit. Agni means "flame." Dipani means "strengthening the flame."Vakshagni dipani means that guduchi strengthens the flame of the heart.
Just as there is a pitta governing the heart and emotions (sadhaka pitta), so there is a flame, or burner, in the heart (sadhaka agni or vakshagni). The pitta is the fuel, and the agni is the burner.
Guduchi cleans the burner and strengthens the flame that processes all emotional challenges in life. When this flame is strong, no emotional challenge is powerful enough to extinguish it.
Depression cannot happen if the sadhaka agni is strong. Anger cannot happen when thevakshagni is strong. When the sadhaka agni is burning brightly, one become spiritually free.
Because guduchi opens the heart in this way, it also indirectly helps the mind by connecting the light of the soul to the mind more easily. This is why it is also called a medhya rasayana (good for the mind).

Conditions Where Guduchi is Helpful
The list is probably infinite, but here are a few of the conditions where guduchi is reported byBhava Prakash to be helpful: daha (burning), meha (when useful substances like sugar go out through the urine), kas (chronic cough), pandutam (anemia), kamala (chronic jaundice), kushta(skin diseases), vatasrajwara (vata type of fever), krimi (pathogenic bacteria), vamimharet(vomiting due to toxins), krichahridaroga (difficult to cure heart conditions).

Thanks for your time. If you have any question about this herb, feel free to ask through comment below or send us mail. 


02 December 2013

UAE National Day: Happy 42nd birthday!

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Dubai: It was a day fit for a 42nd birthday party — blue skies, happy crowds and a sea of red, green, white and black colours celebrated the UAE.
From Abu Dhabi to Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah to Dubai — and everywhere in between — citizens and residents united in pride and passion for the UAE to wave the flag.
While Sunday was a holiday for some in the private sector and all in the public sector, Monday is a public sector holiday with government offices and services shut to allow officials and public workers enjoy National Day — the 42nd in the UAE’s history marking when the seven emirates joined together as one and created a land where the sky is the limit and where hopes and dreams come true.
While the UAE is still basking in national pride after winning the opportunity to host the World Expo in 2020, Sunday was another opportunity to indulge in pride.
“The Happiest Nation”, the main event for the 42nd UAE National Day celebrations in Dubai, attracted thousands. The event was attended by His Highness Shaikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, and Shaikh Hamdan Bin Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai.
The event at Burj Park began with Shaikh Mohammad honouring the team that worked on Expo 2020, followed by the “Happiest Nation” operette.
It started with a choreographed sketch and a video that symbolised  the different UAE terrains: the sea, the mountains, the desert and the agriculture; and how they all came together for the union. It was followed by a series of videos and shows that included traditional Emirati dance, plus mention of notable UAE achievements and personalities.
The show was inspired by a poem by Shaikh Mohammad, where he expressed the UAE’s historical legacy, its current developments and the future that awaits it.
After the show, a signature display of fireworks lit up the skies.


In Abu Dhabi’s Breakwater area, a long colourful display and fluttering flags are proving a crowd-puller. This is Abu Dhabi’s statistical timeline, which shows its economic, social and environmental growth since the 1960s until 2012. It also shows the Government’s vision for Abu Dhabi’s future until 2030. Created by the Statistics Centre Abu Dhabi, it was launched on Sunday to commemorate the UAE’s 42nd National Day and present the Abu Dhabi emirate’s development to residents and visitors alike.
Thousands of people flocked to Downtown Dubai on Sunday to cheer the annual National Day Parade featuring bands, horses, themed floats, street performers and cars.
Mohammad Bin Rashid Boulevard was sealed off to regular traffic to allow the procession to flow smoothly.
The annual parade is organised by Emaar Properties in its flagship development that includes the world’s tallest tower, the Burj Khalifa, and The Dubai Mall, said to be the world’s biggest shopping destination.
Revellers lined the Boulevard to cheer on the parade; many stood on benches, balconies and patios of nearby properties to get a good look.
The entire area was awash with colour as countless UAE flags fluttered in the breeze.
The parade was held a day before National Day, which falls on December 2 every year to celebrate the formation of the UAE in 1971.
With Dubai home to more than 200 nationalities, cultural groups representing different communities took part in the event. Schools, government departments and private companies were also represented.
Even little Ajman got in on the act, creating a new official Guinness World Record as it created the largest human greeting card mosaic on the Corniche.
Around 4,000 participants used 5,500 individual cards to create a giant mosaic covering 120 square metres celebrating National Day. The Ajman mosaic smashed the record held by a US-hamburger chain in Taipei in January 2013. That mosaic cover 101 square metres.
But even with all of the celebrations on Sunday, there was one more reason to smile: Today is National Day.
(Credit- Gulfnews)

Congratulations to all visitors of United Arab Emirates!!!