Namo Gange Trust initiated "Ayuryujam" as combo remedy of Yoga and Ayurveda, where Ayurveda comes to cure the disorders while Yoga does the prevention

Namo Gange Trust defined "Ayuryujam" as the attainment of good physical and mental health, to lead a better lifestyle and to cure & prevent infirmity. Ayuryujam is derived from two words AYURVEDA and YUJ, Ayurveda is a science of life (Ayur = life, Veda = science or knowledge). Thus, "Ayurveda" meaning is "life-knowledge". The meaning of "Yuj" is "joining" or "to unite". Yoga is that which joins. The term Yoga has its verbal root as Yuj in Sanskrit. The word "yoga' literally means "union". In the traditional terminology, it is joining of the individual self with the universal SELF.

Benefits of Yoga


Ayurveda and Yoga are originated from a Vedic system developed specifically for healing purposes. Both are two interrelated twigs of the same great tree of Vedic knowledge. Each has its unique place and function, but each overlaps into the other on various levels. Therefore, it is essential to understand their respective roles. Ayurveda addresses all aspects of healing and well-being for body and mind. Yoga is an inner spiritual practice.

Namo Gange Trust has combined their principle to implement for the practice of well-being. Trust’s aim is to take and turn both approaches into a complete well-being system. The principle of Ayuryujam is to develop a system and structure for yoga in the direction of Ayurveda and vice-versa. Yoga for healing could be functional according to Ayurvedic guidelines of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention for good health. The ayurvedic practitioner can illustrate how yogic, holistic, and naturalistic healing methods can be constructive for their practice and for the well-being of each one. Fusion of Ayurveda and Yoga in contemporary time offers an inclusive system of well-being for body, mind, and awareness.

Namo Gange Ayuryujam is intended to develop holistic healing that is very much needed today. The uniqueness of this is to add a spiritual and preventative aspect to modern therapy. Additionally, it also adds significant input for the understanding of diseases and to apply their principles that can reduce the increasing cost of high-tech medicine.