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In interview with… David Frawley, founder of the American Institute of Vedic Studies !

Dr David Frawley (also known as Pandit Vamadeva Shastri) is one of the leading ayurvedic experts in the West !

He has written more than thirty books on the Vedas, Hinduism, Yoga, Ayurveda and Vedic astrology, published both in India and in the United States. 1,510 more words

Ayurveda

A call to India

March 8th, 2015

We drove out to an event this afternoon where David Frawley and Shambhavi were being honored, among others.  There were sermons, and ceremony and picture taking, I know it is an important event for all involved, but I am too tired to recall why.  197 more words

7 Most Prominent Proponents Of Ayurveda Over The Ages

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Ayurveda, an Indian tradition of natural medicine and holistic healing, is one of the oldest systems of medicine to be in prevalence in the 21st century. 828 more words

Atreya Punarvasu

David Frawley: US historian insists 'Aryans were indigenous to India' - Heena Kausar

“There is no literary evidence of an Aryan invasion or migration. So called textual references to Aryan invasion or migration require changing meaning of words and taking them out of context.” – Dr David Frawley… 333 more words

India

Why tradition ?

Religious tradition has often been a negative factor in the world. It sets up various authorities and conditioning patterns that stifle individual intelligence and creativity. It establishes vested interests who war with one other to control the minds of people. 300 more words

Hinduism

David Frawley (Vamadeva Shastri) message on NaMo victory

We hold Vamadeva in the very highest regards as a great thinker, writer and yogi. His books constitute the perhaps the finest literature on Hindu dharma in the English language.  198 more words

Hinduism

A Hindu view on the use of alcohol

The consumption of alcohol has existed in human society since time immemorial. Probably all societies, at least in historically-recorded times, have had members who have used alcohol, which has been a common source of relaxation, intoxication or inebriation. 1,034 more words

Hinduism