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The art of maintaining good health and preventing diseases through a healthy lifestyle. The term “Swastha Vrutha” literally means “the way of life for the healthy person.” It involves a set of principles and practices that aim to promote physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. Swastha Vrutha also includes practices such as Panchakarma (detoxification), Rasayana (rejuvenation), which can help improve overall health and prevent diseases.


  • Dinacharya: This refers to the daily routine that one should follow to maintain good health. It includes practices such as waking up early, performing ablutions, practicing yoga or meditation, exercise, and following a healthy diet.


  • Ritucharya: This refers to the seasonal regimen that one should follow to maintain good health. It involves adapting one’s lifestyle and diet according to the changing seasons to maintain balance and prevent diseases.


  • Prevention of diseases and promotion of good health
  • Improved digestion and metabolism
  • Enhanced immune system
  • Increased energy and vitality
  • Better mental clarity and concentration
  • Improved emotional stability and stress management
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Delayed aging process


Zero Side Effects

At Srija Shri Ayurvedaa, we make sure that the procedure is risk-free and medicines of the highest quality are prescribed. We thoroughly review each patient’s prior medical history before recommending medications.

Experienced Team

Our Experienced team consists of practitioners, therapists, and researchers who have extensive knowledge and expertise in Ayurvedic principles, diagnosis, and treatment.

100% Ayurvedic

We follow the principles of Ayurveda to promote holistic healing and wellness. At Srija Shri Ayurveda, we only use pure ayurveda herbs while treating patients and making medications.

Works on Root Cause

We identify and address the root cause of a health issue rather than just treating the symptoms. This is done through careful analysis of the patient’s lifestyle, habits, and medical history, along with a physical examination and pulse diagnosis.