Ayurevda & More: Last Week at Amrutam 03.10.2022

Ayurevda & More: Last Week at Amrutam 03.10.2022

Namaste & Happy Monday! 


Monday’s here, and so are we with your weekly favourite Ayurveda Newsletter. 


In today’s newsletter, we are discussing: 

1. A sneak-peek inside Amrutam HQ 

2. Are Doshas & Astrology intertwined? 

3. An interesting fact about Navratri 

4. A quote we love 

5. What are we reading


A sneak-peek inside Amrutam HQ 👀

Just like you, the team at Amrutam has been enjoying the colours, tunes and delicacies of Navratri. And as it is said that all good things come to an end, so is Navratri and also our Navratri Sale Offers, but why don’t we enjoy both of these till it last? 

While Navratri is ending, something has been cooking up the Amrutam HQ, something very beautiful and indeed worthwhile, can you guess what it is? Here is a HINT.

Are Doshas & Astrology intertwined?  🌿

Ayurveda is a vast and scientific healing system practised in India for thousands of years. Through a balanced diet and lifestyle, it heals your doshas. Similarly, Astrology studies the cosmic energies of planets and their influence on you. Each planet corresponds to certain personality traits or body parts in Jyotish Vidya.

Hence, Ayurveda and Astrology are interrelated and help to predict the illnesses that might arise (Astrology) and implement the correct diet and lifestyle to reduce them (Ayurveda). 

Learn more about this here.

Did you know? 🤔

Have you ever wondered why you eat poori, halwa and kale chane on Ashtami and Navami during Navratri? Here is why

A quote we love ✨

“Every man is a divinity in disguise, a god playing the fool.”

- Ralph Waldo Emerson

What are we reading 📚

And something for you to read while you get ready for Navratri:

1. What does Ayurveda say about Self-Love?

The constant competition and compulsive need to be part of the rat race leave us feeling disconnected, discontent, overworked, and poorly nourished. Sometimes, we are so busy striving for ‘success’ that we forget about life's simple pleasures. While we may be meeting our physical needs, we forget that, like every other being, we, too, need love.


2. Lodhra - The Divine Herb

Lodhra, titled ‘Divyayushi’, means a divine herb that makes human health divine by curing many health-related issues. It is an evergreen tree with long, oval-shaped leaves. It grows to a height of about 8-10 meters and often freshens the atmosphere with the fragrance of its cream-coloured flowers. The fruits of Lodhra have a tint of violet and are shelly and hard.

And with this, we have come to the end of this newsletter and hope you’ve learned something new.

We'll be back next week with some more exciting content; till then, toodles!👋



Team Amrutam ❤️