Through centuries, great masters of science and philosophy have interpreted and defined life in myriad ways. According to Ayurveda, ayu or life is an orchestra of body, senses, mind and soul. For sweet music to flow, the body and the senses have to be nurtured in a way that they take care of the mind and soul. Balance, moderation and compatibility are the grand conductors of this heavenly orchestra that steer life away from sickness and suffering, thus leading to a well-lived life of happiness and contentment, or Sukham Ayu. This collection of recipes consists of daily, simple, vegetarian dishes that all Indian homes are familiar with. A closer look will reveal the fine thread of Ayurvedic insights binding them together, for what makes food healthy and 'Ayurvedic' is proper combinations, compatibility and methods of cooking. These recipes have been included with a clear focus on freshly cooked food, on the correct use of spices to enhance taste and good health, on the right combinations that make them tridoshik, or 'agreeable to all doshas'.
Jigyasa Giri, Pratibha Jain
1.88 Pounds (US)
Ratings and Reviews
6 Ratings &
Great cook book with ayurvedic insights
Must have Good book on classifying foods for balancing vatta,pitta&kapha dosha.It will be of great help if there is an app/website which tells v/p/d details for food entered and should be able to design diet plan for month.Hope authors will bring that facility soon.
A useful vegetarian cookbook ,gives useful insights in to different aspects of food n body constitution,pleasing pictures and presentation of content,easy to prepare,has a variety of content covering snacks ,salads ,juices ,rice and rotis,sweets.easy to follow ,a must have book for all health concious cooks.