I am basically restless person. I like to walk and explore places on foot. I think, that discovering the city, a village, an area on foot and interacting with local people, that give the very special dimension to your travels.
In the older days, what we did not do, was to explain things to people. You would say: Do this, it should be done this way! The why and where, nobody bother to explain. But today, you can explain or open the inner eye in anyone, in any age and in any stage of life.
There are things, which we really do not understand - what is up there, what is out there. People, who do research in astronomy, they find something new every day. All these things definitely have an influence on human body.
In the older days we believed, that the kitchen can be your pharmacy, you had the market right in your garden. We used to cook even with banana skins. Yes, the peel which you discard. But today’s perception of the food is totally different!
Ayurveda god Dhavantari is a male form, but in Kerala we had matriarchal system in which the woman had lot of power. So things like treatment was in the hands of the woman. Woman decided which way the family would go.
If you expect stories which starts: Once upon a time, there was a princess... stop reading. Her Highness Princess Gouri Parvathi Bayi of the Travancore Royal Family will introduce us very modern and open minded view on today's Kerala society and ayurveda.
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