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About Us

Divyansh Panchakarma Centre

Divyansh Panchakarma Centre is a ayurvedic Panchakarma and training centre. The Panchakarma technician training program is running successfully since 2022. Divyansh Panchakarma centre invites applications for One year, full time and self-financed Panchakarma Technician Course affiliated to Healthcare Sector Skill Council (HSSC) – National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC).

The objective of the training program is to provide practical knowledge to trainees in delivering various Ayurvedic therapies according to the instructions of the qualified physician. The students passed from this training have been well placed in renowned Panchakarma centre in India and Abroad.

Ayurveda, or Traditional Indian Medicine, is the oldest documented health care system in the world. The science has existed for over 5,000 years. Today, the source Ayurvedic texts have been translated from their original Sanskrit, giving rise to Ayurveda’s growing popularity across the globe. Ayurveda has rightly emphasized that health is not only the state of not having disease but, it is the state of normalcy of Dosha, Dathu, Agni and Mala kriya. It also includes the Atma (soul), Indriya (sense organs) and Manas (mind).

Three doshas of the body, Vata, Pitta and Kapha, which broadly represent the nervous system, the metabolic system and the nutritive system, keep the human body in balance. Whenever the delicate balance between these doshas is disturbed, a disease may be manifested.

Panchakarma is a method of cleansing the body of all the unwanted waste after lubricating it. Panchakarma are 5 (five) in number; hence the term PANCHA (five) – KARMA (procedures). Panchakarma treatment is unique in the sense that it includes preventive, curative and promotive actions for various diseases Panchakarma (“Pancha” means five and “karma” means actions) is essentially 5 karmas or actions done to detoxify the body according to Ayurveda. It includes Vaman, Virechan, Basti, Raktamokshan, and Nasya.

This program enables Ayurvedic students of all levels the opportunity to learn the traditional Panchakarma philosophy and methodologies.