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ROLE OF DINCHARYA IN MODERN TIME

Dr. Parul Soni*, Dr. Sunayana Sharma and Dr. Karan Chug

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In Ayurveda we found many principles for Prevention and Treatment of Diseases, Dincharya is one of the preventive aspect that is mentioned in Ayurveda for Nirogi Kaya(Healthy Body) but in Modern era due to hectic schedule and improper balance of work and life and time management people are not unable to follow a proper schedule and this lead to spread of Life style related diseases i.e. Insomnia, depression, anxiety etc. Health is a dynamic thing which cannot be gain in one day and cannot be lost in single day either but once it lost it will affect all of our life and and this is the reason that ancient Scholars say “Pehla Sukh Nirogi Kaya”. In Ayurveda there are many ways to Prevent and restore from bad health which includes Dincharya, Ritucharya, Achara Rasayana and Sadvrata. The science which laid emphasis on the preventive aspect. Dincharya which means „Daily Routine‟ is best preventive method mentioned in Ayurveda. it includes all aspects of regimen and diet, to stay healthy and happy. A lifestyle affects every aspects of a person because it is co-ordinated with it‟s Physical & Pshyscological capacity which plays an important role in living a long and happy life but now a days a faulty dincharya and bad dietary habits are increasing health problems in human beings which lead to increasing mortality rates and early deaths. In Ayurvedic texts there are various fundamental principles aimed at preventing occurrences of diseases and to promote a healthy life, for these prevention aspects Dincharya is used to adoptive in daily routine by people which can improve the quality of life and maintenance of good health. Dincharya; Din means daily and charya mean activity or regimen that is necessary for maintaining a healthy body, mind, spirit which is useful to establish balanced constitution, aid in digestion and absorption, leads to peace, happiness. Ayurvada described a wholesome daily routine or day to day conduct (Din-charya) as not only prophylactic, but conductive to four Purusharthas.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Dinacharya.


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