Ayurveda
            ‘Ayurveda’ literally means “Science of Life”. Ayurveda is evolved from the various Vedic
      hymns rooted in the fundamental philosophies about life, disease and health. The Charak
      Samhita and Sushruta Samhita developed around 2500 BC are the main treaties of Ayurveda
      fully available today. According to Ayurveda, health is considered as a pre-requisite for
      achieving the goals of life i.e., Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha. Ayurveda takes an integrated
      view of the physical, mental, spiritual and social aspects of human beings and about the
      interrelationships between these aspects.
      Yoga
            Yoga is essentially spiritual and it is an art and science of healthy living which focuses on
      bringing harmony between body and mind. The word ‘Yoga’ has two meanings; the first comes
      from the root ‘Yujir’ or ‘Union’, the second is derived from a different root ‘yuja’ which means
      ‘Samadhi’ - the highest state of mind and the absolute knowledge. These two are the most
      important meanings of the word Yoga according to Panini, the most well-known Sanskrit
      grammarian.
            Yoga is being practised as part of healthy lifestyle and has become part of our spiritual
      heritage. In the present era, Yoga is popular world-wide because of its spiritual values,
      therapeutic credentials, its role in the prevention of diseases, promotion of health and
      management of lifestyle related disorders. Several clinical studies have lucidly demonstrated the
      therapeutic potentials of Yoga in the treatment of many lifestyle related or psychosomatic
      disorders. The speciality of this system is that it can get along with any other systems of health
      care.
      Naturopathy
            Naturopathy is a science of health and healing and a drug less therapy based on well
      founded philosophy. It has its own concept of health and disease and principles of treatment.
      Naturopathy is a system of medicine that advocates harmonious living with constructive
      principles of nature on physical, mental, moral and spiritual planes. It has great health promotive
      and restorative, and disease preventive as well as curative potential.
      Unani
            The Unani system of medicine originated in Greece and passed through many countries
      before establishing itself in India during the medieval period. It is based on well-established
      knowledge and practices relating to the promotion of positive health and prevention of disease.
      The fusion of traditional knowledge of ancient civilizations like Egypt, Arabia, Iran, China, Syria
      and India. It emphasizes the use of naturally occurring mostly herbal medicines and some
      medicines of animals, marine and mineral origin. This system of medicine was documented in
      Al- Qanoon, a medical classics, by Sheikh Bu-Ali Sina (Avicena) (980-1037) AD), in Al-Havi
      by Razi (850-923 AD) and in many others books written by the Unani physicians.
      Siddha
            The Siddha System of medicine is one of the ancient systems of medicine in India having its
      close links with Dravidian culture. The term Siddha means achievements and Siddhars are those
      who have achieved perfection in medicine. Eighteen Siddhars are said to have contributed