Celebrate Your Inner Light This Diwali

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Dear Readers,

Diwali is the famous “Festival of Lights” in India. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped for prosperity and houses are kept clean to welcome wealth by decorating lighting oil lamps, candles or chandeliers. Diwali also signifies the victory of good over bad and awareness of illuminating body and soul. So in this Diwali let us take a pledge to remove all the negativity in every aspect and illuminate completely from inside too along with lighting lamps and chandeliers.

Chakrapani Ayurveda wishes all our readers a Happy and Safe Diwali.

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Celebrate Your Inner Light This Diwali

Diwali is celebrated with family and friends. In South India, the whole family wakes up before sunrise for a ritualistic oil bath / Ayurvedic oil routine. Sesame oil is applied on everyone’s head before their bath. This symbolic purification rite marks a new beginning. Then they get dressed up in their new best clothes and visit the temple to offer prayers to God and to make new resolutions. The first day of Diwali is called Dhanvantari Triodasi (thirteenth day) or Dhanteras. It is the festival that marks the beginning of the Diwali celebrations and therefore it is considered the first day of five days long festivities of Diwali. Lord Dhanvantari who is the physician of the Gods and an incarnation of Lord Vishnu came out of the ocean that was churned by the Gods and the demons on the day of dhanteras. Lord Dhanvantari is considered as the God of Ayurveda.

In this Diwali let us make small but decisive changes in our life. Let us follow the Ayurvedic principles to lead a stress free, happy and peaceful life. Dedicating a few minutes everyday to yoga, eating healthy meals, timely sleep and using natural Ayurvedic products can go a long way in enhancing your lifestyle in a natural way. In the vedas, much importance is given to Sattva, which symbolizes “Purity of the body, mind and soul”. So during this Diwali celebration let us all give utmost improtance to cleaning of the environment as well as body, mind and soul. In Ayurveda cleaning or Shodhana is mentioned as Panchkarma which is ritual to be performed annually maintain optimum health of the body and mind. Diwali is a festival of joy, hence if there was any unpleastness with your family members or friends, let us forget the bad memories / incidents and make a fresh new start and embrace them with love, joy and affection.

Few tips for celebrating a Healthy Diwali

1. Try avoiding sweets added with chemicals / preservatives or sweets having a shiny ‘silver’ coating as they are unhealthy and may cause health problems. Let us enjoy home made sweets which are healthier.

2. Say NO to crackers to reduce pollution. Let us celebrate this Diwali in a peaceful and less polluting way. Fire crackers cause lots of noise and vibrations and they release toxic gases which are harmful for health. As fire crackers cause noise and environment pollution, its best to avoid them or spend very less money on buying crackers and prefer to buy noise free crackers.

3. This Diwali, light up lamps with oil / ghee to reduce air pollution.


"Let us illuminate our inner light while lighting the lamps and chandeliers in this Diwali"

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Diwali is not only lights and crackers but also eating!. We eat so much of snacks, sweets and junk foods during diwali. As sweets are hard to resist especially when there is variety of colorful sweets everywhere, we end up eating a lot in this grand festival. This may create digestion problem. Pachak take will take care of this.


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Recommended use - One serving 1 hour before or after meals is beneficial


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Healthy Sweet Recipe for this Diwali - Wheat Ladoo / Sweet wheat balls

Ingredients – 1 cup of whole wheat flour, 1/3rd cup ghee (clarified butter), ½ cup powdered jaggery, ½ tsp cardamom powder / cinnamon powder, ½ tsp dry coconut powder, 1 tsp poppy seeds, 6 – 7 cashew / almond.

Method of preparation – In a pan add ghee, when it melts add whole wheat flour and fry in low flame for 5 minutes. Then remove from fire and add powdered jaggery in it and mix well. Then add cardamom powder, dry coconut powder, cashews and poppy seeds. Now take a small amount of this mixture, press it with your hands and from a round shape of a size of a golf ball. Store them in air tight containers. Serve these healthy sweets to your family and friends.

Let us feast by eating healthy sweets this Diwali and staying healthy.

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