Welcoming rain is something what we all like. It can be because of a holiday that we get during school times or for a grown up it can be sipping into their hot coffee or a masala tea. After the scorching heat of summer, the rain drops not only make the farmers happy but also the nature which also shows off with greenery all around it. Don’t confuse yourself with the slight rain showers we get in west as rainy season. Rainy season can be seen in India (Tropical regions) after
Winters are described to be the best season for making health or one might say to start healthy lifestyle. It is a season characterized by cold winds, freezing temperatures and even snow fall at certain places. Winds are considerably dry but nature has got strength in it. Winter & Digestion: Due to cold and windy atmosphere body pores have natural tendency towards closure to decrease the transmission of heat. Thereby our hunger increases qualitatively as well quantitatively.
As discussed in the previous article, Ayurveda deals with maintaining health of healthy person; it does with daily regimen, seasonal regimen, diet, rules regarding having food, concept of Agni i.e. digestive fire etc. As Ayurveda is ancient Indian science it has described 6 seasons namely, Shishira (late winter) Vasanta (spring) Grishma (summer) Varsha (monsoon) Sharada (autumn) Hemanta (winter) We don’t have these 6 seasons all over the world. But sages described certain pec