Global Institute of Ayurveda and hospital are ap ute of Ayurveda and hospital are approved by NCISM & Ministry of ayush (New Delhi). The institute and Hospital were established in 2014 by Shn P.J.Mangrolia Charitable trust. It is located near the banks of Triveni-sangam of Kasturbadham village on Rajkot-bhavnagar highway.
The college campus is about 9 km from Aiidam and about 14km from the city. The atmosphere in the campus is pollution free, calm and in the presence of nature. Our campus is surrounded by farms and wildlife like Neelgai, peacocks is seen throughout the year.
Global institute of Ayurveda and Global Ayurveda Hospital has well equipped and well-furnished and organized all fourteen departments as per latest guidelines on NCISM
For successful treatment, appropriate selection of a suitable Dravya is very important. This can be achieved only when one has an in-depth knowledge of the basic concepts of Dravyaguna, which govern the Drug’s effect.
Dravyaguna deals with Pharmacodynamic principles namely- Rasa (Taste), Guna (Properties), Virya (Potency), Vipaka (Biotransformation) & Prabhava (Empirical/ Inexplicable principles) which perform their own actions.This subject is divided into 4 branches-
The study of Dravya includes its identification (pharmacognosy), morphology, rasapanchak (Pharmacological action), Dravyasangraha Vidhi (collection of dravya), Dravya Shuddhi (Purification of impurities, toxicity), substitutes of herbs, dosage of drugs
Along with this students will study microscopic structure, active principles of herbs, adulteration & different formulations.
We have more than 300 species, about 600 plants in our herbal garden with good collection of wet & dry specimens in our Department. We also have a separate demonstration room with good collection of herbs charts.
Our students will have to prepare herbarium, conduct practical as per NCISM.
Roganidana evum Vikriti Vigyana, a subject comes under 2nd professional syllabus. It serves theoretical as well as practical knowledge regarding Nidana (cause & diagnosis) of diseases. It preludes on concepts of Roga-utpatti (formation of diseases) in Ayurvedic and modern modalities. Pareekshavidhi (Method of examination and diagnosis) given in the Samhitas (Classical text books) alongwith current laboratory and radiological investigations have paved new ways towards proper diagnosis of diseases.
Post mortem study was first landmarked by Sushruta under shava-vicchedana-pareeksha/anatomical dissection and marked for the start of postmortem study.
Ayurveda is the science of life and its prime aim is
To maintain the health of the healthy individual is first aim of ayurveda then comes disease cure. ‘Prevention is better than cure’ is the motto of Swasthvritta and hence it is the first & foremost of all ayurveda branches. It makes the above motto possible by applying Dietary regimen, Daily regimen and Seasonal regimen. If we compare swasthvritta to modern science, then it is close match with Preventive & social medicine. Formerly it was only swasthvritta but now yoga is also added with it. Practicing Yoga for a healthy life is necessary in this stressful life and we all know India gave the world ‘International Day of Yoga’. Personal hygiene, public- social hygiene, yoga & naturopathy as well as primary health care system are the different parts of swasthvritta subject.
Skin disease clinic is run by Dr. Tushar Kumar who yields result oriented work in various skin disorders by adapting comprehensive ayurvedic applications like Jalaukavacharana, siravedhana etc.
Acute pain management clinic services are delivered by Dr. Saili Lokare who specializes in Viddha karma technique which provides prompt relief in pain in various diseases.
Kayachikitsa department in collaboration with CCRAS AYUSH program has delivered free COVID preventive medications to different factory workers and other people.
Kayachikitsa department was actively functioning during the COVID period. The department provided OPD for consultation and treatment of COVID and Post COVID conditions.
Panchakarma is slowly becoming household name not only in India but also globally. Panchakarma is that unique part of Ayurveda in which there are five procedures (Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshana), through which we can do स्वस्थस्य स्वास्थ्य रक्षणं (maintain health of healthy) and आतुरस्य विकार प्रशमन (cure the disease).
In general, people understand it as measure to improve quality of life and that which will deal with detoxification of the body and hence will increase immunity.
This department primarily deals in imparting quality education and training related to all the Panchkarma procedures. The students are given hands-on training on all the Panchkarma therapies through live demonstration. We provide opportunity to students to perform these therapies live on the patients.
The Shalya Tantra department of Global Institute stands for innovative, hardworking and efficient department with uniqueness of developing Shalya Chikitsa (Surgery) in present era. Sushruta, the pioneer of Shalya Tantra (surgery) has enumerated the Ayurvedic Surgery in his legendary text book of surgery, SushrutaSamhita by describing the pathology of many surgical diseases related to various body systems.
This department deals with teaching the various surgical conditions mentioned in Ayurveda texts and in modern surgical texts. The students will be given live demonstration of all these surgical techniques in our operation theatre.
The present era is developing fast and we have to update ourselves to cope with the surgical techniques necessary to cure the ailments comprehensively and play a part in the health of the society. Hence, as per the need of the present century and the world, implementation of the principles of the long-lasting surgical methods of Ayurveda is incredibly necessary.
Ayurveda is a science of life, being practiced since thousands of years. It consists of eight branches; Shalakyatantra is one among them. Shalakyatantra deals with the diseases occurring in the organs situated above the neck. Its importance is ascertained by the fact that the main marma- Shiras and the sense organs like eyes, ears, nose are present in this part of the body. Among the Ashtangas, Urdhwanga chikitsa or Uttamanga chikitsa is explained as the best which is considering various ailments in the Shiras which is the seats for all the vital organs.
Department of Shalakyatantra is concerned with the diseases related to Ophthalmology, ENT and Oral cavity. This department possesses specimen, instruments and equipments for demonstration and teaching the students. OPD of Shalakyatantra is well equipped with direct ophthalmoscope, autorefractometer, auroscope, snellen’s chart, trial frame set, dental chair and other necessary instruments for the investigation and diagnosis of the diseases related to Shalakyatantra.Different Kriyakalpas like anjana, seka, tarpana, bidalaka, pindi, karnadhoopana, karnapoorana, nasya are doing on OPD and IPD basis for different ailments. Different special medicines like nasya taila for khalitya and palitya, karnapoorana taila for karnanada and bhadhirya, karnadhoopana varthi were prepared under the department and using for treatment.
Prasutitantra and Streeroga is a speciality of Ayurveda, that deals with Prasuti Tantra(Knowledge of Parturition) and Streeroga (Gynecological disorders). This focus on maintaining physical and mental health to women from menarche to menopause. The unique concepts of Prasootitantra and Streeroga are RajaswalaCharya( Regimen during menstruation), Garbhasamskara to acheive healthy progeny (Preconceptional care), Garbhini Paricharya (Regimen during pregnancy), Sootika Paricharya (Regimen after delivery).
It is one among the eight branches of ayurveda mentioned in our classics. It deals with the treatments of newborn, infants and children by adapting internal and external therapies in accordance with the ayurvedic texts.
We impart the knowledge regarding the cause, symptoms, treatment of various disorders of the neonates-infants-child-adolescent mentioned in various Ayurveda texts, primarily in Kashyap Samhita to the students.
As gateways to knowledge and culture, libraries play a vital role in society. The resources and services that a library offers create opportunities for learning, support literacy and education, and help shape the new ideas and perspectives that are central to a creative and innovative society.
Our library has a huge collection of materials like textbooks, reference books, dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks along with Journals and CDs that are easily accessible for use and not just for display purposes. Every year as per data collection, the books in the library are updated in order to meet the user's needs on a daily basis.
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