Dr Pushpalatha | Ayurveda Doctor | An Expedition of Life in Healing | Ep-1

By |2021-12-09T15:18:07+05:30December 9, 2021|

I am Doctor K.Pushpalatha, retired professor from government of Ayurvedic Medical College, Bangalore, Karnataka. I was born in Bangalore in the year 1951, so I am a native of Bangalore. I am from a middle class Kannada speaking family, my father was working for Military Engineering Services. Soon I was born, my father was ... Read More

Does solar eclipse have an impact on food and Human beings

By |2021-12-03T21:40:51+05:30December 3, 2021|

What is an eclipse, as we all know, eclipse is the earth receives a partial light from either sunlight or moonlight when moon enters in between sun and earth, it is called solar eclipse when earth covers the moon. And thereby the moon cannot reflect the light from the sunlight because earth is hiding ... Read More

Why we need honey bees in this world?

By |2021-10-10T16:11:34+05:30October 9, 2021|

Why we need honey bees ? ..... Buzzz... Buzzz....Off he goes darting past your nose, leaving you with a tremor! Buzzz...Buzz.. he coasts towards you with his pungent stinger, waiting to kiss your skin. No prize for guessing who I am talking about. At some point, I am sure most of you would have ... Read More

Summer Heat – How to protect your kids from harmful effects

By |2021-08-11T13:57:03+05:30May 2, 2021|

During peak summer, the sun is at its hottest between 1.00pm to 4.00pm. Summer is also the time when kids have their vacation and want to play outside with their playmate friends. If you or your kids expose yourselves to the sun during this time, UV rays that come along with the sunlight will ... Read More


By |2021-08-11T13:58:03+05:30April 20, 2021|

We are all aware of conventional ‘shifting cultivation’ practised from the early days of agriculture. It is still in vogue in corners of the undeveloped, underdeveloped and developing countries including India in tribal pockets of various states where the land is utilized for cultivation only temporarily until fertility lasts and then the farmer abandons ... Read More

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