The Amrita School of Ayurveda pursues a unique path in blending ancient philosophies and science of health by nurturing a better breed of Ayurvedic physicians, professionally world class and mentally equipped to meet the challenges of the modern world. Amrita School of Ayurveda, Amritapuri was established in the year 2004 and managed by Mata Amritanandamayi Math Trust. The college has developed into a prestigious centre for education in Ayurveda, nationally as well as internationally, under the gracious guidance of its founder and spiritual guru, Mata Amritanandamayi Devi... Read more»
Amrita School of Ayurveda, which was established in 2004 now offers courses on BAMS and various MD/MS at its Amritapuri campus. Amrita School of Ayurveda is a constituent unit of the Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham, a university established under Section 3 of the UGC Act 1956. The Amritapuri campus is located in the picturesque village of Vallikavu, across the beautiful backwaters of Kerala. The campus with its proximity to the headquarters of the Mata Amritanandamayi Math benefits significantly from the graceful presence of Amma... Read more»
The School offers programs of education at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Admissions are based on the marks obtained in qualifying examination conducted by Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham... Read more»
There are 14 departments of teaching dealing with different aspects and specialities of Ayurveda. More than 55 vastly experienced and dedicated faculties serve at the School of Ayurveda imparting knowledge to the students. Drawn from among the best minds in the world, they afford the school an extensive network of contacts which are instrumental in getting collaborative researches, live student projects and industry inputs so essential to quality education... Read more»
There are fourteen departments of teaching dealing with different aspects and specialities of Ayurveda. The departments at School of Ayurveda includes Department of Kayachikitsa (General Medicine), Department of Shalya Tantra (Surgery), Department of Shalakya Tantra (ENT, Dentistry and Ophthalmology), Department of Stri Roga and Prasuti Tantra (Gynaecology, Obstetrics ), Kaumarabhritya (Paediatrics), Department of Dravyaguna (Ayurvedic Pharmacology), Department of Swastha Vrittam (Social and Preventative Medicine), Department of Maulika Siddhanta (Basic Principles of Ayurveda), Department of Rasashastra and... Read more»
Amrita Centre for Advanced Research in Ayurveda (ĀCĀRA) is a new initiative of Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham at the Amrita School of Ayurveda located in the Amritapuri Campus of the University. ĀCĀRA is inspired by the vision of Amma to provide a scientific backing for traditional medical practices and pave the way for the development of an evidence based Integrative approach to health care... Read more»
The Amrita School of Ayurveda frequently organize free medical camps in various places to help students to attain the competence and to humbly serve the humanity... »»
Amritavabodhini is the monthly newsletter of School of Ayurveda. The first issue was released during the National Seminar on Neuro Degenerative Disorder... »»
Heartened by the earnest efforts of our students to foster national as well as international recognition in academics and research frontiers, we wish them all the best and hope that... »»
Amrita School of Ayurveda conducts many activities and programs that provide students with opportunities to engage in cultural, education, social and recreational activities, which are...»»
Ayurveda is the science of life where the knowledge of both Hita and Ahita Ayu, Sukha and Dukha Ayu, wholesome and unwholesome things in relation to life and the Pramana of life are explained.
The doctrine of Ayurveda is not exactly meant only for the medical practitioners. Its principles and practices can be learnt even from the peasants also. Our Grandmothers and cowherds knew the uses of many drugs for common problems, simple formulations, healthy food preparations and many more such things which were according to the principles of Ayurveda. Slowly we see that such knowledge and practices are declining from the society and even though we think that we are protecting the science. But in reality seldom we remember that it is the same science which has given us material prosperity and self respect including health. So we all have a duty toward Ayurveda which has provided everything to us we need.
Ayurveda, the great tradition has been kept alive by the great and selfless Vaidyas of past. Most of them lived a very simple and traditional life envisaged in the scriptures. Through their words and action they could inspire people around them to practice Ayurveda... »»
- Br. Sankara Chaitanya, MD
Director, Amrita School of Ayurveda