Veddhama is a non profit organization and a vedic healing centre that focuses in combining the essence of Vedas - Upvedas and Vedangas to offer ayurvedic treatments in Chandigarh and Zirakpur region. Some of our treatments and services are given below:
According the Acharya Charkh (the father of Ayurveda) the Shirah (the head) is the seat of the Prana (soul) and all indriyas (sense organs) have shelter
in the Shirah. It is also known as uttamanga(best body organ). Due to this fact Shirodhara with Ksheera (milk) provides strength to pranaand indiriyas which
are mainly vitiated in the case of psychological disorder. There two forms of procedures that involves the Shirah: Shirodhara and Shirovasti. In
Shirovastionce the poorva karmas are completed you is made to sit on the stool of his height of his knee in the evening, a head band is strapped around
the head, just above the ears, plastered by piece of cloth smeared with black gram dough. The luke warm medicated oil prescribed for the disease is poured
into the reservoir to a height of one angula from the base of hair. Before commencing with the procedure of Shirodhara, the poorva karmas are performed. Shirodhara
involves gentle pouring of oils over the forehead, above and between the eyebrows, at the chakra point. Set in a contemporary atmosphere, the treatment begins with a Sanskrit
shloka or chant to set the mood right, followed by an herbal foot bath. What follows thereafter is a blissful state of deep relaxation induced with the continuous stream of oil
poured over your forehead. The oils used for Shirovasti and Shirodhara the oil used will be specific to your Nakshatra so that the result is achieved effectively.
It is defined as a procedure of application of snehadravyas (body moisturising and softening oil) over the body with certain amount of pressure in specific directions. In this
procedure warm medicated oil based on your nakshatra is applied gently all over the body in anulomagati. Depth of penetration is about 3mm. Many of the prevalent modern massage
techniques are the modified forms of Abhyanga. It can be performed as preventive therapy or therapeutic procedure or even as rejuvenative therapy.
Pizhichil is a treatment procedure in which the herbal oils and or ghee are poured over
your body in monitored streams for a fixed duration of time. It is a type of Parisheka
Sweda (steaming or sweat inducing treatment in which hot or warm liquids are poured
or sprinkled or showered over the body in streams). In Pizhichil, along with pouring of
the stream of oil, simultaneous massage is done to enhance benefits of the treatment.
Pizhichil is beneficial for aliments like Hemiplegia, and other paralyses.
Navarakizhi, also called Shashtika Shali Pinda Sweda is a type of Ayurvedic treatment
in which a sweat-inducing massage is given to the patient using a preparation
containing milk and rice to provide relief from pain and stiffness. This therapy is also
used to improve the muscle strength. It also rejuvenates and re-energizes the body
Jaloka or Leech therapy is a blood purification therapy where leeches are used to suck
the impure blood from the infected part of the body. Leech sucks only impure blood to
be very specific. Leech therapy is also used successfully to manage problems like High
Blood Pressure and Arthritis. It improves blood circulation and metabolism as well. It
has shown its effectiveness in treating Hemorrhoids, also known as piles.
It is a medicated linen thread prepared with a coating of Snuhi Ksheera, Apamarga
Kshara and Haldi Churna. Kshara Sutra Therapy (or Kshar Sutra Treatment) is a
unique ancient technique, which is proved to be an effective treatment of anorectal
disorders. It is commonly recommended in patients suffering from hemorrhoids,
pilonidal sinus (PNS) and fistula-in-Ano. Kshar Sutra treatment is a minimum invasive
procedure in which ligation of Piles, Sentinel tags and Threading of Fistulous track is
done under local anesthesia (generally) or no anesthesia at all.
In Atharva Veda, haloes around heads of all Gods are referred to as Divya Kanti Valaya
or Circular Divine Light or Aura. These are electro-magnetic fields around living or non-
To break this down further -we (human beings) are like “energy disturbances”. And this
is best explained by a principal of Quantum Physics on particles and wave nature of any
In other words, Jo brahmande so pinde, jopinde so brahmande, meaning what’s outside
a body is inside a body and what’s inside is outside a body.
The concept of Aura, which is a store of mental and emotional impressions, is well
represented in Indian relics too.
In his version of Lalita Sahasranama, the great Vysa Maharshi talks about energies
related to Jada Shakti (matter possesses energy) and he calls Life Energy as Chi-Shakti
(Chi=Prana) and Light Energy as Parama-Jyoti.
“The prana that exists is reappears as rebirth (punarjanma),” is well emphasized in our
Puranas while Law of Energy says “energies cannot be created or destroyed” and they
always exist in one form or the other.
Apart from all this, any disease/ problem reaches the physical body right in the end as it
first travels through different layers of energy bodies. So aura study could be used in
medical sciences too.
Jyotisha is the Hindu system of astrology, one of the six disciplines of Vedanga. The
Sanskrit word derives from Jyotis which means "light, brightness", but in the plural also
"the heavenly bodies, planets and stars". Jyotisha thus signifies the "science of
heavenly bodies". Jyotish is often discussed as the instructional element of the Rig
Veda, and as such is a Vedanga, or "body part" of the Vedas. Jyotish is called the Eye
of the Veda, for its believed ability to view both phenomenal reality and wisdom itself.
Mantra means a sound, a certain utterance or a syllable. Every mantra activates a
particular kind of energy in a different part of the body. Without that necessary
awareness, just repeating the sound only brings dullness to the mind. Any repetition of
the sound always makes your mind dull. But when it is done with proper awareness,
with exact understanding of what it is, a mantra could be a very powerful means.
Homa is a Sanskrit word, which refers to any kind of "ritual in offerings" that is made into a consecrated fireplace. It can also be referred to as Homam/Havan. Homas are an
important religious practice in Hinduism, Homas is an ancient form of sacrament,
stemming from the "Vedic Science". A Homa can help you get well, have good
relationships, find a partner, have children and it may even remove bad karma or
negative aspects in a horoscope or with Vastu...
Yoga means “union” and leads to an integration of mind and body. Yoga is more than a
physical exercise. It facilitates change based on the principles of reflection, integrity and
awakening. Hatha yoga is traditionally made up of asana (posture) practice, pranayama
and bandha/mudra work. Often the asana practice (the physical practice) is referred to
as hatha yoga.
Meditation helps us to understand our own mind. We can learn how to transform our
mind from negative to positive, from disturbed to peaceful, from unhappy to happy.
Overcoming negative minds and cultivating constructive thoughts is the purpose of