Isheeta Sharma

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17 Aug: The Clouds of Varsha Rtu

As the harbingers of the most dramatic and romantic season of the subcontinent, rain-laden clouds have become an integral part of the artistic vocabulary of the literature, art and music depicting Varsha rtu
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03 Dec: Yoga Mudras For Winter

Yoga hand mudras or hand gestures can be utilised and made part of our daily Yoga practice to ease the flow of energy in our body. These mudras stimulate different parts of the body in order to ease congestion, headaches and colds during Hemanta and Shishir rtu
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12 Nov: Yoga Mudras for Deep Sleep

“Sleep is the world’s upholder and nurse,” writes Dr Robert Svoboda in his book Ayurveda Life Health and Longevity. When we sleep well our body and mind are naturally restored and rejuvenated
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23 Sep: The Tradition of Tisanes

In Proust’s In Search of Lost Time, sipping a cup of tea transports Proust to the happy memories and years of his childhood. His aching heart feels soothed and he is filled with a sense of hope
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13 Sep: Yoga Mudras for the Mind

Our emotions are often expressed through our hands. Clenching fists in anticipation or anger, nervous movement of hands before an interview or even blowing a kiss to a loved one are ways of expressing emotions

03 Sep: Living with Ayurvedic Principles

Ayurveda is the traditional system of medicine of the Indian subcontinent. Ayur translates into ‘life’ and Veda translates into ‘knowledge’, so Ayurveda literally translates into ‘the knowledge of life’
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26 Aug: The Scent of Wellbeing

The word Incense is derived from the Latin word ‘incensum’ meaning ‘that which is burnt’ and refers to biotic substances made from flowers, resins, gum, herbs, spices, etc., often combined with essential oils, which release fragrance when they are burned