Conclusion: There is marked similarity found between GVRSG and Geschwind syndrome and Ayurvedic diagnosis of Guru, Vriddha, Rishi, and Siddha bhootonmada/grahonmada is suitable for Geschwind syndrome.
Keywords: Ayurveda, bhutonmaada, Geschwind syndrome, hyper-religiosity, hypergraphia, hyposexuality How to cite this URL: Mamidi P, Gupta K.
Requirements to Apply: For Parents: In this Siddha Yoga Practices Retreat, yuvas creatively engage in Siddha Yoga study and practice together.
In the welcoming atmosphere of Gurudev Siddha Peeth, young Siddha Yoga students participate in the Siddha Yoga practices of chanting and meditation, as well as in active learning sessions and quiet time in nature.
It is most popular in Japan, where it is known as gōkon.
In other cultures, group dating is becoming more popular as a safe alternative to single dating (especially blind dating), also helping to ease tension, because both parties will feel more comfortable having the company of their friends.
Among the 18 types of bhutonamaada's explained by Vagbhata, “Guru, Vriddha, Rishi and Siddha grahonmaada” (GVRSG) is one.
Group dating is a modern pattern for dating where a group of single men and a group of single women organise a night out, with the hope of forming romantic partnerships.METHOD OF TRAINING The main object of Post-graduate education should be acquisitions of advanced Knowledge in respective subjects.It aims to produce competent scholars and scientists to carry on the work in the Universities, research, institutions and other scientific organisations and teaching institutions of Indian Systems of Medicine (Siddha) It is also imperative to include in the Post-graduate course thorough understanding of the subject, capacity for critical thinking -to arrive at independent judgement and to quicken the Intellectual impulses which lead to research. AIMS AND OBJECTS: - The main aim of Postgraduate education should be acquisition of specialised knowledge in Siddha Medicine, it also aims at producing competent scholars, experts, Scientists, teachers, clinicians in Siddha Medicine, Pharmaceutical experts and Research workers to carry on the work relating to Siddha Medicine in Universities, Research laboratories and other institution of a Higher learning.University or an examination accepted by the syndicate as equivalent there to, ii) Persons who have passed Bachelor of Siddha Medicine & Surgery; iii) Persons who hold degree in Siddha Maruthuvam, the duration's of which must be at least four years and have undergone an internship of Hospital for not less than six months and conducted by the Institutions as recognized by the State Government, or Central Government, or the Graduates of Siddha of foreign countries as recommended by the Government of India. BRANCHES OF STUDY:- The following specialities in the post-graduate course of study in Siddha Medicine can be taken up under various branches as detailed below :- BRANCH I : Siddha Maruthuvam-moola The Thathuvam (Fundamental Principal of Siddha Medicine) BRANCH II : Udal Koorugal and Thathuvam (Applied Anatomy and physiology) BRANCH III Gunapadam Mooligain Vaguppu (Materail Medical and vegetable Kingdom) Gunapadam - Thathu Jeeva Vaguppu (Metals, Minerals etc.) BRANCH IV : Siddha Mamtuvam-pothu (General Medicine) including Sirappu Maruthuvam BRANCH V : Aruval Maruthuvam and Porigalm Marthvam (surgery and diseases of the sense organs) BRANCH VI : Magalir Mamthuvam-Sool Maruthuvam (Gyneacology and Obstetrics) BRANCH VII : Pillaipini Maruthuvam (Paediatrics) BRANCH VIII : Siddha- Maruthuvam ilakiyangal (Classics in Siddha Medicine) Note : Specialities noted against the following branches can be taken up in a phased programme Branch : I, II, V, VI, VII, and VIII V.