‘The Pursuit Of Health With Ayurveda’

Dr ANUPAMA K N responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire. Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? I grew up admiring one of my close relatives, a doctor — right from my childhood days. This instilled in me a cogent feeling that I’d also, in like manner, save lives and help people in illness,

‘My Intuitive Bonding With Ayurveda’

Dr ANITHASHRI responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire.  Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor?  I vividly remember — when in Class I — our teacher asked us what we wanted to be as grown-ups? I responded — “I want to be a doctor.” I wasn’t, of course, sure why I said so, but

‘My Quest For The Ikigai With Ayurveda’

Dr Pallavi POOJARI responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire.  Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor?  I had a strong, zealous interest in health and medicine, ever since I was a kid. I used to pretend to be a doctor, ‘treat’ and ‘serve’ my neighbours, visit clinics and grab the vantage seat beside doctors.

‘My Calling: Bespoke Ayurveda’

Dr T VIDYAVATI responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire. Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor?  It was a poignant, heart-breaking moment. I lost my father when I was in 10th Standard, possibly due to doctors’ negligence. This was the latent ‘spark’ in grief that propelled me to helping patients, just like my father

‘Ayurveda: My Clarion Call’

Dr VASAVI VARAMBALLY responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire.  Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? My mother wanted to be a doctor — but, she could not, for whatever reason. She inspired me to be one. I opted for Ayurveda, because I found it best suited for my aspirations, passion, as also vision.

‘Ayurveda Is So Fascinating’

Dr LIJU B S responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire.  Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? It was during my Plus Two that I developed a robust yearning to becoming a doctor. As I grew up, I was witness to some eminent doctors treating patients, with a wide range of diseases, or illnesses,

‘Optimal Wellness: Need Of The Hour’

Dr SWETHA S responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire. Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? It was my childhood dream, to be precise — yet, the fact is, I always had the conviction, also passion, to helping others and making a positive impact on peoples’ lives. I was also inspired, no less, by

‘I’m In Awe Of Homeopathy’

Dr Rachel LEVINE responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire. Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? I was introduced to homeopathy after having an allergic reaction — when stung by a bee. I was living on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada, at the time, and I was astounded by what I was given. I also

‘Less Is Best Medicine’

Dr BHAVYA responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire.  Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor? That I became a doctor was a dream-come-true for me and my parents too. My parents ingrained in me that classical ethos to serve people, the ill and the needy. They called it god’s decree, also work, or worship.

‘Ayurveda Has Given Me Everything’

Dr Deepak KADIYALI responds to ThinkWellness360 questionnaire.  Why and how did you think of becoming a doctor?  It was my parents’ dream. They wished that I followed my grandpa’s footsteps. What made you think of, study and specialise in the system of medicine you now practice? My grandfather was an Ayurveda physician. He was my

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