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AYURVEDA HOSPITAL AND INSTTITUTE

INTRODUCTION
Ayurveda is the traditional, ancient Indian system of health science. Its name literally means, "life
knowledge." The Ayurvedic method of holistic healthcare emphasizes balancing the body, mind, and spirit
to treat and prevent disease. This 5,000-year-old practice focuses on harmonizing the body with nature
through diet, herbal remedies, yoga and meditation, exercise, lifestyle, and body cleansing. It is considered
the sister science of yoga. The principles of many of the natural healing systems now familiar in the West
have their roots in Ayurveda, including Homeopathy and Polarity Therapy.

AIM
To highlight the Ayurveda influence in Hodal with a proposal to build the Ayurveda hospital & institute, it
was never a part of Hodal, Haryana. However, by presenting the planning of such type of hospital and
institutional space the motive of spreading awareness about Ayurveda will be fulfilled.

OBJECTIVES
 To provide a place where people can get knowledge about Ayurveda.

 To promote the growth and development in the field of Ayurveda.


 To provide and assist in providing services and facilities of the highest order to the human society
through the Ayurvedic System of Medicine.
 The purpose of Ayurveda is to protect the health of the healthy and to alleviate disorders of the
diseased.

 To produce graduates in the discipline of Ayurveda.


 To conduct experiments and develop patterns of teaching in under-graduate education in
Ayurveda.
 To preserve & protect both the natural environment and landscape values.
 To design 100 Bedded hospital & 60 seats Ayurveda institute according to Hodal climatic context by
providing vernacular architecture.

RESEARCH
In India, research in Ayurveda is undertaken by the Ministry of Ayush, an abbreviation for the department
of Ayurveda, yoga and naturopathy, unani, siddha and homeopathy through a national network of
research institutes.

NEED OF THIS PROJECT


"Physical fitness is not only one of the most important keys to a healthy body;
it is the basis of dynamic and creative intellectual activity."
- John F. Kennedy

 With the rapid development of science and technology and increasing workloads, the pressure on
human body is also increasing, both physically and mentally.
 An Ayurvedic hospital as well as an institute creating awareness about Ayurveda can serve as an ideal
space for natural healing. The building can be designed as a wellness retreat providing a rejuvenating
and refreshing ambience, in contrast to the artificial environments created in present-day hospitals.
 Ayurveda teaches us the appropriate life style to keep away from this toxin by creating an equilibrium in
the body.

SCOPE

 With increased health awareness, people are moving towards ayurvedic treatments, importance of
ayurvedic institute & hospital are also increasing.
 Such a design would have an understanding of eco-friendly materials. measure to capture natural light
and ventilation and the psychological aspects of healing by design.

LIMITATIONS
 Ayurveda is mostly based in India, so there are not many examples of ayurvedic institutions & hospitals
around the world.
 Availability of primary and secondary data is limited.
 Only Hospital or Institute block is taken residence block will not be done.
 Working drawings will not be done.
 HVAC and fire exit drawings will not be done.

LEARNING OUTCOME
 After studying this topic, I will be able to Develop health awareness as a whole inside and outside the
state and to develop national and international education place in India and abroad wherever felt
necessary.
 To encourage, promote and protect the growth of Ayurveda knowledge all person within members
interest of concern in such nature of activities.

SUBMITTED TO: SUMITTED BY:


AR. MANILA ARUN
B.ARCH., DGIA