Dhanwantari Jayanti



Dhanvantri is said to be the God and originator of the Ayurveda for the human welfare. Dhanvantari is considered as the incarnation of the God Vishnu. Every year the birthday of the God Dhanvantari is celebrated on ‘Dhanteras’, just before the Diwali on thirteenth day before Amavasya in the month of kartik. God Dhanvantari is having four arms and in each of these arms he carries following things: medical herbs, pot of ambrosia, Shankha and Chakra.

During the famous Samundra Manthan in which, Dev and Demons were churning the Samundra, to get the pot of the Amrut(nectar), it is said that God Dhanvantari rose from there only. Also from there Maa Lakshmi has also arose. Due to this fact, the birthday of Maa Lakshmi and Dhanvantari is celebrated on the same day called as ‘Dhanteras’.

Ayurveda is a sub part of the Atharva Veda and it was meant for reviving humans from the pain, sufferings they might suffer due to injury and other ailments like diseases.
Those people who belong to the field where they practice, the medicine and surgery, Deity Dhanvantari is worshipped with great reverence and devotion. The prasad of neem leaves and jaggery is distributed to everyone , Neem is considered as amrut (nectar) in vedic culture and it has the capacity to absorb maximum amount of Prajapati vibrations.



Comments are closed.

Related Post


© 2017. Vedic Upasna. All rights reserved. Origin IT Solution