Resilience Approach of Ayurveda: nCOV-19 Pandemic


  • Vijay Mohan Soni
  • Shiv Singh
  • Neha Munjal



Covid-19, Ayurveda, Ministry of AYUSH, ANOVA, Pandemic, Atharva veda


Introduction: The coronavirus disease, nCOV-19 pandemic is exceptional and unprecedented in many aspects and it has shaken the health care system at global level. The several studies reported on nCOV-19 suggest that, immunization is the only way to fight against it. For this, Ayurveda is the most imperative as it recommends a healthy lifestyle instead of the mere prescription of medicines. Methodology: Ministry of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy is purposed with developing education, research and propagation of indigenous alternative medicine systems in India (Ministry of AYUSH). The Ministry is headed by a Minister of State, which is currently held by Shripad Yesso Naik and has recommended some measures to be followed in building strength by following the holistic approach of Ayurveda toward Swasthavritta. Thus, the present paper focuses on analysing the public perception towards Ayurveda measures using the most popular statistical techniques as ANOVA. Results: The analysis of data indicated that, the people are mesmerised by the concept of Ayurveda and are following all the possible precautions to save themselves from the effect of COVID-19. Older generation has a firm believe on the vedic science as compared to the younger generation. Conclusion: The classic of Ayurveda ‘Charaka Samhita’ describes the epidemic management and it defines immunity as the most essential to prevent diseases and arrest its progress. The foundation of Ayurveda is to building strength of mind and body to manage with different stressors, including infections. The Ayurveda concept of immunity (Bala or strength) is categorized as natural (Sahaja), chronobiologic (Kalaja), and acquired (Yuktikrut). Henceforth, we can achieve the aim of Ayurveda i.e. the Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam and Aturasya Vikar Prashamanam, against nCOV-19 pandemic.

Author Biographies

Vijay Mohan Soni

Medical Officer, Uni-Hospital, Lovely Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences (LFAMS), Lovely Professional University, G. T. Rd, Phagwara, Punjab.

Shiv Singh

Assistant Librarian, Department of Library, Bennett University (Times of India Group),Tech Zone II, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.

Neha Munjal

Assistant Professor, Department of Physics, School of Chemical Engineering and Physical Sciences, Lovely Professional University, G. T. Rd, Phagwara, Punjab.




How to Cite

Soni, V. M., Singh, S., & Munjal, N. (2021). Resilience Approach of Ayurveda: nCOV-19 Pandemic. International Journal of Ayurvedic Medicine, 12(1), 129–133.



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