Ayurveda is coined from two words, ‘Ayur’- an ancient system of life and ‘Veda’- science or knowledge. Ayurveda has its origin dating back to Vedic culture of India, but it still feeds us the way to save the mankind from increasing acute and chronic diseases. It is a system of medicine with historical roots in the Indian subcontinent. It all began with accounts of transmission of medical knowledge from Gods to sages. It is the very fundamental question of our universal creation, the rishis and seers of our holy land, sought to reveal the deepest truths of human physiology and health. Ayurveda entails in itself, a hidden interconnectedness between mind, body, and soul. Today, in a world laden with allopathic medicines and its side effects over a longer period, it has become essential for us to embrace our medical heritage of Ayurveda. It gives us the consciousness- an elemental, all-powerful, all-pervading energy. Ayurveda seeks to know both aspects of life, objective(outer) and subjective(inner). Ayurveda regard physical existence, mental existence, and personality as a unit, with each element being able to influence the others. This is a holistic approach used during diagnosis and therapy and is a fundamental aspect of Ayurveda. It offers a holistic healing to all ailments.Ayurveda has eight ways to diagnose illness, called Nadi (pulse), Mootra (urine), Mala (stool), Jihva (tongue), Shabda (speech), Sparsha (touch), Druk (vision), and Aakruti (appearance). The primary goal of Ayurvedic medicine is to help people live long, healthy and balanced lives without the need for prescription drugs, complicated surgeries or suffering through painful conditions.