Dr. Shaji is a disciple of Bhramashri Parabattaraka Ananganandanathan Padathirtha. He completed his Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (B.A.M.S.) from Madras University in 1992. With a tradition of Ayurvedic physicians in the family, Dr. Shaji took more interest in the science of Ayurveda and has extensively been researching on the subject for the past 23 years.
The richness of traditional Ayurvedic practices in India needs to be conveyed to the new generation of doctors. With this purpose in mind, Dr. Shaji has taken up the task of spreading awareness on the importance and advantages of pulse diagnosis in colleges. Dr. Shaji gives various lectures and classes for young and aspiring medical students on the benefits of pulse diagnosis, thus making the present generation aware of the safe and effective method of Ayurvedic diagnosing.
Pulse diagnosis reveals the exact nature of the imbalances in the three doshas, namely, Vata, Pitha and Kapha. A patient is treated after the diagnosis in such a way that this imbalance is normalized. According to Ayurveda, a perfect balance of the three doshas would necessary to make a person devoid of any illness.
At Punarjanis, medicines are prepared in exactly the same way as prescribed in the ancient Ayurvedic texts. Strict adherence to the texts assures the quality of the medicines that the traditional medicines were intended to give. Not only are the herbs used in preparation of the medicines devoid of any chemicals, even the way of preparation including the utensils used are in adherence to tradition. Thus, patients get the best medicines for their ailments.