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Madhukar Swayambhu
Madhukar Swayambhu is a TEDx speaker, awarded by Jal Shakti Mantralaya as Water Hero, Recognized as Global Top 3 Author on Water by Smart Water Magazine (Spain), having many published articles in various Water & Environment magazines.

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The latest breakthrough in water treatment technology – “Ayurvedic Rejuvenation of Water”

Ayurved is an ancient Vedic Science of medicine that is very ecological in its core philosophy. Ayurved is based on an understanding that the life on the planet is because of five key elements of life that are the building blocks of all life on the planet. These key elements are – fire, water, soil, air and cosmic energy.

Now these five in three different permutations create the three basic factors of Pitta (P), Kapha (K) and Vata (V), the balance of which creates an equilibrium in life and keeps us healthy and disease free. Corollary of this fact can be derived as, any imbalance of these three factors (PKV) will create a disease and make us unhealthy. The whole science of Ayurved is to create a balance between these three factors.

Now if we delve deeper into this philosophy, the five factors can be divided in to two categories – energy and ecology.

Fire is the life energy that keeps the body running for all bodily functions like life cycle, generation and de-generation and all sorts of metabolic activities.

Cosmic energy is the energy from out space that we all get as the sunlight, which is the key trigger source for all life processes on our planet, from photosynthesis till solar electricity.

And rest of the three are the ecological ecosystems of life – water, soil and air.

Taking an understanding from here, we can translate Ayurved as the science of correcting or restoring ecology in water, soil and air, using the knowledge and energy.

The need

Today if we look at all the global problems, we can trace the root of almost all of them to the problem in the ecological equilibrium of the planet. On one hand, in our quest for economic growth, we’ve started intervening in the natural ecology and started ruining it, while on the other hand, in our attempt to make life more comfortable and add to our ease of living, we’ve adopted unsustainable ways of living that are not in harmony with natural processes.

For example, we use chemical fertilisers in soil, antibiotics in animal farms, and hormones in both agriculture and animal husbandry – all for a better and timely yield. This is an intervention in natural ecology, as a result of which we have global problems like superbugs and Anti-Microbial Resistance (AMR).

Looking at the ease of living, what we’ve started doing is extensive use of chemicals and plastics, vertical living, massive use of fossil fuels – all creating waste. Now only human beings generate waste on this planet. The rest of animals, birds, plants and bees are living in absolute harmony with nature, with absolutely no concept of waste. So nature doesn’t have any concept of waste. Even the excreta of one organism is useful to the other species. That’s the way nature has linked the ecologies. Birds excreta is direct food for fishes, and in turn fishes excreta is required by the plants to grow, which are in turn needed by birds for their nests. Thus the ecology keeps going on and on in such cycles. Whatever goes out eventually comes back.

When we create waste, we stop this natural cycle. And thus an imbalance is created. We call this pollution, like sewage is water pollution, green house gases (GHG) is air pollution, fertilisers in soil cause soil pollution. All these have created the global issues like global warming, climate change, water crisis, food grain crisis, AMR and so on.

These can only be resolved by restoring the ecological balance.

The necessity

We all know that from the United Nations to governments to local bodies to corporations – everyone has been working towards protection, conservation, restoration, extraction of natural resources and what not, but if we look at the world in the last fifty years, has the situation improved or has it worsened?

The fact of the matter is, in spite of all efforts being put by all the organisations and individuals – the situation is turning grimmer by each day. More and more people, plants and animals in growing numbers are parched today. There’s a rapid desertification happening, that too in spite of all the efforts to restore the environment.

This means something is grossly wrong in our approach of restoration, else the situation would have improved with the efforts instead of worsening.

We’ve been trying everything from physics to chemistry to biology, but everything has failed. Primarily because we are trying to solve an ecological problem, that is the largest domain of science, with a smaller subset of science. ecology is holistic which can be dissected into physics, chemistry and biology, thus it wouldn’t work vice-versa.

The notion

As explained above, two of the energy chakras can mobilise three of the ecological chakras. And the steps begin with water. Once water is restored, the same water is used on the planets to restore the soil and air ecologies.

Chemically speaking the world can be divided into reducing and oxidising agents and the electron exchange is consistently happening around the world. Each and every chemical reaction will be happening only when there is electron exchange between the two compounds and there is energy to make the reaction happen.

This means that if we can somehow supply electrons to the sewage water, all the undecomposed chemicals will get the desired material to start decomposing, provided there is enough energy to make the chemical reaction happen. And this energy is always available in form of the cosmic energy from the Sunlight. So this can be a sustainable process.

Success stories

This Ayurvedic Technology of Restoration called “Cownomics©” is being used in India and has been showing a 100% success rate in multiple types of scenarios, some of which are listed below;

1- Motipur Kaai Lake, Rajnandgaon – A lake with a daily inlet of sewage from the surrounding colonies had major algal bloom, massive foul smell and a huge mosquitoes and flies population creating a public health issue due to vector borne diseases. This was restored within a month.

2- Darripaar Lake, Janjgir – A lake declared a threat for public health due to massive microbial infestation in water, causing epidemic diseases. It was restored in a month.

3- Mowa Lake, Raipur – A lake with almost 50% of the surface covered by waterweeds, also having itching from water along with a foul smell, and a huge mosquitoes and flies population. It was restored in a month.

Three different case studies in three different geographical locations having three different problems, but had sewage, fouls smell and mosquitoes in common. All of them were solved using the same Ayurvedic technology of water rejuvenation. That confirms the testimony and demonstrates the relevance of the technology.

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