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The Deeper Meaning of “Lord Shiva”

Mahashivaratri on 2nd Feb: Most of us worship Lord Shiva without understanding the deep meaning of him. In Hindu mythology, Shiva is one of the three forms of God (Brahma, Vishnu & Mahesh). The Parmatama or spirit or what is called as GOD can be classified as a mixture of three forces representing Generator, (creator or Brahma); Organizer; (maintainer or Vishnu); Destroyer (winding up or Mahesh or Shiva).The same three forces are also present inside our body to perform any work, which can be linked to create or generate the idea, maintain or organize the contents of the idea, and then destroy or wind up so that new work can be undertaken through Ganesha - the Lord of new happenings.

For day to day life, one has to understand and implement the principles of Lord Shiva which can be known by understanding the meaning of Shiva and its body.

Classically, Shiva is worshipped in the sitting meditating pose, sitting on a deer’s skin with white Himalaya in the background of blue akash. Shiva is also depicted in the form as smeared with the ashes of graveyard, having a snake on neck, Ganga coming out of his hairs, having three eyes, blue neck, trishul on one hand and damru on his other hand.

All these symbolic representations have a deep spiritual meaning and tells us about Shiva’s principles of success, e.g. Shiva has three eyes - the left eye indicates love, the right eye signifies justice and the third eye wisdom or intelligence. For an effective working, one has to use both the routine eyes i.e. doing every work with love and justice. Any work done with love and without justice will lead to pampering, and justice without love will lead to rudeness. The third eye is to be used whenever you are in difficulty. The message is, whenever you are in difficulty; use your intelligence and wisdom. The third eye opening also represent the vanishing of ignorance (darkness or pralaya).

Shiva sitting in an open-eye meditating pose indicates that in day-to-day life one should be calm as if you are in the meditation rose. Calmness in day-to-day practice helps in achieving better results.

The snake around the neck represents one’s ego. One should keep the ego out and control it and not let it overpower you. The downward posture of the head of the snake represents that ego should be directed towards the consciousness and not outwards.

The blue neck (Neelkanth) represents that one should neither take the negative emotions out nor suppress them but alter or modify them. The blue colour indicates sin or negative thoughts. The same in the neck indicates that the poison is neither to be drunk nor to be spitted out but to be kept in the throat by making it a part of the life. For example an episode of anger should neither be taken out or suppressed. Any suppressed anger will release chemicals in the body causing acidity, asthma, angina and diarrhea etc. Similarly, the anger should not be taken out, or else it will end up into social unhealthiness. The only way is to alternate or motivate the anger by willful cultivation of opposite positive thoughts in the mind. Therefore the process of silently passing on love to any individual can take away the angry thoughts from the mind (love is opposite of anger).

The ash on the skin of the body of Shiva reminds that everything in the universe is perishable and nothing is going to remain with the poison. The message is that ‘you have come in this world without anything and will go back without anything, then why worry’.

The trishul in one hand represents control of three factors i.e. mind, intellect and ego. It also represents controlling your three mental gunas i.e. satvic, rajas and tamas.

The damru, the hollow structure, represents ‘taking all your ego and desires out of the body’.

The blue akash represents vastness and openness and the white mountains represents purity and truthfulness.

On the Shivaratri day, the custom is to fast. The fast does not just indicate not eating on that day, but its deeper meaning signifies fasting of all bad things in life like - “seeing no evil, hearing no evil and speaking no evil”. Fasting also indicates controlling the desires for eating foods (like fermented, sweet, sour and salt) and control the negative thoughts both in the mind, deed as well as actions.

By adopting all these, principles, one will attain a free flow of knowledge which is represented by the Ganga coming out of the hairs of the Lord Shiva. The matted hairs of Shiva represents tapas, which signifies that nothing in the universe is impossible without contemplation and repeated practice.

If one adopts to Shiva’s principles in day-to-day life, one will find no obstacles both in his routine life as well as to one’s spiritual journey.

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2nd eMedinewS: Revisiting 2010: Excellence Award

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BUDGET 2011 HIGHLIGHTS (Tarun Kumar, CA)

A. Income Tax

  1. Basic Exemption Limits raised from 1.60 lakhs to 1.80 lakhs, for Senior Citizens (now 60yrs) to 2.50 lakhs & Very Senior Citizens (80 years) 5 lakhs.
  2. Surcharge on Domestic Companies reduced from 7.5% to 5%. & MAT raised from 18% to 18.5%.
  3. Direct Tax Code (DTC) proposed to be effective from 1st April 2012.
  4. New reduced Corporate Tax rate for Domestic Companies will be 32.445%
  5. Weighted deduction on contributions made to National Laboratories, Universities and Institute of Technology increased from 175% to 200%.
  6. Lower Tax Rate of 15 % on Dividends received by an Indian Company from its foreign subsidiary.


  1. Service Tax extended on New Services: - A.C. Bars & Restaurants, Hotel where rent is above Rs 1000/- per day, health checkups, Life Insurance services providers, Legal representative.
  2. Service Tax on Air travel raised ( Both domestic and international ).
  3. Reduction in number of exemptions in Central Excise rate structure.
  4. General Excise Duty & Service tax remains 10%. Basic Excise rate raised from 4 % to 5%.
  5. 5% Service Tax on all services provided by hospitals with 25 or more beds with facility of central air conditioning.
  6. Optional levy on branded garments or made up proposed to be converted into a mandatory levy at unified rate of 10 per cent.
  7. All individual and sole proprietors having turnover up to Rs.60 lakhs exempted from the formalities of audit.


  1. As per NEW TRAI Rules From 1st March, 2011 SMS will not be Delivered on Mobiles who have registered their Mobile Number in DND (Do-Not-Disturb)
  2. To Receive the SMS they must remove their Numbers from DND
  3. To remove the number from NDNC: CALL 1909 OR send sms “STOP 0" to 1909 as early as possible.
  4. To check the DND numbers on Web: http://nccptrai.gov.in/nccpregistry
  5. New TRAI rules affected to the customer from 1st march 2011:
  6. SMS will be delivered between 9.00am to 9.00pm
  7. Sender id will be replaced with 5 digit any number.
  8. All types of SMS will not delivered on NDNC number.
  9. Pls referred the website for new rules for TRAI regulation: -
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20% hike in health budget

Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee Monday announced a 20 percent hike in the health budget for the year 2011-2012. "I propose to hike the health budget in 2011-12 by 20 percent to Rs.26,760 crore," Mukherjee said while presenting his third budget. He also said that the Rashtriya Swasthya Beema Yojana had emerged as an effective instrument for providing health cover to marginal workers. "It is now being extended to Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme beneficiaries and others. In 2011-12, I propose to further extend this scheme to cover unorganised sector workers in hazardous mining and associated industries like lead pencil, bromide, mica and asbestos," he added. (Source: The Times of India, Feb 28, 2011).

    International News

(Contributed by Rajat Bhatnagar, International Sports & Fitness Distribution, LLC http://www.isfdistribution.com)

The Private Sector makes its voice heard on prevention

Budget talks are beginning to consume much—if not all—of Capitol Hill dialogue these days, and will continue to do so in the coming weeks and months. In anticipation, the Partnership to Fight Chronic Disease (PFCD), in partnership with WellPoint, Inc., held a briefing to demonstrate the toll chronic disease is taking on health care spending, and the cost–saving value of private sector prevention efforts. "With all eyes on the budget…and discussions quickly turning to ways to lower federal spending and cut the deficit, it’s a perfect time to have this discussion and collectively show what can be done to lower health care costs without compromising quality," said Dr. Ken Thorpe, executive director of PFCD, to Tradingmarkets.com.

Currently, preventable and highly manageable chronic diseases consume 75 percent of health care costs. For Medicare and Medicaid specifically, chronic diseases are even more devastating—generating more than 95 percent of costs. The private sector solutions highlighted at the event demonstrated how targeting prevention and wellness efforts improve individual and community health, as well as reduce unnecessary health care spending. The event featured the efforts of health care organizations, payors and health and wellness professionals.

(Dr Monica and Brahm Vasudev)

Smoking may increase ALS risk

Smoking may increase the risk of the fatal muscle–wasting disease amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), according to a study published in the Archives of Neurology.

Children with influenza coinfections have worse outcomes, longer hospital stays

Children who are coinfected with influenza have worse outcomes than those without documented influenza coinfection, according to a study reported online in the Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.

Dutasteride may not be cost–effective chemopreventive agent

The use of dutasteride as a chemopreventive agent is decidedly controversial, and a new study has found that it is not cost effective. (Study coauthor Yair Lotan, MD, associate professor in the Department of Urology at Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas).

Two common HIV treatment regimens have similar efficacy

A study in the Annals of Internal Medicine compared the efficacy of two commonly used HIV treatment regimens. (abacavir/lamivudine vs tenofovir/emtricitabine).

    Infertility Update

Dr. Kaberi Banerjee, Director Precious Baby Foundation

What are the causes for female infertility?

Factors relating only to female infertility include age, smoking, sexually transmitted infections; being overweight or underweight can all affect fertility.

Age: Fertility starts declining after age 27 and drops at a somewhat greater rate after age 35. In terms of ovarian reserve, a typical woman has 12% of her reserve at age 30 and has only 3% at age 40. 81% of variation in ovarian reserve is due to age alone, making age the most important factor in female infertility.(banerjee.kaberi@gmail.com)

    Hepatology Update

Dr. Neelam Mohan, Director Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Liver Transplantation, Medanta – The Medicity

What is the role of USG in diagnosis of liver abscess?

USG is the imaging of first choice. It is quick, safe, cheap, and accurate in picking a liver lesion. On ultrasound, abscess may be a round or an oval lesion which is usually hypoechoic but may have heterogenous echotexture. A solid or heterogenous lesion often evolves into a hypoechoic lesion on subsequent examination. Majority of the abscess have a well defined wall which may be thin or irregular. USG may reveal an intra–abdominal precipitating cause for liver abscess. However USG may miss very small abscesses or abscesses lying in areas of liver difficult to examine when patient cooperation is poor. (drneelam@yahoo.com)

    Legal Question of the Day

(Contributed by Dr MC Gupta, Advocate: mcgupta44@gmail.com)

Q. What should be done when the patient or his relatives are not willing for restraint even though the treating consultant has advised/prescribed that the patient should be physically restrained?


  1. The question of restraint arises only when the patient is not in possession of sound mental faculties. A patient who is not of sound mind is incapable of giving or withholding consent. Hence the question of the patient not willing for restraint does not arise.
  2. Restraint has to be used only when the patient is so violent that he incurs the risk/danger of hurting to himself or others including other patients and hospital staff. If restraint is viewed as a measure to prevent the patient from self–injury, the act of restraining him can be viewed as part of treatment or patient management. It is not a surgical or interventional procedure for which consent may be needed. Hence there is no question of taking consent from the relatives.
  3. If restraint is viewed as a measure to prevent the patient from injuring others, the others have a right of self defence and to prevent themselves against injury by the violent patient. Also, the hospital has a duty to save other patients and staff from any possible injury caused by the violent patient. The exercise of such right or duty is not subject to consent by anybody.
  4. A doctor or a hospital are not obliged to treat or keep a patient who refuses treatment advised. They would be within their legal rights to ask the patient/relatives to seek discharge of the patient and leave the hospital, unless the patient is in such a serious condition that discharge from hospital would be likely to result in grave deterioration of health or death.
  5. If the relatives don’t leave the hospital and don’t take away the patient and obstruct the functioning of the hospital or unduly interfere in the treatment of the patient, the police can be requested to take action against the relatives.
  6. The hospital must make sure to maintain detailed records/documentation.
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Malaria Eradication In 40 Years


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(Dr Arpan Gandhi and Dr Navin Dang)


Increased: Hypoparathyroidism, excess vitamin D, secondary hyperparathyroidism, renal failure, bone disease, Addison’s disease

Decreased: Hyperparathyroidism, alcoholism, diabetes, hyperalimentation, acidosis, hypomagnesemia, diuretics, vitamin D deficiency, phosphate–binding antacids

    Medi Finance Update

Can a doctor claim any tax rebate on the tax calculated?

Yes, he can claim Tax rebate u/s 88 upto Rs. 20,000 or 20% of the gross qualifying investments in case is one lakh fifty thousand rupees or less. Rs. 15,000 or 15% income is more than Rs. 1,50,000 but does not exceed Rs. 5,00,000. Under section 88 B, if a person is above 65 years of age then upto Rs. 20,000. Under section 88 C, in case of a female below 65 years of age then upto Rs. 5,000.

    Drug Update

LIST of approved drug from 01.01.2010 to 31.8.2010

Drug Name
DCI Approval Date
Pantoprazole Mouth Dissolving Tablet 20/40 mg
For the treatment of gastric ulcer, duodenal ulcer & gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).
    IMSA Update

International Medical Science Academy (IMSA) Update

Critical care in Asthma

A meta–analysis showed that adding a long–acting beta agonist (LABA) to an inhaled glucocorticoid in patients with asthma decreases asthma–related hospitalization. On the other hand, another meta–analysis found an increase in asthma–related intubation and mortality for the LABA–treated group.

    IJCP Special

Dr Good Dr Bad

Situation: A 25–year–old male with normal body mass index (BMI) came with mild abdominal obesity.
Dr Bad: Do not worry.
Dr Good: Rule out diabetes.
Lesson: Indians are susceptible to diabetes at a younger age and at a relatively lower BMI compared to the white Caucasians. This is partly explained by the fact that the thin–looking Indians are quite adipose (higher body fat percent).

Make Sure

Situation: A patient with acute chest pain died before reaching the hospital.
Reaction: Oh my God! Why was water–soluble aspirin not given?
Lesson: Make sure that at the onset of acute heart attack and chest pain, water–soluble aspirin is chewed to reduce chances of sudden death.

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An Inspirational Story
(Contributed by Dr Anupam Sethi Malhotra)

Meditate Regularly

Meditation calms the mind and gets rid of disturbing thoughts. This is the highest state of peace of mind. Try and experience it yourself. If you meditate earnestly for half an hour everyday, your mind will tend to become peaceful during the remaining twenty–three and half–hours. Your mind will not be easily disturbed as it was before. You would benefit by gradually increasing the period of daily mediation. You may think that this will interfere with your daily work. On the contrary, this will increase your efficiency and you will be able to produce better results in less time.


Mind Teaser

Read this…………………


Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: cancan
Answer for Yesterday’s Mind Teaser: Toucan

Correct answers received from: Dr K.P.Rajalakshmi, Dr Sudipto Samaddar, Dr K.Raju, Dr Neelam Nath, Dr Rakesh Bhasin

Answer for 27th February Mind Teaser: Calm before the storm
Correct answers received from: Dr Sudipto Samaddar, Dr Parul Chopra Buttan

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Laugh a While
(Contributed by Dr GM Singh)

A Horoscope For The Workplace

ACCOUNTING: The only other sign that studied in school, you are mostly immune from office politics. You are the most feared person in the organization; combined with your extreme organizational traits, the majority of rumors concerning you say that you are completely insane.


Knowledge is amusing

The human HEART creates enough pressure when it pumps out to the body to squirt blood 30 feet.

    Readers Responses

Dear Dr KK, Indian flag is hoisted high by shortlisting of two Indian nominations for BMJ awards 2011 from a very stiff worldwide competition. The final winners will be awarded after the last round in a ceremony in central London on 18th May 2011. The details are on website
http://groupawards.bmj.com/2011–shortlist and the Indian nominations with their categories are as below:

Medical Team in a Crisis Zone

  • Doctors For You, Floods response team, Bihar, India
  • Medecins Sans Frontieres, Haiti response team
  • Save the Children, Haiti response team

Innovation in Healthcare

  • Bubbalicious.co.uk – Advice for young parents, Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths, UK
  • Centralised Ophthalmic Electronic Referral Unit (COeRU), NHS Fife, UK
  • Professor Subhashchandra Daga, MIMER Medical College, India

I am sure this news will delight as well as motivate all the readers of eMedinewS.

Regards, Dr Vivek Chhabra

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(Press Release for use by the newspapers)

Allocation for Health Sector Increased by 20 Per Cent for the Year 2011–12

There are some bad and some good news from the budget said Dr KK Aggarwal, Padma Shri and Dr B C Roy National Awardee and President Heart Care Foundation of India.

Bad News: There will be a service tax on all services provided by hospitals with 25 or more beds that have the facility of central air–conditioning. The tax is on high–end treatment with abatement of 50 per cent so that the actual burden is kept at 5 per cent of the value of service.

Bad News: There will be a service tax on diagnostic tests of all kinds with the same rate of abatement.

Good News: Government hospitals shall be outside this levy of service tax.

Good News: There is a special budget to promote balanced nutrition. Bajra, jowar, ragi and other millets are highly nutritious and are known to possess several medicinal properties. The availability and consumption of these Nutricereals is, however, low and has been steadily declining over recent years. A provision of Rs 300 crore is being made to promote higher production of these cereals, upgrade their processing technologies and create awareness regarding their health benefits. This initiative would provide market linked production support to 10 lakh millet farmers in the arid and semi–arid regions of the country. The programme would be taken up in 1000 compact blocks covering about 25,000 villages. This will help improve nutritional security and increase feed and fodder supply for livestock.

Good News: The consumption of foods rich in animal protein and other nutrients has risen of late, with demand growing faster than production. The National Mission for Protein Supplements is being launched in 2011–12 with an allocation of Rs 300 crore. It will take up activities to promote animal based protein production through livestock development, dairy farming, piggery, goat rearing and fisheries in selected blocks.

Semi Good News: Health budget increased by 20 per cent to Rs 26,760 crore.

Good News: Rashtriya Swasthya Bima Yojana which has emerged as an effective instrument for providing a basic health cover to poor and marginal workers will now be extended to unorganized sector workers in hazardous industries like mining and associated industries like slate and slate pencil, dolomite, mica and asbestos etc.

Good News: Environmental pollution has emerged as a serious public health concern across the country. The budget allocates Rs 200 crore from the National Clean Energy Fund as Centre’s contribution in 2011–12 for launching environmental remediation programmes.

Good News: A number of projects under the National Ganga River Basin Authority have been approved in 2010–11. This momentum will be further stepped up. There are many rivers and lakes of cultural and historical significance that need to be cleaned. In the course of the year 2011–12, there will be special allocation of Rs 200 crore for the clean–up of some important lakes and rivers other than the Ganga.

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule : http://www.cricbuzz.com/cricket–schedule/series/228/icc–world–cup–2011

6th Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Nephrology (IANCON–2011)

March 12–13, 2011: Taj Deccan, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad–34
Faculty: Dr MS Amarsen, Dr KV Jhony, Dr SC Dash, Dr Kashivishweswaran, Dr V Sakhuja, Dr RK Sharma, Dr Girishnarayan, Dr Anuradha, Dr SK Agarwal, Dr P Sundarajan, Dr P Keshivya, Dr Ravi Raju, Dr Dilip Pahari, Dr LC Sharma, Dr Sanjeev Saxena, Dr Sanjay Gupta, Dr Abhijit Tarapdhar, Dr PP Verma, Dr Harun Rashid, Dr Sampath Kumar, Dr Sanjib Sharma, Dr S Padmanabhan.
Topics: CKD Symposium (From India, Nepal, Bangladesh), Newer concepts in the pathogenesis of hypertension, Fluid and Electrolyte & AKI, RAAS in treatment of Diabetic Nephropathy, Primary Prevention of CKD: Trials & tribulation in Indian condition, Vitamin–D andchronic kidney disease, Mycophenolate Vs Cyclyophosphamide in Lupus nephritis, Individual zinganemia therapy, How to monitor Immunosuppression minimization, Obesity Diabetes epidemic, Life Style changes & therapeutics, BKV and CMV Nephropathy, Leptospira and Acute Kidney Injury, HIV Nephropathy, Hypophosphatemia and Renal Disease, Immunosuppressant and risk of Malignancy, Pregnancy ARF, Expanding Dialysis services in Andhra Pradesh,Making kidney transplant easier for less privileged, Cardiovascular risk reduction in CKD

Organizing Secretary: Dr Sree Bhushan Raju, Associate Professor, Dept of Nephrology, NIMS, Hyderabad, Mob: 09848492951, sreebhushan@hotmail.comwww.ian2011.in
Note: "Prof SC Dash oration in Nephrology" from this year onwards. Three awards each in oral, poster and imaging in Nephrology sessions

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Medifinance Conference On Portfolio Management for Doctors and update on Budget 2011

Date: 13th March 2011
Time: 10 Am – 5 Pm
Speakers: Top of line from finance sector. The speakers to be chosen from the industry will be experts in each field to be covered in this conference

Separate sessions for portfolio management, insurance, mediclaim, banking sector, investments primary market, secondary market, taxation, loans for setting up hospitals, nursing homes, labs, etc. all under one roof.

No entry fee, the number of participants will be limited to 100 on first cum first serve basis. advance registration by mail to hcfi.1986@gmail.com /drkk@ijcp.com or by phone on 9899974439/9873716235 .

World Fellowships of Religions and Perfect Health Parade

First ever Conference which will talk about science behind all Religions, Dharmas and Pathies under one roof
Subject: Global Warming, Ethnic Crises, How to be Healthy
Date: Sunday 3rd April, 2011
Venue: Maulana Azad Medical College Auditorium, New Delhi
Time: 8 AM – 4 PM Parade through tableaus to be flagged off at 10 am from outside MAMC to move till 5 pm on different predefined routes in Delhi to create awareness about health matters.

Parade Route: Vikas Marg – Shahdara – Seemapuri – Guru Tegh Bhadur Hospital – Seelampur Pusta – Gandhinagar, to ISBT Kashmiri Gate – Civil Lines – Delhi University North Campus – Azadpur – Punjabi Bagh – Mayapuri – Raja Garden – Janakpuri – Tilak Nagar – Tihar Jail Road – Delhi Cantt. – R.K Puram – Munirka – IIT Gate – Panchsheel Park – Chirag Delhi Flyover – Nehru Place – Modi Mill Flyover – Ashram – Nizamuddin – Sunder Nagar – Pragati Maidan – ITO – finally culminate at Maulana Azad Medical College at 4pm.

Full day conference on ethnic crisis and global warming. Pre lunch session to be addressed by religious representatives who would talk on what each religion has to say. Post lunch to be addressed by doctors from all streams of medicinal practice (allopathy, ISM)
Register: rekhapapola@gmail.com

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