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Garbhothpadaka Bhava Part B

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Garbhothpadaka Bhava Part A

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Ayurveda Ithihasa

By Avula srinivas

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PANCHATHANDRAM - Part A

By Dr.Pritesh Shukla

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Panchathandram - Part B

By Dr.Pritesh Shukla

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Vibakthyarth

By Swati Shah

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Thandraguna - Part A

By Vidyadhish A Kashikar

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Thandraguna - Part B

By Vidyadhish A Kashikar

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Vaidkiya Subhashit Sahitya - Part - B

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

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Vaidkiya Subhashit Sahitya - part - A

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

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Need of Shift in Re-Validating Research And Methodology in Ayurveda

By Jayant Deopujari

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Introduction of Ayurvedic Itihas

By Vaidya Asit Panja

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Ayurvedic Classics – Unexplored Wisdom of Ancient India.

By MS Baghel

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Uniqueness of Ayurveda in Health Care.

By Tanuja Nesari

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Apara Nirman

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Mamsadhathu 2

By Priyanka BV

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Chronological Development of Ayurveda - part 1

By Nisha Parmar

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Srothas 2

By Sriharsha

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Time or Kaala - Part - B

By Dr. Ramesh Kumar

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Srishti Utpathi

By Sriharsha

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Anga Prathyanga

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Dik / Disha

By Dr. Ramesh Kumar

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Shatlinga prakaranam

By Dr Divya Jyothi

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Aathma

By Deepa KK

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Nighantu of Ayurveda

By Deepa KK

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Dhadhu Prakaranam

By Dr Shrikant Bhat

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Development of idea of Research in Ayurveda

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Charaka Samhita

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Karya Karana

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Beeja ,beejabhaga, beejabhagaavayava and garbha linga vinishchaya

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Kala Shareera

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Introduction to Manuscripts and Manuscriptology

By Vaidya Asit Panja

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Masanumasika Garbha vridhi

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Garbhadana

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Shariropakramaneeya Shaarira

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

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Samavaya and Abhava Padartha

By Dr.Vaibhav Dadu

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Introduction to Rasayanam - Part B

By Prakash Mangalasseri

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Introduction to Rasayanam - Part A

By Prakash Mangalasseri

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Study of Ayurveda- An Eye Opener

By Arathi PS

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Growing Attention Towards Ayurveda

By Anupam Srivastava

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Ayushguru – An Innovative Step Forward in Ayurvedic Education

By Padmashri Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha

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Ayushguru And Its Relevance

By Kartar Singh Dhiman

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Role of Research in Ayurvedic Education

By P Rammanohar

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Introduction to Vajeekaranam

By Prakash Mangalasseri

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Role Of Research in the Development of Ayurveda

By P Rammanohar

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Rakta Dhatu

By Dr. Swati Khandale

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Education in Ayurveda - Changing Attitudes

By Padmashri. Dr. PR Krishnakumar

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Tantrayukti - Part B

By Deepa KK

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Tantrayukti - Part A

By Deepa KK

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Shad Padarth

By Kishor G Satani

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Concept of Dravya

By Kishor G Satani

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Satkriyakala

By Nived Arjun

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Avyaya Prakaran

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

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Snana Vidhi Vijnjanam

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

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Manuscriptology

By Dr Divya Jyothi

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Sandhi Shaareera

By Dr.Nilesh Kasar

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Asthi Shareera

By Swati Bedekar

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Sandhi - Part A

By Jatin Purkha

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Sandhi - Part B

By Jatin Purkha

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Medadhatu

By Mahendra Prasad

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Introduction to Pramana

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Maulik Siddhaanta (Basic principles)

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Aptopadesh

By Sridesh Pandya

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Panchabhuta

By Dr. Santosh nair

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Srushti Krama

By Dipali Shukla

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Kapha Dosha - Part - A

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

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Sira Sharir - part A

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

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Sira Sharir - part B

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

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Darsana 2

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Dhamani Sharir - part A

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

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Dhamani Sharir - part B

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

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INTRODUCTION TO AAYU, AAYURVAEDA AND PADARTHA VIJNANAM

By Dr. Aparna Deshpande

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Garbhavyakaran Shareeram - A study on literary aspects

By Dr Divya Jyothi

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Karya-Kaarana Siddhanta

By Dr. Kashyap Chauhan

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PARIBHAASHA SHAREERA - Part A

By N G Mulimani

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Ojas - Class - 2 - Part - B

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

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PARIBHAASHA SHAREERA - Part B

By N G Mulimani

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PRAMANA SAREERA - part A

By N G Mulimani

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Ojas - Class - 2 - Part - A

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

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PRAMANA SAREERA - Part B

By N G Mulimani

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Ojas - Class - 1

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

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IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING SANSKRIT IN AYURVEDA

By Dr Shrikant Bhat

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Prakrithi - 2 - Part - B

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

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Surshrut Samhitha - Part B

By Bharat Chouragade

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Prakrithi - 2 - Part - A

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

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Sushrut Samhitha - Part A

By Bharat Chouragade

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Asthi Dhatu

By Aniket A Shilwant

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Prakrithi - 1 - Part - B

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

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Shukra Dhatu

By Aniket A Shilwant

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Pratyaksha Pramana- Part A

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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PRATYAKSHA PRAMANA- Part B

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Samas (Compount)

By Ajay P Lamba

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Marma Shaareera - Part A

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

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Marma Shaareera - Part B

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

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Marma Shaareera - Part C

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

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Globalisation of Ayurveda

By Meera Bhojani

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Prakrithi - 1 - Part - A

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

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INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES OF DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS - Part A

By Meera Bhojani

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INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES OF DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS -Part B

By Meera Bhojani

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Darsana - Part C

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Kapha Dosha - Part - B

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

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Concept of Dhatu

By Dr. Hemangini Waghulde

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Rasadhatu

By Dr. Hemangini Waghulde

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Upadhatu

By Dr. Hemangini Waghulde

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Vatadosha

By Sunita Devidas Shirsath

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Types Of Vatadosha

By Sunita Devidas Shirsath

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Thantra Sharir

By Kalpana Raje

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Anumana Or Inference

By Dr. Santosh nair

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Aahara

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

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Nidra & Swapna

By Dr. Swati Khandale

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Samanya Vishesha

By Dr. Pankaj Pathak

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Guna - 2 - Part - B

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

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Guna - 2 - Part - A

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

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Darshana - Part A (Indian Philosophy)

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Commentators of Ayurveda Classics

By Shubhangi Kamble

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Science of Life

By Sushant

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Guna - 1 - Part - A

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

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Pitta Dosha

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

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Pitta Bheda

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

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Concept of Agni

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

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Dhaatvaagni

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

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Scientific Writing and Publication In Ayurveda

By Rabinarayan Acharya

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Other Branches of Ayurveda - Part A

By Nisha Parmar

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Peshee Shareera

By Dr.Nilesh Kasar

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Other Branches of Ayurveda - Part B

By Nisha Parmar

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Sanjya Prakarana

By Dr.Pritesh Shukla

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Chronological Development of Ayurveda - part 2

By Nisha Parmar

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Mamsadhathu 1

By Priyanka BV

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Srothas 1

By Sriharsha

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Time or Kaala - Part A

By Dr. Ramesh Kumar

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Vividha Vaada

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Karma

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Koshtha-Aashaya Shareera

By Dr.Nilesh Kasar

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Concept of Majja Dhatu

By Dr. Nitesh gupta

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Guna - 1 - Part B

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

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Dosha in General

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

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Concept Of Aharapachan

By Dr. Nitesh gupta

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Garbhothpadaka Bhava Part B

Garbhothpadaka Bhava Part B

By Anup Bhosgikar

Sattva or Mana as a factor in embryogenesis: Sattva is definitely selfproduced or has relation with the body of previous life. The Sattva being constantly associated with Jiva e...

Garbhothpadaka Bhava Part A

Garbhothpadaka Bhava Part A

By Anup Bhosgikar

The causative factor of the fetus include Mother, father, ahara Rasa (through the rasa derived from maternal diet for supplying nourishment to the embryo), and Atma (encircling ...

Ayurveda Ithihasa

Ayurveda Ithihasa

By Avula srinivas

Details of  some well known texts of Ayurveda like Siddha Yoga Samgraha, Bhaishajya Ratnaavali, Yoga Ratnakara, Basavarajiyam, Gada Nigraha, Chikitsa Kalika, Chakradatta, S...

PANCHATHANDRAM - Part A

PANCHATHANDRAM - Part A

By Dr.Pritesh Shukla

Panchatantra is a nitisastra, a treatise on political science and human conduct, or niti. It was written around 200 BCE by Pandit Vishnu Sarma, a sage. However, based as it is o...

Panchathandram - Part B

Panchathandram - Part B

By Dr.Pritesh Shukla

Lobhavishta chakradhara katha says that, the man who has excess greed will suffer like last Brahmin in the ‘Chakradhara Katha’ moorkha brahmana katha says that, learned one ...

Vibakthyarth

Vibakthyarth

By Swati Shah

There are four types of words in Sanskrit, such as Naama, Aakhyaata, Upasarga,and Nipaata. When Vibhakti (cases) pratyaya (suffix) joins to the word (Naam), it is termed sup-pad...

Thandraguna - Part A

Thandraguna - Part A

By Vidyadhish A Kashikar

\"Tantra means any treatise or texts of ayurveda for us.Generally, in the field of ayurveda, 18 entities described by charaka under the heading of “shastra-pariksha”, are co...

Thandraguna - Part B

Thandraguna - Part B

By Vidyadhish A Kashikar

\"Tacchilyadi are the relations of words with their meanings or the methods to derive the exact meaning of the word. It denotes intension of tantrakara behind usage of words.17 ...

Vaidkiya Subhashit Sahitya - Part - B

Vaidkiya Subhashit Sahitya - Part -

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

Vaidyakiya subhashita sahitya lends easy reference for all students of Ayurveda. The author, Bhaskar Govinda Ghanekar, selected such quatations in his book, which emphasises on...

Vaidkiya Subhashit Sahitya - part - A

Vaidkiya Subhashit Sahitya - part -

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

Vaidyakiya subhashita sahitya is a book of compilation including quatable slokas related to health and treatment, right from vaidika sahitya to recent books, with reference and ...

Need of Shift in Re-Validating Research And Methodology in Ayurveda

Need of Shift in Re-Validating Rese

By Jayant Deopujari

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Introduction of Ayurvedic Itihas

Introduction of Ayurvedic Itihas

By Vaidya Asit Panja

The history and development of ayurveda since the origin, in chronological order is known as ayurveda itihasa.In addition to the details of authors and their publications the ...

Ayurvedic Classics – Unexplored Wisdom of Ancient India.

Ayurvedic Classics – Unexplored W

By MS Baghel

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Uniqueness of Ayurveda in Health Care.

Uniqueness of Ayurveda in Health Ca

By Tanuja Nesari

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Apara Nirman

Apara Nirman

By Anup Bhosgikar

When the orifices of minute artavaha srotas are occluded by growing fetal mass, menstruation stops, because of same cause. Unexpelled artava ascends up due to occlusion of downw...

Mamsadhathu 2

Mamsadhathu 2

By Priyanka BV

Vitiation of mamsa dhatu causes many diseases. It can be affecting Peshi also. It may be local or affecting the whole body depending up on the cause.Abnormalities related to gar...

Chronological Development of Ayurveda - part 1

Chronological Development of Ayurve

By Nisha Parmar

Glimpses of the concepts expounded in Ayurvedic Samhitas have been given. Whether their roots are found in earlier works and whether they have been revised and improved in subse...

Srothas 2

Srothas 2

By Sriharsha

There are two types of srotas. Antarmukha srotas and Bahirmukha srotas. Later includes all external orifices such as nasa, karna. Total number is nine. Antarmukha srotas are int...

Time or Kaala - Part - B

Time or Kaala - Part - B

By Dr. Ramesh Kumar

kaala is the measure of change or transformation. Everything that changes is a dravya, so kaala is also a dravyas. The word Kaala is derived from the root verb ‘Kal’, it m...

Srishti Utpathi

Srishti Utpathi

By Sriharsha

The process of creation is initiated by six factors, such as Svabhava, Eeshwara, Kaaala, Yadrucchaa, Niyati and Parinama. In the state of Avyakta, which is the equilibrium of Sa...

Anga Prathyanga

Anga Prathyanga

By Anup Bhosgikar

Development of every minute body parts in fetal life is discussed here. Acharya susruta, explained shukra of male and shonita of female when get united in the garbhashaya they a...

Dik / Disha

Dik / Disha

By Dr. Ramesh Kumar

Dik or disha indicates relative location of different things. Generally the direction is stated based on geographical planes of earth. Basic verb root dish, means to point out, ...

Shatlinga prakaranam

Shatlinga prakaranam

By Dr Divya Jyothi

This chapter deals with nama roopas in pullinga, stree linga and napumsaka linga. they are further grouped in to ajanta and halanta, based on the ending letter whether it is swa...

Aathma

Aathma

By Deepa KK

The word Aatma indicates, that factor which gives life, omnipresent real existance. Most of the concepts of ayurveda are developed based on the knowledge of aatma. This includes...

Nighantu of Ayurveda

Nighantu of Ayurveda

By Deepa KK

Earlier, transmission of knowledge was through gurukulas, in India.  Later documentation started, and disciples started depending on such classics for study. For clarificat...

Dhadhu Prakaranam

Dhadhu Prakaranam

By Dr Shrikant Bhat

Kriyapada (verb) denotes any action (work). The root of Kriyapada is known as Dhatu. The suffix joining to Dhatu is called as Akhyata. There are two types of Dhatu-Siddha and Sa...

Development of idea of Research in Ayurveda

Development of idea of Research in

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

The fundamentals of Research in the form of  pariksha (examination) and parikshya bhaava (points of examination) .The Pramaana are the tools of valid knowledge and the...

Charaka Samhita

Charaka Samhita

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

•charaka samhita contains 8 Sthana (Sections) with 120 Adhyaya (Chapters) • Sutra – I.General description of all the principles of Ayurveda II. Total of ...

Karya Karana

Karya Karana

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

There can be multiple causes for any effect. To know thoroughly about them we should understand their importance in the production of karya. Based on the role in producing kar...

Beeja ,beejabhaga, beejabhagaavayava and garbha linga vinishchaya

Beeja ,beejabhaga, beejabhagaavayav

By Anup Bhosgikar

 Beeja  means both the gametes such as pumbeeja is the  shukra and streebeeja is the shonita. The beejabhaga is the component lying inside the beeja that produc...

Kala Shareera

Kala Shareera

By Anup Bhosgikar

Sushruta mentioned Kala in Sharirastana, in “Garbhavyakaranam sahreeraadhyaya” as Kalas are internal linings between Dhatu and Ashaya and these are seven. These are develope...

Introduction to Manuscripts and Manuscriptology

Introduction to Manuscripts and Man

By Vaidya Asit Panja

\A country’s pride resides in its culture and heritage. It is evident from the richness of archeology, monuments, arts & crafts including manuscripts.It is estimated that ...

Masanumasika Garbha vridhi

Masanumasika Garbha vridhi

By Anup Bhosgikar

In Ayurveda month wise development of fetus has been discussed under heading of “Maasanumasikagarbhavriddhi” with the intention of explaining, minute and gross structural an...

Beeja, beejabhaga, beejabhagaavayava and garbha linga vinishchaya - Part B

Beeja, beejabhaga, beejabhagaavayav

By Anup Bhosgikar

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Garbhadana

Garbhadana

By Anup Bhosgikar

The term Garbha indicates begining of life in mother\'s womb, as a result of garbhadhana karma or fertilization of sukra and artava. There are many factors involved in this proc...

Shariropakramaneeya Shaarira

Shariropakramaneeya Shaarira

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

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Samavaya and Abhava Padartha

Samavaya and Abhava Padartha

By Dr.Vaibhav Dadu

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Introduction to Rasayanam - Part B

Introduction to Rasayanam - Part B

By Prakash Mangalasseri

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Introduction to Rasayanam - Part A

Introduction to Rasayanam - Part A

By Prakash Mangalasseri

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Study of Ayurveda- An Eye Opener

Study of Ayurveda- An Eye Opener

By Arathi PS

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Yukti And Upamana Pramana, The Examination Tools Of Logic And Analogy

Yukti And Upamana Pramana, The Exam

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

When there are multiple contradicting observations, only a scholarly person can evaluate them and reach a proper finding. Such a method of obtaining knowledge is termed yukti. I...

Growing  Attention Towards Ayurveda

Growing Attention Towards Ayurveda

By Anupam Srivastava

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Ayushguru – An Innovative Step Forward in Ayurvedic Education

Ayushguru – An Innovative Step Fo

By Padmashri Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha

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Ayushguru  And Its Relevance

Ayushguru And Its Relevance

By Kartar Singh Dhiman

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Role of Research in Ayurvedic Education

Role of Research in Ayurvedic Educa

By P Rammanohar

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Introduction to Vajeekaranam

Introduction to Vajeekaranam

By Prakash Mangalasseri

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Role Of Research in the Development of Ayurveda

Role Of Research in the Development

By P Rammanohar

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Rakta Dhatu

Rakta Dhatu

By Dr. Swati Khandale

Rakta is the second dhatu which gives colour. It is formed from essence of rasa dhatu, by the action of raktagni, at yakrut and pleeha.It is predominantly of agni and jala mahab...

World Yoga Day, World Ayurveda Foundation, Traditional Knowledge Digital Library (TKDL)

World Yoga Day, World Ayurveda Foun

By A S Baghel

\"Yoga is physical, mental and spiritual practice that originated in India. The word ‘yoga’ derives from Sanskrit language and it means – to join or to unite, symbolizing ...

Education in Ayurveda - Changing Attitudes

Education in Ayurveda - Changing At

By Padmashri. Dr. PR Krishnakumar

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Tantrayukti - Part B

Tantrayukti - Part B

By Deepa KK

In ayurvedic classics, tantra yukti is explained as an annexure, we get the enumeration in main text, but details can be availed only from commentaries.In charaka samhita- 36 ar...

Tantrayukti - Part A

Tantrayukti - Part A

By Deepa KK

\"That which helps in protecting our body is our sastra, proper understanding and cognitive techniques to connect them properly for practical utility is tantra yukti. This inclu...

Shad Padarth

Shad Padarth

By Kishor G Satani

Shat padarthas deals with six facets of material existance, by which they are percieved and utilised. This includes Dravya, guna, karma, samanya visesha and samavaya.

Concept of Dravya

Concept of Dravya

By Kishor G Satani

Dravya Shabda is derived from dru Dhaatu and „Yat‟ Pratyaya is added to it. There are three meanings for Gati (1) Gnaana (2) Gamana (3) Praapti. Through which the Parinaama ...

Satkriyakala

Satkriyakala

By Nived Arjun

‘Kriya’-  Any action or treatment done to make dosha samyatha.•‘Kala’- Time period of each stage ( avastha) during the progression of a disease. Acharya vagbhata ...

Avyaya Prakaran

Avyaya Prakaran

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

Avyayas are such words in sanskrit, which never changes its form even when associated with words of different ling, kaala, vachana, vibhakti roopa etc .  they are used to c...

Snana Vidhi Vijnjanam

Snana Vidhi Vijnjanam

By Dr.Bhagyalakshmi Pandya

Vaidyakeeya subhashita sahityam details about importance of snana through this section. Impact of snana on the body and mind, do\'s and don\'ts, Indications and contra indicatio...

Manuscriptology

Manuscriptology

By Dr Divya Jyothi

Manuscripts are hand written document with Scientific, historical, literary or aesthetic value, which is atleast 75 years old. Study of manuscripts comes under exploratory resea...

Sandhi Shaareera

Sandhi Shaareera

By Dr.Nilesh Kasar

The word Sandhi means, where any similar type of two structure meet with each other, like Asthisandhi, Siraasandhi, Pesheesandhi, Snaayusandhi etc. In relation to this chapter S...

Asthi Shareera

Asthi Shareera

By Swati Bedekar

\"The most hard substance of the body which remains even after burning is called asthi. According to Ayurveda the osseous tissue are Parthiva (or predominated by Prithvi Mahabhu...

Sandhi - Part A

Sandhi - Part A

By Jatin Purkha

Conjunction of two letters coming after one other in certain conditions is called Sandhi. It is used in samhita pada (where two words join), upasarga (root and preposition) and ...

Sandhi - Part B

Sandhi - Part B

By Jatin Purkha

In Hal sandhi, atleast one vyanjana letter is involved in sandhi. it can be the last letter of purva pada(first word) or first letter of uttarapada( second word). In visarga san...

Medadhatu

Medadhatu

By Mahendra Prasad

The word meda means the sense of oleation. It is forth dhatu of the body, derived from pruthvi and jala mahabhoota. Medovaha Srotas are the channels through which the Poshaka or...

Introduction to Pramana

Introduction to Pramana

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

Pramanas are toolsof gaining knowledge. the best and most reliable pramana is pratyaksha or direct perception, but it has many limitations. so Ayurveda accepts three more praman...

Maulik Siddhaanta (Basic principles)

Maulik Siddhaanta (Basic principles

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

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Aptopadesh

Aptopadesh

By Sridesh Pandya

Words from a aapta purusha is termed as aptopadesha. aapta is such a person, who is always dedicated to the wellness of whole world, without any selfish motive. he should also&n...

Panchabhuta

Panchabhuta

By Dr. Santosh nair

Pancha maha bhootas are five basic elements of material existance. We  percieve the world through five senses, in five ways and find five elements, combinations of which fo...

Srushti Krama

Srushti Krama

By Dipali Shukla

The story of creation remains in dark. Still the Ayurvedic acharyas have tried to explain the process of creation. In the world, We can percieve  pancamahabhoota, and 11 in...

Kapha Dosha - Part - A

Kapha Dosha - Part - A

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

Kapha consists Jala i.e. water as a major part. Similarly Kapha has the main function of binding together the smallest unit of body i.e. shleshana. Dalhana describes this proper...

Sira Sharir - part A

Sira Sharir - part A

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

\"Sira is that structure where the substance moves or carries from one place to another place, it is a tubular hallow structure.There are total 700 siras in the body including s...

Sira Sharir - part B

Sira Sharir - part B

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

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Darsana 2

Darsana 2

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

Darshanas are different view points about the journey of life. depending on the acceptance of punarjanma siddhanta and veda, they are divided in to astika and nastika. Nastika d...

Dhamani Sharir - part A

Dhamani Sharir - part A

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

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Dhamani Sharir - part B

Dhamani Sharir - part B

By Channamallikarjun A Davergaon

\"Dhamani is that structure in which flow takes place with pulsation. Nabhi is considered as mulasthana of dhamani and sira. Total 24 dhamanis are mentioned by Sushruta. Where a...

INTRODUCTION TO AAYU, AAYURVAEDA AND PADARTHA VIJNANAM

INTRODUCTION TO AAYU, AAYURVAEDA AN

By Dr. Aparna Deshpande

\"Ayur Veda means Veda of Ayuṣhya or science of life. Charaka says that, says that ayu  is conjunction of body, sense organs, sattva, [psych] atman [soul]  that is t...

Garbhavyakaran Shareeram - A study on literary aspects

Garbhavyakaran Shareeram - A study

By Dr Divya Jyothi

This chapter deals with application of sanskrit knowledge in Ayurvedic classics, and extracting true informations out of it. this chapter in shareera sthana is selected just to ...

Karya-Kaarana Siddhanta

Karya-Kaarana Siddhanta

By Dr. Kashyap Chauhan

Karya karana siddhanta is a Universal law/principle/theory, which connects everything in the universe with cause and effect relationship. Every effect has its own specific cause...

PARIBHAASHA  SHAREERA - Part A

PARIBHAASHA SHAREERA - Part A

By N G Mulimani

Paribhasha shaareera deals with defenition and explanation of some technical terms in shaareera such as Kurcha,Kandara , Jaala, Asthisanghat, Seemanta, Seevani, Rajju, Snaayu, a...

Ojas - Class - 2 - Part - B

Ojas - Class - 2 - Part - B

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

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PARIBHAASHA  SHAREERA - Part B

PARIBHAASHA SHAREERA - Part B

By N G Mulimani

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PRAMANA SAREERA - part A

PRAMANA SAREERA - part A

By N G Mulimani

Pramana shareera depicts the importance of measurements of the body or anthropometry. A body having proper measurements of organs is endowed with longevity, strength, ojas, happ...

Ojas - Class - 2 - Part - A

Ojas - Class - 2 - Part - A

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

Qualitatively and quantitatively speaking of two kinds of ojas, parā ojas is the factor which sustains life while aparā ojas is claimed to be responsible for the immune stren...

PRAMANA SAREERA - Part B

PRAMANA SAREERA - Part B

By N G Mulimani

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Ojas - Class - 1

Ojas - Class - 1

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

Oja is Sanskrit word, stands for ‘vigour’ and it is the ultimate potent part from all dhatus and determinant of our immune status. Oja is the determinant factor of immunity,...

IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING SANSKRIT IN AYURVEDA

IMPORTANCE OF KNOWING SANSKRIT IN A

By Dr Shrikant Bhat

Ayurveda is one of the ancient science of world, so Sanskrit is the most ancient language of world. All most all the texts of Ayurveda written by ancient philosophers and rishis...

Prakrithi - 2 - Part - B

Prakrithi - 2 - Part - B

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

Assessment of prakruti, is a type of clinical examination which you have to do it by darshana, sparshana and prashnana pareekshaa. Examine some basic parameters, but this may va...

Surshrut Samhitha - Part B

Surshrut Samhitha - Part B

By Bharat Chouragade

Sushruta samhita also explains few exemplary topics such as srushti utpatti (origin os creation), shatkriya kaala (six stages of diseasses when treatment should be done), Yantra...

Prakrithi - 2 - Part - A

Prakrithi - 2 - Part - A

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

In deha prakruti, eka doshaja prakruti formed exclusively by the predominance of single dosha, is rare. dvidoshaja prakruti by predominance of two doshas are most commonly seen....

Sushrut Samhitha - Part A

Sushrut Samhitha - Part A

By Bharat Chouragade

\" Samhita means Samyak + hita -universally beneficial discourse or treatise. They Contain Science, Philosophy, Morality, Ethicality and Spirituality. Thus these can be consider...

Asthi Dhatu

Asthi Dhatu

By Aniket A Shilwant

Asthi is hardest of all dhatu. It is the last dhatu in decomposition. it is composed of pruthvi, vayu and agni mahabhoota. Dharan– Support, Posture, Gait, Samrakshan  –...

Prakrithi - 1 - Part - B

Prakrithi - 1 - Part - B

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

Prakruti is mainly divided in 4 types-Doshaja / deha prakruti = 07, Maanasa prakruti = 16 (saatvika – 07; raajasika – 06 & taamasika – 03),Bhautika / pancabhautika pra...

Shukra Dhatu

Shukra Dhatu

By Aniket A Shilwant

Sukra is the seventh dhatu of the body, formed from essence of all other dhatus. eventhough it is present through out the body, it is expressed out during sexual act. During ver...

Pratyaksha Pramana- Part A

Pratyaksha Pramana- Part A

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

The  word pratyaksha indicates, that which is observed directly throgh eyes. Here, eyes are representing all sense organs. This is most reliable among all pramanas, and all...

PRATYAKSHA PRAMANA- Part B

PRATYAKSHA PRAMANA- Part B

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

Direct perception is most reliable source of knowledge. But, we need to depend on other pramanas for knowledge, because of it\'s limitations. there are eight limitations for pra...

Samas (Compount)

Samas (Compount)

By Ajay P Lamba

Samaasa is compound word formed by two or more words. Sandhi is also for joining two words, but difference is that, in sandhi, the last letter of first word and first letter of ...

Marma Shaareera - Part A

Marma Shaareera - Part A

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

Marmas are the vital Points/fatal spot in the body. Three varities of Marma are in Practiced now.Abhyasa Marma are Kalari Marma, Agastya Marma are Siddha Marma, Ayurveda Marma.M...

Marma Shaareera - Part B

Marma Shaareera - Part B

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

Based on structure marmas are classified in to mamsa, Sirā, Snāyu, Asthi, Sandhi and Dhamani. Based on prognosis, and effect on injury, marmas are sadyo pranahara, kalantara p...

Marma Shaareera - Part C

Marma Shaareera - Part C

By Syamlal Sivaramakrishnapillai

Sadhyapranahara Marma are  19, Kalantara pranahara Marma 33, Vaikalyakara Marma 44, Vishalyaghna Marma 03, and Rujakara Marma 08

Globalisation of Ayurveda

Globalisation of Ayurveda

By Meera Bhojani

\"Ayurveda has attracted the attention of global population specially the developed countries since ages. Foreign travelers were coming to India since centuries in search of kno...

Prakrithi - 1 - Part - A

Prakrithi - 1 - Part - A

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

Prakruti which is the basic constitution of an individual is today reflected under the name of human genomics.The thought of inheritance of physical structures, physiological ac...

INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES OF DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS - Part A

INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES OF DIFFER

By Meera Bhojani

Department of ISM&H was formed to develop Indian Systems of Medicine. Four Research Councils in ISM&H are Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha (CCRAS), Ce...

INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES OF DIFFERENT ORGANIZATIONS -Part B

INTRODUCTION & ACTIVITIES OF DIFFER

By Meera Bhojani

All India Institute of Ayurveda: AIIA, was conceived as an Apex Institute for Ayurveda. It aims at bringing a synergy between Traditional Wisdom of Ayurveda and Modern tools and...

Darsana - Part C

Darsana - Part C

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

Ayurveda eventhough presents a independant way of living, is related with different darshanas. it is rooted in sankhya and yoga darshana, deeply influenced by some concepts of n...

Kapha Dosha - Part - B

Kapha Dosha - Part - B

By Dr. Pranitha Joshi Deshmukh

In order to perform all physiological functions Vaata, Pitta and Kapha pervade the whole body.Kapha Dosha is a bio element from Tridosha which maintains, support, preserve ...

Concept of Dhatu

Concept of Dhatu

By Dr. Hemangini Waghulde

Dosha, dhaatu & mala are root factors of living body.Dhaatu - stabilizing pillars of the body. That which supports and nourishes the body is called dhaatu. Dhaatu are genera...

Rasadhatu

Rasadhatu

By Dr. Hemangini Waghulde

Dhaatu which is being continuously circulated in body is called rasa dhaatu. Jala mahaabhoota is predominantly present in rasa dhaatu. its centre is hrudaya. it is formed from a...

Upadhatu

Upadhatu

By Dr. Hemangini Waghulde

Upadhatu are by-products of dhatuposhana krama or metabolic cycle, with specific beneficiary actions in the body. Main upadhatus are stanya, artava, kandara, sira, tvak, snayu etc.

Vatadosha

Vatadosha

By Sunita Devidas Shirsath

Vata dosha is first among tridosha formed out of vayu and akasha mahabhootas. it is the one which controls and moves other two doshas. the term vata is derived from dhatu \"va\"...

Types Of Vatadosha

Types Of Vatadosha

By Sunita Devidas Shirsath

Based on the direction of movement and seat, vaata is considered as five. The type of vata moving forward, and centered at moordha is Praana. Udana is the one which is situated ...

Thantra Sharir

Thantra Sharir

By Kalpana Raje

Tantra has two sanskrit meanings. Tanoti means expands & Trayoti means liberates. It is the system by which you liberate the purusha and prakriti. This has two major entitie...

Anumana Or Inference

Anumana Or Inference

By Dr. Santosh nair

anumana is method of gaining inferencial knowledge, based on keen observation and logical thinking. It is the ancient research methodology explained through this topic. To ch...

Aahara

Aahara

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

Consuming food is an inborn instinct. Food is important for the adequate supply of nutrient, water, trace elements and vitamins required for growth and replenishing the needs of...

Nidra & Swapna

Nidra & Swapna

By Dr. Swati Khandale

Ayurveda recognizes Nidra (Sleep) as fundamental need of human being to maintain physical as well as mental health. Due to which body gets relaxed is called Nidra. When mind get...

Samanya Vishesha

Samanya Vishesha

By Dr. Pankaj Pathak

By increasing the decreased substance or decreasing the in substance in order to bring the substance in balance state in the body is the basic aim of Ayurvedic treatment. Samany...

Guna - 2 - Part - B

Guna - 2 - Part - B

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

Paradi gunas are ten qualities that can not be grouped under any other classifications of guna. They are highly useful in treatment. Paratva, aparatva, yukti, sankhya, samyoga, ...

Guna - 2 - Part - A

Guna - 2 - Part - A

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

Advising a particular diet or drug to a patient is based on the qualities of that drug. These drugs possess different qualities. 20 attributes/ qualities are always taken into c...

Darshana - Part A (Indian Philosophy)

Darshana - Part A (Indian Philosoph

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

The wor darshana indicates different view points or attitudes about life and its goal. It is a part of ancient schools of knowledge in India. When the study of Veda became ritua...

Commentators of Ayurveda Classics

Commentators of Ayurveda Classics

By Shubhangi Kamble

Bhattara Harishchandra, Jejjata, Chakrapani Datta, Gayadasa, Dalhana, Vijayarakshita, Nischalkara, Arunadatta, Hemadri, Kaviraj Gangadhara Roy, Yogindranath sen, Kaviraj Haranac...

Science of Life

Science of Life

By Sushant

Ayurved is a science of life that is, first and foremost, about creating harmony with one\'s environment. Ayurved teaches us that when we live in harmony we shall be healthy, an...

Guna - 1 - Part - A

Guna - 1 - Part - A

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

Each and every substance is endowed with certain properties. Separate existence of properties is not possible. Various Dravya s are used for preventive, promotive and curative p...

Pitta Dosha

Pitta Dosha

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

Pitta is one among tridoshas,Which generates warmth / heat in the body.Pitta is predominantly tejas and jala mahabhoota.It converts nutrients in Dosha - Dhaatu- Mala and  t...

Pitta Bheda

Pitta Bheda

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

Pitta is divided in to five based on the seat and type of action. They are Pachaka, Bhrajaka, Ranjaka, Alochaka, and Sadhaka.

Concept of Agni

Concept of Agni

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

The term Agni means which moves forward. In the context of living organism it is the one which maintains  integrity and performs vital activities by converting anna and dha...

Dhaatvaagni

Dhaatvaagni

By Kalpana Dilip Sathe

\"Dhatvagni is a term representing the power of conversion at dhatu level. the poorva dhatu is converted to uttaradhatu after paaka by dhatvagni, and mala is expelled. They are ...

Scientific Writing and Publication In Ayurveda

Scientific Writing and Publication

By Rabinarayan Acharya

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Other Branches of Ayurveda - Part A

Other Branches of Ayurveda - Part A

By Nisha Parmar

Pashu Ayurveda, Vriksha Ayurveda, Gava Ayurveda etc. are the unexplored branches of Ayurveda.Brahma had recalled the knowledge of Ayurveda for the wellbeing of all the creatures...

Peshee Shareera

Peshee Shareera

By Dr.Nilesh Kasar

The clearly demarcated portion of Mamsadhatu is known as Peshee, it is the collection of thin fibres of Mamsadhatu separated with each other by Mamsadhara Kala and work as an in...

Other Branches of Ayurveda - Part B

Other Branches of Ayurveda - Part B

By Nisha Parmar

In Atharvaveda, cow has been described as the mine of properties, thus revealing the importance of cow in that era (2000 B.C.). In Mahabharata, it can be seen that Sahadeva was ...

Sanjya Prakarana

Sanjya Prakarana

By Dr.Pritesh Shukla

Laghu siddhanta koumudi of Varada raja bhatta starts with sajna prakarana. It deals with basic rules of samskrutam vyakaran. It is based on this chapter that all sutras are fram...

Chronological Development of Ayurveda - part 2

Chronological Development of Ayurve

By Nisha Parmar

Nagarjuna belonged to 3rd century CE. It was the timeline of Gupta Dynasty (319 – 550 AD) in India and believed the ‘Golden Age’ of Indian History by Some historians. Due ...

Mamsadhathu 1

Mamsadhathu 1

By Priyanka BV

Mamsa dhatu is third among sapta dhatu, and it Provides Bulkiness, Covers all organ in Presentations like Peshi, Snayu etc. main functions are – akuncana (contraction), Prasar...

Srothas 1

Srothas 1

By Sriharsha

Srotas refers to a current, stream, torrent, channel, or course. That which allows something to flow through it is called srotas/channels.In our body no dravya can be formed wit...

Time or Kaala - Part A

Time or Kaala - Part A

By Dr. Ramesh Kumar

kaala is one among nine kaarana dravyas, as it represents change. In health care, kaala plays most important role. Development of body, metabolism, agni, dhatuvruddhi, bala e...

Vividha Vaada

Vividha Vaada

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

Everything in the universe is connected to each other by cause and effect relationship. For every effect there are specific causes. It can be observed that, the main cause is ...

Karma

Karma

By Dr Vaibhav Dadu

Karma is one among six padarthas. It is the ability to execute action. It includes the desire to do action, the effort, and practical way of execution. Every karma is independ...

Koshtha-Aashaya Shareera

Koshtha-Aashaya Shareera

By Dr.Nilesh Kasar

Koshta is otherwise known as mahasrota. The word koshta and ashaya refers to space inside the body containing different organs. Koshtangas are those contents or organs of kosh...

Concept of Majja Dhatu

Concept of Majja Dhatu

By Dr. Nitesh gupta

Dosha dhatu and mala are the three basic principles of life. Dhatu nourished the body, supply nutrients to the other vital tissues, supports the body and keeps the body health...

Guna - 1 - Part B

Guna - 1 - Part B

By Dr. Ritesh Gujarathi

Guna resides in Dravya. It has variety of characteristics, so can not be assessed by a single parameter. Concept of Guna is accepted by Ayurveda from Darshana but with slight...

Dosha in General

Dosha in General

By Dr. Sarita Bhutada

The term kriyaa means karma / activity / function / movement / action.The study of different natural functions or activity of the body is called as kriyaa shaareera.According to...

Concept Of Aharapachan

Concept Of Aharapachan

By Dr. Nitesh gupta

Food is essential for life therefore food is called Pranam means vital for life.Such food is then digested for the sake of increasing span of life and divided in to Rasa &...

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     *
     * @param  string  $data
     * @return string
     */
    protected function prepareForUnserialize($data)
    {
        return $data;
    }
 
    /**
     * Save the session data to storage.
     *
     * @return bool
     */
    public function save()
    {
        $this->ageFlashData();
 
        $this->handler->write($this->getId(), $this->prepareForStorage(
            serialize($this->attributes)
        ));
 
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    }
 
    /**
     * Prepare the serialized session data for storage.
     *
     * @param  string  $data
     * @return string
     */
    protected function prepareForStorage($data)
    {
        return $data;
    }
 
    /**
     * Age the flash data for the session.
     *
     * @return void
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StartSession.php
        if ($this->sessionConfigured()) {
            $this->storeCurrentUrl($request, $session);
 
            $this->addCookieToResponse($response, $session);
        }
 
        return $response;
    }
 
    /**
     * Perform any final actions for the request lifecycle.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Symfony\Component\HttpFoundation\Response  $response
     * @return void
     */
    public function terminate($request, $response)
    {
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    /**
     * Start the session for the given request.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @return \Illuminate\Contracts\Session\Session
     */
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    {
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        });
    }
 
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     * Get the session implementation from the manager.
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Kernel.php
     * @return void
     */
    protected function terminateMiddleware($request, $response)
    {
        $middlewares = $this->app->shouldSkipMiddleware() ? [] : array_merge(
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                $instance->terminate($request, $response);
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        }
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    /**
     * Gather the route middleware for the given request.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @return array
     */
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    {
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      #convertedFiles: []
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      #routeResolver: Closure() {#558 …5}
      +attributes: ParameterBag {#44}
      +request: ParameterBag {#50}
      +query: ParameterBag {#50}
      +server: ServerBag {#46}
      +files: FileBag {#47}
      +cookies: ParameterBag {#45}
      +headers: HeaderBag {#48}
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      #languages: null
      #charsets: null
      #encodings: null
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        2 => "application/xml"
        3 => "*/*"
      ]
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      #baseUrl: ""
      #basePath: null
      #method: "GET"
      #format: null
      #session: Store {#736}
      #locale: null
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      -isHostValid: true
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      basePath: ""
      format: "html"
    }
    
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Kernel.php
     */
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        };
    }
 
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     * Call the terminate method on any terminable middleware.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Response  $response
     * @return void
     */
    public function terminate($request, $response)
    {
        $this->terminateMiddleware($request, $response);
 
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    }
 
    /**
     * Call the terminate method on any terminable middleware.
     *
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Request  $request
     * @param  \Illuminate\Http\Response  $response
     * @return void
     */
    protected function terminateMiddleware($request, $response)
    {
        $middlewares = $this->app->shouldSkipMiddleware() ? [] : array_merge(
            $this->gatherRouteMiddleware($request),
            $this->middleware
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        foreach ($middlewares as $middleware) {
            if (! is_string($middleware)) {
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      #json: null
      #convertedFiles: []
      #userResolver: Closure($guard = null) {#556 …6}
      #routeResolver: Closure() {#558 …5}
      +attributes: ParameterBag {#44}
      +request: ParameterBag {#50}
      +query: ParameterBag {#50}
      +server: ServerBag {#46}
      +files: FileBag {#47}
      +cookies: ParameterBag {#45}
      +headers: HeaderBag {#48}
      #content: null
      #languages: null
      #charsets: null
      #encodings: null
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        2 => "application/xml"
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      #baseUrl: ""
      #basePath: null
      #method: "GET"
      #format: null
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      #locale: null
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index.php
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Run The Application
|--------------------------------------------------------------------------
|
| Once we have the application, we can handle the incoming request
| through the kernel, and send the associated response back to
| the client's browser allowing them to enjoy the creative
| and wonderful application we have prepared for them.
|
*/
 
$kernel = $app->make(Illuminate\Contracts\Http\Kernel::class);
 
$response = $kernel->handle(
    $request = Illuminate\Http\Request::capture()
);
 
$response->send();
 
$kernel->terminate($request, $response);
 
Arguments
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      #routeResolver: Closure() {#558 …5}
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      +request: ParameterBag {#50}
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""
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CACHE_DRIVER
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SESSION_DRIVER
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QUEUE_DRIVER
"sync"
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