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चरक संहिता is one of the three fundamental Ayurvedic classics (बृहत्त्रयी) of Indian medical science. It is divided into eight parts and consists of 120 chapters.The content of the book was first taught by Punarvasu, and then subsequently composed by Agnivesha (तंत्रकर्ता) and revised by Charaka (प्रतिसंस्कर्ता). Dridhabala (संपूर्णकर्ता) re-wrote 41 chapters of Charaka Samhita. This samhita is considered as the major literature of Medicine in Ayurveda.
सुश्रुत संहिता is one of the three fundamental Ayurvedic classics (बृहत्त्रयी) of Indian medical science. There are 186 chapters which mention 1120 diseases and eight types of surgery. The content of the book was first taught by Kashiraj Divodas Dhanvantari, and then subsequently composed by Sushruta (तंत्रकर्ता) and revised by Nagarjuna (प्रतिसंस्कर्ता). This samhita is considered as the major literature of Surgery in Ayurveda.
काश्यप संहिता also known as Vriddha Jivakiya Tantra, is presented in the form of compilations of teachings of Acharya Kashyap by his disciple Vriddha Jivaka (कर्ता). With the lapse of time, the book was lost in oblivion and then resurrected by Vatsya (प्रतिसंस्कर्ता). Divisions into parts is like Charaka, special - 9th is Khilasthan extra which has 80 chapters. Out of these, the first 26 chapters are available. This samhita is considered for Pediatrics in Ayurveda.
द्रव्यगुण or Ayurvedic Pharmacology is a science dealing with propertries and actions of drugs. The basic concepts of a substance are : rasa (taste), guṇa (properties), virya (potency), vipaka (rasa after digestion and metabolism) and prabhava (specific pharmacological effect). The content in this course has been taken from Bhawaprakash Samhita and Textbookof Dravyaguna Vijnana by Acharya Priyawat Sharma.
Rigveda, Samaveda, Yajurveda and Atharvaveda - Among these four Vedas, Atharvaveda is considered the soul of Ayurveda. A description of various topics related to Ayurveda is available in the Atharvaveda, the main among which are - 'Vaidya's virtues, deeds or medicine, pharmaceuticals, longevity, Vajikaran, various pathogens, palliative medicine, etc. Ayurveda is known as 'Bheshaj' or 'Bhishgveda' in the Arthaveda.
दर्शन is a science where questions like Purpose of life, Evolution, Relationship between individual, Prakriti, Soul and Supreme power were discussed and answered. Darshan accepts four main aims of life: Dharma, Artha, Kama, Moksha. Astika darshana are 6 in numbers, of which Vaisheshik darshana tells us about 6 Padarthas: Dravya, Guna, Karma, Samanya, Vishesh, Samwaya. Anything having an existence, a name and knowability is Padarth.
रसशास्त्र literally means the “Science of Mercury”. It deals mainly with materials which are known as ‘Rasa dravyaas’. Various metals, minerals and oter substances including mercury, are purified and combined with herbs in an attempt to treat illnesses. The evolvement of Rasashaastra as a specialized branch is traced to the great Buddhist Sage Naagaarjuna, who is considered as ‘Father of Rasashaastra’.
स्वस्थवृत्त means the basics of healthy living. Maintenance of a healthy life by one’s own ethical code of conduct is called Swastha Vritta, which literally means the regime of abiding by one’s own nature. It raises the standard of life, so as to enable man to fulfill his personal and social obligations perfectly. This theory is dealt in detail in the second chatushka of Charaka Samhita 1 where description of Swasvritta has been given.
शार्ङ्गधर संहिता, written by Acharya Sharangdhara, is one of the three लघुत्रयी Ayurvedic classics of Indian medical science. The other two are Madhava nidana and Bhawaprakasha. शार्ङ्गधर संहिता is divided into three sections and consisits of 32 chapters and 2600 verses. This samhita is considered as an important literature of भैषज्यकल्पना in Ayurveda. Other specialties are: Nadi Pariksha, Definitions of Deepana, Pachana, etc.
अगदतंत्र व्यवहार आयुर्वेद एवम् विधिवैद्यक or Forensic Medicine & Medical Jurisprudence. Agada Tantra is one of the eight branches into which Ayurveda is divided. It is defined as a section of toxicology that deals with food poisoning, snakebites, dog bites, insect bites, etc. Medical jurisprudence is the application of medical science to legal problems. It is typically involved in cases concerning blood relationship, mental illness, injury, or death resulting from violence.
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