Hemanta & Shishircharya – Ritucharya

HEMANT CHARYA Hemanta Ritu is considered as Mid- November to Mid- January. Features of ritu वायुर्वात्युत्तरः शीतो रजोधूमाकुला दिशः |छन्नस्तुषारैः सविता हिमानद्धा जलाशयाः ||२२||दर्पिता ध्वाङ्क्षखङ्गाह्वमहिषोरभ्रकुञ्जराः |रोध्रप्रियङ्गुपुन्नागाः पुष्पिता हिमसाह्वये ||२३||(Su.Sa.Su.6/22) The shita vayu moves in the direction of uttardisha with Rajo and dhuma present all around in Hemanta ritu.The sun is covered with mistJalasaya are covered with HimaBirds and animalsCrow, rhino serous, buffalos, horse, and monkeyFlowersLodhra, priyangu, Nagakesara General … Continue reading Hemanta & Shishircharya – Ritucharya

KALA ~TIME

कालो हि नाम (भगवान्)  स्वयम्भुरनादिमध्यनिधनः |अत्र रसव्यापत्सम्पत्ती जीवितमरणे च मनुष्याणामायत्ते |स सूक्ष्मामपि कलां न लीयत इति कालः, सङ्कलयति कालयति वा भूतानीति कालः ||(Su.Su.6/3) Kala is the name of the divinity, which is self-born has no beginning middle, end. Abnormalities and excellences of tastes and life and death of human being are dependent on it. It is called “Kala” since it does not spare even minute things since it makes all things into one group and since it … Continue reading KALA ~TIME

CHARAK SAMHITA – परिचय

Charak Samhita is one of the Akara Grantha among Brihat Trayee Updeshta (Expounder) - Punarvashu Atreya (1000 Yr BC)Tantrakarta (Author) - Agnivesha (1000 Yr BC)Pratisanskarta (Redactor) - Charak (200 Yr BC)Sampurak karta (Supplimentator) - Dridhabala (4th cent. AD)Time period - Upnishad kaal Charak Samhita is written in the form of 4 types of Sutra :- … Continue reading CHARAK SAMHITA – परिचय

RITUCHARYA

INTRODUCTION As per Ayurveda, to maintain swasthya Awastha ( Healthy state) of both sharir and Manas, we should have follow regimens of ahara & vihar according to different ritus which is known as Ritucharya. It is widely explained in different classics of Ayurveda. Acharya Charaka has described Ritucharya in Charak Sutrasthan Chapter 6 whereas Sushruta … Continue reading RITUCHARYA

MALA KSHAYA-VRIDHI LAKSHANA

INTRODUCTION Malas are those constituents of the body which are regularly eliminated from the body thus keep the body clean. It can vitiate the body (when they accumulate in large amount or decrease). “मला मूत्र शकृत्स्वेदादयो अपि च ।।” [AH.SU.1/13]1 The malas are Mutra, Sakrit, sweda etc (Here etc indicates dhatu malas). These are also … Continue reading MALA KSHAYA-VRIDHI LAKSHANA

VYADHIKSHAMATWA

INTRODUCTION:- According to Ayurvedic Science, the power of  body which decreases and stop the genesis of disease is known as Vyadhikshamatva. Today, the mankind is facing an increase in the emergence of new disease every now and then along with the challenge to cop up with the pollution and stress to complete for survival every … Continue reading VYADHIKSHAMATWA