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Caraka Samhita, Vol. I (Sutrasthana): English Translation of Text with Ayurveda Dipika commentary of Cakrapani Datta / Tewari, P.V. (Dr.)
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Caraka Samhita, Vol. I (Sutrasthana): English Translation of Text with Ayurveda Dipika commentary of Cakrapani Datta
Tewari, P.V. (Dr.)
 
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  Book ID : 42996
  ISBN-10 : 93-81301-73-5 / 9381301735
  ISBN-13 : 978-93-81301-73-9 / 9789381301739
  Place of Publication : Varanasi
  Year of Publication : 2014
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English
  736p., Abb., Bib., App., Index, 25 cm. (Haridas Ayurveda Series No. 77)
   
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CONTENTS:- 
1. The chapter pertaining to 'Longevity'
2. The chapter pertaining to 'Dehusked seeds of Apamarga'
3. The chapter pertaining to 'Aragvadha'
4. The chapter pertaining to 'Six hundred Evacuatives'
5. The chapter pertaining to 'Quantitative dietetics'
6. The chapter pertaining to 'One's diet'
7. The chapter pertaining to 'Non-suppression of natural urges'
8. The chapter pertaining to 'Description of sense organs'
9. The chapter pertaining to 'Short quadruple of therapeutics'
10. The chapter pertaining to 'Great quadruple of therapeutics'
11. The chapter pertaining to 'Three basic desires'
12. The chapter pertaining to 'Merits and demerits of vata'
13. The chapter pertaining to 'Oleation/unction'
14. The chapter pertaining to 'Sudation'
15. The chapter pertaining to 'Preparation of cleansing therapy'
16. The chapter pertaining to 'Skilful Physician'
17. The chapter pertaining to 'Number of Head-disorders'
18. The chapter pertaining to 'Three swellings Inflammations/edemas'
19. The chapter pertaining to 'Eight Abdominal disorders'
20. The chapter pertaining to 'Major disorders'
21. The chapter pertaining to 'Eight condemnable persons'
22. The chapter pertaining to 'Reducing and nourishing/promoting measures'
23. The chapter pertaining to 'Satiating/saturating procedure'
24. The chapter pertaining to 'Precepts of blood'
25. The chapter pertaining to 'The origin of person'
26. The chapter pertaining to 'Discussion between Atreya and Bhadrakapya'
27. The chapter pertaining to 'Precepts of Food and Drink'
28. The chapter pertaining to 'Various types of Foods and Drinks'
29. The chapter pertaining to 'Ten seats of life'
30. The chapter pertaining to 'Ten great vessels with roots in heart'
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Caraka Sarnhita (Volume I Sutra Sthana) English translation of text with Ayurveda Dipika commentary by Cakrapani Datta. Editor/ translator Prof. P.V. Tewari.

Caraka Samhita oldest treatise of Ayurveda describes not only Ayurveda, rather has dealt with all other aspects related to human psychosomatic health i.e. philosophy, sociology and religion including medical ethics etc. Luminaries of Ayurveda of this era have deliberated upon the treatise from different angles including English translation of text and also Ayurveda Dipika commentary. Every writer has own method of writing or explaining a subject which makes a difference in it's appreciation. In present book which is 1st volume of entire treatise, an attempt has been made to be nearer to actual connotations of subject as much as possible, with English translation of almost entire commentary barring repetition and also the points already incorporated in explaining the matter in the translation of the text.

To apprise a novice with the subject, in introduction of the book a bird's eye-view of the treatise, its originator Atreya the preceptor ? Agnivesa the essayist/compiler with status of first strata of C.S., ? Caraka the author of second strata with his period and ? Drdhabala the person who completed the book or writer of third strata along with his contribution is mentioned. This has followed a short introduction of commentator Cakrapani with his contributions.

For better appreciation and clear acceptability the topics have been given headings, which also helps in finding the concerned subject easily through contents as-well-as index.

After complete translation of this volume I (Sutra sthana) seven appendices are given which describe mainly modern or English equivalent of pathological entities, flora and fauna etc. This follows the index which makes it more accessible.

It is hoped that it will be useful for students', teacher and research workers alike.

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