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Astanga Hrdaya of Vagbhata (Sutrasthana and Maulika Siddhanta) (Sanskrit text with English translation) / Rao, B. Rama (Dr.)
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Astanga Hrdaya of Vagbhata (Sutrasthana and Maulika Siddhanta) (Sanskrit text with English translation)
Rao, B. Rama (Dr.)
 
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  Book ID : 43399
  ISBN-10 : 93-81301-84-0 / 9381301840
  ISBN-13 : 978-93-81301-84-5 / 9789381301845
  Place of Publication : Varanasi
  Year of Publication : 2017
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : Sanskrit & English
  448p., Gloss., Index, 21 cm.
   
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CONTENTS:-
- Sutrasthana:
1. Ayuskamiya adhyaya-desire for long life
2. Dinacarya adhyaya-daily regimen
3. Rtucarya adhyaya-seasonal regimen
4. Roganutpadaniya-prevention of diseases
5. Dravyadivijnaniya -knowledge of liquid substances
6. Annasvanipavijnaniya-knowledge of nature of food material
7. Annaraksa adhyaya-protection of food material
8. Matrasitiya adhyaya-quantity of food
9. Dravyadivijnaniya-knowledge of substances and others
10. Rasabhediya-classification of tastes
11. Dravyadivijnaniya -knowledge of dosas etc.
12. Dosabhediya-classification of dosas
13. Dosopakramaniya-treatrnent of dosas
14. Dvividhopakramanlya-two types of treatment
15. Sodhanadiganasangraha-groups of drugs for purification and others
16. Snehavidhi-adrninistration of oleation
17. Svedavidhi-procedure of sudation
18. Vamanavirecanavidhi-procedure of emesis and purgation
19. Bastividhi-procedure of enema
20. Nasyavidhi-nasal medication
21. Dhtimapanavidhi-procedure of inhaling smoke
22. Gandusadividhi-procedure of gargle and others
23. Ascotanaiijanavidhi-procedure for eye-drops and eye-ointments
24. Tarpanaputapakavidhi-procedure of refreshing and cleaning eye
25. Yantravidhi-application of appliances and instruments
26. Sastravidhi-procedure of sharp instruments
27. Siravyadhavidhi-procedure of venesection
28. Salyaharanavidhi-procedure of extraction of foreign bodies
29. Sastrakarmavidhi-procedure of surgical operation
30. Ksaragnikarmavidhi-prccedure of cautery by alkali and fire
- Sanskrit Index
- English Index
- Glossary
- Maulika Siddhanta
1. Description of Asta Prakrti
2. Tantrayukti Vijfiana (Knowledge of the Methods of (explaining) Science)

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ABOUT THE BOOK:

Ayurveda is now universal and has spread to every corner of the world necessitating the publication of important Ayurveda texts with English translation. The big trio and the small triobrhatrayi and laughtrayi are important and popular workds of Ayurveda. Caraka Samhita, susruta Samhita and Astanga Hrdaya are called brhatrayi. These classic works deal in detail with the fundamental principles, philosophical background and theoretical aspects of ayurveda and among the three. Caraka Samhita and susruta deal with stress on general medicine Kayacikitsa and surgery salya respectively. The third Astanga hrdaya deals with all the eight branches of Ayurveda with details required for Ayurveda scholars and practitioners. While Caraka Samhita and susruta Samhita are in a mixture of prose and verse, Astanga hrdaya is in verse facilitating memorization. It has been very popular throughout India and also in other countries since its compilation. There are more than fifty commentaries in Sanskrit on Astanga Hrdaya, apart from those in regional languages showing its popularity, theoretical and practical value. The presentation of topics is neither too brief nor too elaborate and is appreciated by all.

Astanga Hrdaya is divided into six sections sthanas. I. Sutrasthana dealing with theoretical Principles. 2. Sarirasthana anatomy. 3. Nidana –diagnosis. 4. Cikitsa-treatment of general diseases. 5. Kalpasiddhi of recipes. Purificatory procedures etc. 6. Uttarasthana remaining seven branches. Thus all the subjects of Ayurveda are dealt with in 120 chapters in a lucid manner without complicated arguments and discussions.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Dr. Bhagavatam Rama Rao, born in Medak (Telangana) in 1937 is a graduate in ayurveda and Telugu and a post graduate in Sanskrit from osmania University, Hyderabad. He is a profound scholar in Sanskrit in Sanskrit, Telugu and Ayurveda and is also well versed in English and Hindi.

He worked for a long time in Indian Institute of History of Medicine, Hyderabad in different capacities and as director for more than two decades. During his tenure in IIHM he contributed immensely for the development of the research activities and also of Museum and others pertaining to the history of Medicine in Indian in general and history of Ayurveda in particular. He collected information relating to health and medicine from non-medical sources like kavyas, puranas, inscriptions, archaeological sources and travellers’s accounts etc. He also served as the in charge of Dr. A. Lakshmipati Research Centre for ayurveda and Literary research Unit in Chennai and retired as the director of Indian Institute of Pachakarma in Kerala and thus gained experience in different fields of Ayurveda. He later worked as the principal of Dharma Ayurveda College, Sriperumbudur, Tamilanadu.

Another important contribution of Dr. Rao is the collection of information and study of palm leaf and paper manuscripts particularly of Ayurveda in Sanskrit and Telugu. He brought to light several unknown valuable works on ayurveda and allied subjects.

He is associated with many institutions like National commission for History of Science Editorial Boards of Indian Journal of History of Science, Research Council of Indian National Science Academy and Central Council for Research in Ayurveda Science.

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