Vol.1: I. Longevity; II. 28 Varieties of Gruel; III. Powders and Plasters; IV. Purgatives; V. Proper Measure in respect to Diet; VI. Proper Measure in respect to Season; VII. Inadvisability of Suppressing the Urges of Nature; VIII. Analysis of the Senses; IX. Brief Aggregate of Four; X. Comprehensive Aggregate of Four; XI. Three Aspirations; XII. Merits and Faults of the Wind; XIII. Oils; XIV. Sweat-Cures; XV. Articles to be Kept Ready; XVI. Subject of a Skillful Physician; XVII. Diseases of the Head; XVIII. Triple Inflammation; XIX. Certain Diseases; XX. Basic Causes of Diseases; XXI. Eight Persons Worthy of Condemnation; XXII. Six Methods of Treatment; XXIII. Diseases Caused by Indulgence in Certain Food Habits; XXIV. Ordinances in Respect of Blood; XXV. Origin of the Body and Diseases; XXVI. Six Tastes; XXVII. Ordinances Relating to Food and Drink; XXVIII. Diverse Kinds of Food and Drink; XXIX. Ten Substrata of the Life-Breaths; XXX. Great Ducts in the Heart.
Vol.2: The Place of Vimanam: I. Knowledge of Tastes; II. The Three Divisions of the Stomach; III. Destruction of Towns and Large Villages; IV. The Three Especial Means of Ascertainment of Disease; V. About the Ducts of the Body; VI. Groups of Diseases; VII. Aspects of the Diseased; VIII. How Disease in to be conquered by the Physician; Sarirasthana; I. How Many Kinds of Persons are there; II. Relating to Unlike Clans; III. Brief Description of the Descent into the Womb; IV. More Extensive Description of the Descent into the Womb; V. Purusa in Examined; VI. The Body is Examined; VII. On Numbering the Body - Review of the 107 Parts of the Body; VIII. Aphorisms About Birth; Indriyasthana; I. Indriyas as Connected with Complexion and Voice; II. Smells from the Patient and Tastes of his Juices Indicating Death; III. Sense of Touch Indicating Death; IV. The Assemblage of Senses of the Patient, Indicating Life or Death; V. On the Premonitory Symptoms, Relating to the Senses, of Life and Death; VI. Indriyas as Connected with the Several Sorts of Persons; VII. Loss of Senses When Dying; VIII. "On Shadows" - signs of Approaching Death; IX. Further Signs of Approaching Death; X. On the Immediate Proximity of Death; XI. Fatal Signs; XII. On the Signs of Death and Recovery; Nidanasthana; I. Causes of Disease and Fever; Diagnosis; II. Cause of Blood-Bile; III. Causes of Abdominal Tumors; IV. Causes of Urinary Diseases; V. Causes of Skin Diseases; VI. Causes of Phthisis; VII. Causes of Insanity; VIII. Causes of Epilepsy.
Vol.3: The Place of Cikitsa: I. Rasayana; II. Potency and Aphrodisiacs; III. Fever; IV. Hemorrhage caused by excess of bile; V. Treatment of Tumours; VI. Treatment of Polyuresis; VII. Treatment of Leprosy; VIII. Treatment of Phtisis; IX. Treatment of Insanity; X. Treatment of Epilepsy; XI. Treatment of Weakness induced by sores on the lungs etc; XII. Treatment of (dropsical) Swellings; XIII. Treatment of diseases of the Stomach; XIV. Treatment of Piles; XV. Treatment of diseases of the seat of Digestive Fire; XVI. Treatment of Chlorosis.
Vol.4: The Place of Cikitsa: XVII. Treatment of Hiccup and Asthma; XVIII. Treatment of Cough; XIX. Treatment of Diarrhoea; XX. Treatment of Vomiting; XXI. Treatment of Erysipelas; XXII. Treatment of Thirst; XXIII. Treatment of Poisons; XXIV. Treatment of Alcohol; XXV. Treatment of Abscesses; XXVI. Treatment of Trimarma; XXVII. Treatment of Cellulites or Carbuncle; XXVIII. Treatment of Diseases due to Wind; XXIX. Treatment of Leprosy; XXX. Treatment of Diseases of the Female Organ.
Vol.5: I. Madana Kalpa; II. Jimuta Kalpa; III. Iksvaku Kalpa; IV. Dhamargava Kalpa; V. Combination of Vatsaka; VI. Combination of Kritavedana; VII. Syama Trivrit Kalpa; VIII. Caturangula Kalpa; IX. Tilvaka Kalpa; X. Mahavriksa Kalpa; XI. Saptala Sankhini Kalpa; XII. Combination of Danti and Dravanti; Siddhi-Sthana; I. Kalpana-siddhi; II. Pancakarmiya-siddhi; III. Vastisutriya-siddhi; IV. Snehavyapadika; V. Treatment of Ailments; VI. Vamana-Virecana-Vyapat-siddhi; VII. Vasti-vyapat-siddhi; VIII. Prasrita Yogika-siddhi; IX. Trimarmmiya-siddhi; X. Vasti-siddhi; XI. Phalamatra-siddhi; XII. Uttaravasti-siddhi.