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Susruta Samhita; 3 Volumes (Text with English Translation) / Bhishagratna, Kaviraj Kunjalal (Tr.)
Susruta Samhita; 3 Volumes (Text with English Translation)
Bhishagratna, Kaviraj Kunjalal (Tr.)
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  Book ID : 6497
  ISBN-10 : 81-7080-026-9 / 8170800269
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7080-026-2 / 9788170800262
  Place of Publication : Varanasi
  Year of Publication : 2019
  Edition : (Reprint)
  Language : Sanskrit & English
  A Full and Comprehensive Introduction, Additional Text, Different Readings, Notes, Comparative Views, Index, Glossary and Plates.
Prologued and Edited by Dr. Laxmidhar Dwivedi and Jyotir Mitra.
lxxviii+548p., xxxix+788p., xxx+646+91p., App., Index, 23 cm.
(Chaukhamba Sanskrit Studies Vol. 30)

Vol.1. Sutrasthana:
I. Vedotpatti Adhyaya (Origin of the Ayurveda).
II. Sisyopanayaniya Adhyaya (Initiation of a student of the Ayurveda).
III. Adhyayanasam pradaniya Adhyaya (Classification of the Ayurveda & c).
IV. Prabhasaniya Adhyaya (General explanations).
V. Agropaharaniya Adhyaya (Preliminary surgical measures).
VI. Rtucarya Adhyaya (Characteristic features of the different seasons of the year and their influence on health and drugs).
VII. Yantravidhi Adhyaya (Surgical appliances, their use and construction).
VIII. Sastravac araniya Adhyaya (Surgical instruments and their names, use and construction).
IX. Yogyasutriya Adhyaya (Practice of Surgery).
X. Visikhanupravesaniya Adhyaya (Essential qualifications of a physician before he formally enters his profession).
XI. Ksarap akavidhi Adhyaya (Mode of preparing alkalis, and their comparative excellence as incising, excising or scraping agents).
XII. Agnikarmavidhi Adhyaya (Actual cauteries).
XIII. Jalaukavacaraniya Adhyaya (leeches and their use).
XIV. Sonitavarnaniya Adhyaya (Origin and characteristic features of lymph chyle).
XV. Dosa-dhatu-mala Ksayavrddhivijnaniya Adhyaya (Development or non-development of the excrements and constituent principles of the body).
XVI. Karnavyadhabandhavidhi Adhyaya (Piercing and Bandaging of the labules of ears).
XVII. Amapakvaisaniya Adhyaya (Distinction between suppurating and non-suppurating swellings).
XVIII. Vranalepanabandhavidhi Adhyaya (Dressings and bandages of ulcers).
XIX. Vrantopasaniya Adhyaya (Nursing and management of an Ulcer-patient).
XX. Hitabitiya Adhyaya (Salutary and Non-Salutary effects of regimen, etc.).
XXI. Vranaprasna Adhyaya (The deranged Vayu, Pitta, etc., as the exciting causes of ulcers).
XXII. Vranasrava Vijnaniya Adhyaya (Secretions from boils ulcers).
I. Vatavyadhinidanadhyaya (Diseases of the Nervous System, etc.).
II. Arsonidanadhyaya (Haemorrhoida).
III. Asmarinidanadhyaya (urinary Calculii).
IV. Bhagandarnidanadhyaya (Fistula-in-ano and Fistular Ulcers).
V. Kusthanidanadhyaya (Cutaneous Affections in general).
VI. Promehanidanadhyaya (Diseases of the Urinary tracts).
VII. Udaranidanadhyaya (Dropsy).
VIII. Mudhagarbhanidanadhyaya (False Presentations and Difficult Labour).
IX. Vidradhinidanadhyaya (Abscess, etc.).
X. Visarpa-Nadi-stana-roganidanadhyaya (Erysipelas, Sinus and Diseases affecting the mammary glands of women).
XI. Granthyapacyarbudagalagandanidanadhyaya (Glands, Scrofula, Tumours and Goitre).
XII. Vrdhyupadamsa, Slipadanidanadhyaya (Hydrocele, Hernia, Scrotal Tumours, Upadamsa) (disease of the genital organ and Elephantiasis).
XIII. Ksudraroganidanadhyaya (Dieses known by the general name of Ksudra-Roga) (monor ailments).
XIV. Sukadosanidanadhyaya. Its Classification (Symptoms of different types - Progonsis).
XV. Bhagnanidanadhyaya (Fracture and Dislocation, etc.).
XVI. Mukharoganidanadhyaya (Diseases which affect the cavity of the mouth in general).

Vol.3. Sarira Sthana (Section on Anatomy):
I. Sarvabhutacintasariradhyaya (The Science of Being in General).
II. Sukrasonitasuddhisariradhyaya (Purification of Semen and Cataminal fluid etc.).
III. Garbhavakrantisariradhyaya (Pregnancy, etc.).
IV. Garbhavyakaranasariradhyaya (The development of Factors in the womb).
V. Sarirasankhya-vyakarana-sariradhyaya (The Anatomy of the Human body).
VI. Pratyeka-marma-nirdesa-Sariradhyaya (The Marmas or Vital parts of the body).
VII. Sira-varnana-vibhakti-sariradhyaya (The Description and Classification of Sira or the Vascular System).
VIII. Sira-vyadha-vidhi-sariradhyaya (The method or Venesection).
IX. Dhamani-vyakarana-sariradhyaya (The Description of the Arteries, nerves and Ducts).
X. Garbhini-vyakarana-sariradhyaya(Nursing and Management etc. of Pregnant Women).

Cikitsa Sthana (Section on Therapeutics):
I. Dvivraniya-Cikitsadhyaya (The two kinds of inflamed Ulcers).
II Sadyavrana-Cikitsadhyaya (The medical treatment of Traumatic Wounds or Sores).
III. Bhagna-cikitsadhyaya (The medical treatment of Fractures and Dislocations).
IV. The medical treatment of Vata-Vyadhi or Nervous disorders).
V. The medical treatment of Maha-Vata-Vyadhi.
VI. The medical treatment of Arsas (Haemorrhoids).
VII. The medical treatment of Asmari (Urinary Calculus, etc.).
VIII. The medical treatment of Bhagandara (Fistula-in-ano, etc.).
IX. The medical treatment of Kustha (Cutaneous Affections in general).
X. The medical treatment of Maha-Kustha (Major Cutaneous Affections).
XI. The medical treatment of Prameha(Diseases of the Urinary tracts).
XII. The medical treatment of Prameha-Pidaka (the Abscess or Eruptions which mark the sequel of a case of Prameha).
XIII. The medical treatment of Madhu-meha.
XIV. The medical treatment of Udara (Dropsy).
XV. The medical treatment of Mudha-Garbha (Difficult and mal-presentation of the Foetus and Difficult Labour).
XVI. The medical treatment of Vidradhi (Abscesses) and Tumours.
XVII. Visarpa-nadi-stanaroga-cikitsadhyaya (The medical treatment of Erysipelas etc., Sinus and Diseases of the Mammary Glands).
XVIII. The medical treatment of Granthi (Glandular Swellings).
XIX. The medical treatment of Vrddhi (Hernia, Hydrocele, Scrotal Tumour, etc.).
XX. The medical treatment of Ksudra-Roga (Minor Ailments).
XXI. The medical treatment of Sores on the Penis produced by the Suka.
XXII. The medical treatment of the Affections of the Mouth.
XXIII. The medical treatment of Sopha (Swellings).
XXIV. Anagata-badha-pratisedhaniya-Cikitsadhyaya (The Rules of Hygiene and the Prophilactic Measures).
XXV. Misraka cikitsadhyaya (The medical treatment of a Variety of Diseases).
XXVI. Ksinabaliya-Bajikarana-Cikitsadhyaya (The medical treatment for increasing the Strength and the Virile Power of weak persons).
XXVII. Sarvopaghata-samaniya-Rasayana-cikitsadhyaya (The Recipes and Modes of using Elixirs and Rejuvenators).
XXVIII. Medhayuskamiya-Rasayana-cikitsadhyaya. The Elixirs and Remedial Agents.
XXIX. Svabhava-vyadhi-pratisedhaniyadhyaya. The Restorative and the Constructive Agents.
XXX. Nivrtta-santapiya-Rasayana-cikitsadhyaya (The Tonic Remedies which remove mental and Physical Distress).
XXXI. Snehapayogika-Cikitsadhyaya (The medicinal uses of oleaginous substances etc.).
XXXII. The medical treatment by measures of Sveda (Fomentations, Diaphoretic measures etc.).
XXXIII. Vamana-Virecana-Sadhyopadrava-Cikitsadhyaya (The Distresses which prove amenable to the use of Purgatives and Emetics).
XXXIV. Vamana-Virecana Vyapaca Cikitsadhyaya (The treatment of the Disorders resulting from an Injudicious Use of Emetics or Puragatives).
XXXV. Netra-Basti-Pramana-Pravibhaga-Cikitsadhyaya (The Dimension and Classifications of a Netra and a Vasti with their therapeutic applications).
XXXVI. Netra-Basti-Vyapaca-Cikitsadhyaya (The medical treatment of the mishaps which are consequent on the Injudicious Application of the Pipe and the Vasti).
XXXVII. The treatment with Anuvasana-Vasti and Uttara-Vasti.
XXXVIII. The mode of applying, as well as the tratment with a Nirudha-Vasti.
XXXIX. Aturopadrava-cikitsadhyaya (The tratment of distressing Symptoms which are manifested in a patient).
XL. The treatment which consists in employing the Dhuma (Fumes), Nasya (Snuffs) and Kavala (Gargles).

Vol.3. Kalpasthana (Section on Toxicology):
I. Annapanaraksakalpadhyay (The mode of Preserving Food and Drink from the effects of Poison).
II. Sthavaravisavijnanadhyay (The Indications (Effects, Nature and Operations) of Sthavara Poisons).
III. Jamgamvisavijnnadhyay (The subject of (the nature, virtue, etc. of) Animal Poisons).
IV. Sarpadastavisavijnanadhyay (The Specific Features of the Poision of a Snake-bite).
V. Sarpadastacikitsadhyay (The medical treatment of Snake-bites).
VI. Dundubhikhaniyakalpadhyay (Treatment with the Sounds of a (medicated) Drum, etc., possessed of Anti-venomous Virtues).
VII. Musakakalpadhyay (Cases of Rat-poisoning).
VIII. Kitakalpadhyay (On insects, i.e., the measures, etc. to be adopted in cases of Insect-bites, etc.).

I. Aupadravika-Adhyaya (Diseases of the eyes, etc.).
II. Sandhigata-Roga-Vijnaniya (pathology of the diseases of the eye-joints).
III. Vartmagata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Pathology of the diseases of the eye-lids).
IV. Suklagata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Pathology of the diseases of the sclerotic coat).
V. Krsnagata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Pathology of the diseases of the black part of the eye).
VI. Sarvagata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Pathology of the diseases affecting the eyes as a whole).
VII. Drstigata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Pathology of the diseases of the Pupil).
VIII. Netra-Roga-Cikitsa-Vibhaga-Vijnaniya (Classification and treatment of ocular affections).
IX. Vatabhisyanda-Pratisedha (Treatment of Vataja Ophthalmia).
X. Pittabhisyanda-Pratisedha (Treatment of Pittaja Ophthalmia).
XI. Slesmabhisyanda-Pratisedha (Treatment of Slesamaja Ophthalmia).
XII. Raktabhisyand-Pratisedha (Treatment of Raktaja Ophthalmia).
XIII. Lekhya-Roga-Pratisedha (Treatment of Lekhya-roga).
XIV. Bhedya-Roga-Pratisedha (Treatment of eye-diseases which require Incision).
XV. Chedya-Roga-Pratisedha (Treatment of eye-diseases which require Excision).
XVI. Paksmakopa-Pratisedha (Treatment of diseases peculiar to eye-lashes and eye-lids).
XVII. Drstigata-Roga-Pratisedha (Treatment of diseases of pupil and crystalline lens).
XVIII. Kriyakalpa-Vijnaniya (Treatment and medicinal measures for ocular affections in general).
XIX. Nayanabhighata-Pratisedha (Treatment of hurt or injury to the eye).
XX. Karnagata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Causes and symptoms of Ear-disease).
XXI. Karnagata-Roga-pratisedha (Medical Treatment of Ear-disease).
XXII. Nasagata-Roga-Vijnaniya (Causes and symptoms of diseases of the nose).
XXIII. Nasagata-Roga-Pratisedha (Therapeutics of nasal diseases).
XXIV. Pratisyaya-Pratisedha (Symptoms and treatment of Catarrh).
XXV. Siro-Roga-Vijnaniya (Symptoms of diseases of the head).
XXVI. Siro-Roga-Pratisedha (Treatment of diseases of the head).
XXVII. Navagrahakrti-Vijnaniya (Specific features of nine malignant Grahas).
XXVIII. Skendagraha-Pratisedha (Therapeutics of an attack by Skanda Graha).
XXIX. Skandapasmara Pratisedha (Therapeutics of an attack by Skandapasmara).
XXX. Sakuni-Pratisedha (Treatment of an attack by Sakuni graha).
XXXI. Revati-Pratisedha (Therapeutics of an attack by Revati-graha).
XXXII. Putana-Pratisedha (Treatment of an attack by Putana-graha).
XXXIII. Andhaputana-Pratisedha (Treatment of Andha-putana-graha).
XXXIV. Sitaputana-Pratisedha (Treatment of an attack by Sita-putana).
XXXV. Mukhamandika-Pratisedha (Treatment of an attack by Mukha-mandika).
XXXVI. Naigamesa-Pratisedha (Treatment of an attack by Naigamesa).
XXXVII. Grahotpatti-Adhyaya (origin of nine Grahas).
XXXVIII. Yonivyapat-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Therapeutics of the diseases of the female organ of generation).
XXXIX. Jwara-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Fever).
XL. Atisara-Pratisedha (Symptoms and treatment of Diarrhoea, etc.).
XLI. Sosa-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Phthisis).
XLII. Gulma-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Gulma).
XLIII. Hrdroga-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Heart-disease).
XLIV. Pandu-Roga-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Jaundice, etc.).
XLV. Raktapitta-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Haemorrhage).
XLVI. Murccha-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Fainting fits).
XLVII. Panatyaya-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Alcoholism).
XLVIII. Trsna-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Thirst).
XLIX. Chardi-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Vomiting).
L. Hikka-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Hic-cough).
LI. Svasa-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Asthma).
LII. Kasa-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Cough).
LIII. Swarabheda-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Hoarseness).
LIV. Krimi-Roga-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Worms).
LV. Udavarta-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Udavartta).
LVI. Visucika-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Visucika).
LVII. Arocaka-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Arocaka).
LVIII. Mutraghata-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of suppression of Urine).
LIX. Mutradosa-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of the defects of Urine); Chapters LX. Amanusa-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of the diseases brought on through Superhuman influences).
LXI. Apasmara-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Apasmara).
LXII. Unmada-Pratisedha (Symptoms and Treatment of Insanity).
LXIII. Rasabheda-Vikalpa-Adhyaya (Different Combinations of six different Rasas).
LXIV. Svasthavrtta-Adhyaya (Rules of Health).
LXV. Tantraykukti-Nama-Adhyaya (The Technical terms used in the treatise).
LXVI. Dosabheda-Vikalpa-Namadhyaya (The different Modifications of the different Dosas).


Sushruta Samhita which is the most representative work on Ayurveda, not only deals with the essentials of Indian therapeutics but also embraces the whole range of Science of Ayurveda.

The purpose of this English Translation is to make this important work accessible to the English knowing world. The translation of Kaviraj Kunja Lal Ji is authentic and at the same time throws sufficient light on many intricate and obscure facts of the original. complete in three vols.




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