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ASSESSMENT OF VAKSHA AND VALIDATION OF PRUTHUPINA VAKSHA IN DIFFERENT DEHA PRAKRITI INDIVIDUALS

Vd. Aniket A. Shilwant* and Dr. Sarita S. Bhutada

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Professionals in Ayurvedic stream are today attracted towards Prakriti with a new theme of personalized and lifestyle medicine concept. Biological parameters mentioned in Prakriti are screened, assessed, validated with proper weightage and scoring patterns and measured objectively today. The researchers of current topic have kept this in mind and tried to validate a single parameter mentioned in ancient Ayurvedic texts for Kapha doshaja Prakriti about chest region viz. – Pruthupina vaksha. Aims & Objectives: To assess Vaksha in different Prakriti individuals. To validate the existence of Pruthupina Vaksha in Kapha doshaja Prakriti. Observations: Only 31 out of 100 volunteers were noted having dimensions of Vaksha above 48 Anguli out of which male female ratio was 10 and 21 respectively. The mean value of Vaksha was – 52.95 Anguli ranging from minimum 48.23 Anguli to maximum of 61.07 Anguli. Discussion & Conclusion: All the 31 subjects of dwandwaja Prakriti were having Pruthupina Vaksha (above 48 Anguli). Out of all the subjects showing feature of Pruthupina Vaksha, the majority of the population (70.97%) involves Kapha dosha in their constitutional make-up. A total of twelve individuals (54.54%) were belonging to Kapha dominant Prakriti reflecting Pruthupina Vaksha as per Kapha doshaja Prakriti in which 02 from Kapha – Vata and 10 from Kapha – Pitta Prakriti. The involvement of Kapha dosha in formation of Prakriti in this case is clearly indicative of major contribution of Kapha dosha in the development of broad enlarged chest region manifesting Pruthupina Vaksha.

Keywords: Prakriti, Pruthupina Vaksha, Kapha Prakriti.


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