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Dr. Jyoti Shukla* and Dr. S. K. Mulay


Ayurveda, the ancient science of life, health and cure originating from India adopts its own holistic biology based on the theory of Triguna, Tanmatra, Tridosh, Saptadhatu, Ojas, Agni, Ama, Marma, Srotas and Mana. It is distinctly different than the conventional modern biology which is largely based on reductionistic approach of classical Newtonian physics, in contrast to Ayurvedic biology- seems to be based on an integrative vision resembling quantum logic of modern science. Research is the prime need of contemporary Ayurveda. Ayurveda needs research designed to test and validate its fundamental concepts as well as its treatments. In this context, if Ayurveda is to be truly explored and validate in all its aspects, scientific inputs should conform to Ayurveda’s principles and philosophy. Such research will require teamwork between scientists and Vaidyas based on truth and trust. In present research methodology is attached with Ayurveda so that we can validate the basic principles and fundamentals of this precious medical system. Hence evidence based research is highly needed for global recognition and acceptance of Ayurveda. This paper will focus a light on Tridosh and Manovaha srotas and its relation with psychological disorders.

Keywords: Triguna, Tridosh, Manovaha srotas, psychological disorders.

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