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BASIC SCIENCE: A TOOL TO UNDERSTAND KRIYA SHARIR

*Dr. Avinash Tiwari

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It is said that for advancement of any discipline there is a need of constant revision of subject matter. For the same central council of Indian medicine has implemented a 5½ year BAMS course for studying Ayurvedic science. Sharir Kriya (~Human Physiology) is added as a part of UG syllabus so that student of Ayurveda can learn the ancient concept of Human physiology. Furthermore to aid precise knowledge of the subject basic/contemporary science was included in their UG and PG syllabus. In present era basic science is considered as ―any one of the sciences such as anatomy, physiology etc. fundamental to the study of medicine‖. In Ayurveda education system traditional systems of medicine and contemporary science are taught side by side. Understanding Ama with free radical, Sapta Dhatu with stem cell theory are many such examples which proves that basic science can serve as a tool to understand Kriya Sharir. Basic Science of both Ayurveda and contemporary science can play role of a key to unleash/unlock the never-ending knowledge. Conclusively it can be opined that presently Ayurveda needs basic science as a tool for new invention, discoveries and as well as development of Kriya Sharir.

Keywords: Basic science, Kriya Sharir, Tool.


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