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AN INSIGHT STORY OF NABHI MARMA

Rashi Sharma* and Sunil Kumar

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Objective:- To explore the concept of Nabhi Marma in Ayurveda. Data Source:- Sushruta Samhita along with Dalhana commentary accessed from NIIMH website. Ashtang Hrudaya with Sarvaangsundar commentary had been referred as data source. Review Methods:- Literary Review focus on each and every aspect of Nabhi Marma including its embryological and anatomical relevance from mainly Sushruta Samhita along with Ashtang Hrudaya also. Various modern Anatomy and embryology books have been referred to justify the correlation in today’s era. Result:- Umbilicus does not fulfil all the criteria related to Nabhi Marma, neither it lies between Amashaya and Pakwashaya. It is not even Udargata. It is only a scar that is useful in surface anatomy. The property of Sira i.e., Saran or direct relation with Sira is also not seen with this part. Conclusion:- The exact essence of Nabhi Marma which seers have mentioned in classics of Ayurveda has been explored and concluded as a core nutritional unit that lies in midgut area thus being in the center area of body and is physiologically associated with Prana, Agni abode to important aspect of Nabhi Marma being related to nutritional unit.

Keywords: Anatomical, Ayurveda, Embryological, Marma, Nabhi Marma.


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