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CONCEPT OF PARA AND PARA DRAVYAS WITH RESPECT TO BHAVAPRAKASH NIGHANU

Dr. Sandhya Shinde* and Dr. Rekha Parmar

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Fundaments of Ayurveda are perpetual. These concepts explained 4000 years back are true and used in day-to-day practice. Total number of Gunas explained in Charak Samhita Adhyaya 26 Aatreya bhadrakapiya Adhyaya are 41, for getting success in the treatment. Paradi gunas are also called as Chikitsaupayogi Gunas. PARA means superior or Pradhan or best. In other terms Para means which is conducive for health and it depend on Desh, Bala, Kala Vaya, Mana, Rasa, Virya, Vipaka, Prukriti etc This property is explained by Vaishishik Darshana and adopted by Ayurveda. The concept of para is used by all Acharyas in treatment aspects and daily regime (Dinacharya), and in clinical practice. Clinical practice is a continuous process including a series of events which need to be performed in a sequential manner. Charaka has enlisted this process in a much elaborated manner in eighth chapter of Vimansthana. This article is highlighting concept of Para in dietary and treatment aspects from Bhavaprakasha Nighantu.

Keywords: Guna, Para, Bhavaprakasha Nighantu.


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