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Abstract

CONCEPT OF EMBRYOLOGY IN AYURVEDA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GARBHA SHARIR: A REVIEW ARTICLE

Dr. Mayuri Pramodrao Yawalkar* and Dr. Vinod M. Choudhary

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Embryology is branch of biology that studies prenatal development of gametes, fertilization and development of embryos and foetuses. Garbha shareera is a term coined for embryology in Ayurveda. We can find some specific chapters in treatises like Sushruta Samhita focusing on fundamentals of embryology and materials related to embryology scattered at different contexts. Compiling extracts and related references would give a good gist of embryological basics explained in Ayurveda Science is the result of curiosity of human being through which human being has studied, analyzed and come to the results of various natural processes occurring in body. Today practically and scientifically the existence of everything has been proved. Ayurveda, being a part of this science also needs a deep study and research for proving all the facts established by Acharyas in ancient time. In Ayurvedic treatise, the matter related to the concept of Garbha Sharir is systematically described in “Sharir Sthana”. Ayurvedic texts have systematic description of various facts mentioned in Ayurveda and in Modern science are quite similar in many point of views.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Garbha Sharir, Bija,Garbhavakranti, Garbhadhana.


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