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RASAYANA - A BOON OF AYURVEDA

Dr. Yogesh Kumar*, Dr. Rinky Jatav, Dr. Reeta Singh, Dr. C. B. Singh and Dr. Ajay Kumar

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Ayurveda, the science of life deals with two main objectives, first is to maintain the health of the healthy person (Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanam) and the second is to cure the ailments (Aturasya Vikara Prashamnama) (Ch.Su.-30/26). For these objectives the three types of dravyas are described in Ayurveda–Dosh-prashamaka, Dhatupradushaka and Swasthya-hitkara (Ch.Su.-01/68). Swasthyahitkara Dravyas are the main key for the maintenance of health. Rasayana is also an important source for the maintenance of health. Due to its properties, Rasayana is described as an independent therapy among the eight parts of Ayurveda. Rasayana maintains as well as promotes the health. Now-a-days the human beings are very busy in their life and family so, they have to face many health-related issues in the later phase of life (old Age). Even the modern aspect of treatment is not successful in order to alleviate these issues. The modern aspect also accepts the old age and its disorders as a challenge. In present time, increasing interest of people in Ayurveda and Yoga proves that the ancient therapies are useful and beneficial. Hence, Yoga control and enhance the mental state, on the other hand, Ayurveda is also a ray of hope in making the life much better through Dincharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya, Sadvritta, Aachar-Rasayana, Rasayana, Vajikaran and all the peculiarities about Aahara. Rasayana is a therapy of Ayurveda, which is very useful to maintain a healthy human life.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Rasayana, Dosha-prashamaka, Dhatu-pradushaka and Swasthya-hitkar, Dincharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya, Sadvritta, Aachar-Rasayana, Medhya Rasayana, Health, Old-Age etc.


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