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CONCEPT OF ASHTAVIDHA PARIKSHA IN AYURVEDA

Dr. Shashank Shukla*

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Ayurveda is an ancient system of life and also the oldest surviving medical system in the world. Dating back almost 5000 years, it is also considered to be an ancient science of healing that enhances longevity. It has evolved from the quest to have a happy life, through a deep understanding of creation and its maintenance, perceived and conceived by the rishis or seers of ancient India. Ayurveda emphasizes upon life in general with bit more emphasis on human life. The science of Ayurveda is based on the sound tenets of diagnosis which necessitates no clinical or costly investigations which are beyond the reach of the common and less privileged populace. To find out the real source of the diseases Ayurveda follows certain tests and examinations in different stages of diseases. ASHTAVIDHA PARIKSHA, one of the clinical assessment methods of Ayurveda thoroughly analyzes the overall condition of a patients’ body to find the underlying symptoms. The Ashtavidha Pariksha, the eight limbs of clinical assessment – Nadi, Mutra, Mala, Jihva, Shabda, Sparsha, Drik and Akriti, give us detailed perception about the disease.

Keywords: Ancient, Ashtavidha, Nadi, Mutra, Mala, Jihva, Shabda, Sparsha, Drik , Akriti.


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