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AN ANALYTICAL STUDY OF MATRIJA BHAVA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MODERN ORGANOGENESIS

Sunil Kumar Yadav, Akanksha Rana*, Kalpesh Jajoria, Abhilasha Meena and Sunita Nagar

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According to Ayurveda, in order to achieve the Purusharatha Chatushtya, or Dharma, Artha, Kaama, and Moksha, Swastha Sharira is required. Hence, primary objective of Ayurveda is the preservation and defence of Swastha Sharir. The development of the human body was not a chance event in nature. The human body's ability to exist in the right size, shape, and weight is a miracle of nature. Under the Sharira Shastra, knowledge of Sharira is studied in various fields, including Anatomy, componential Anatomy, and embryological Anatomy. It also encompasses the organogenesis of different organs. According to Ayurveda Acharya: In order to produce an embryo, four components are required: "Ritu" (menstrual cycle), "Kshetra" (uterus), "Ambu" (Ahar Rasa), and "Beeja" (Shukra and Shonita).[1] These four elements assist in forming the embryo, although distinct organs later grow in the foetus with the aid of various Bhava. They are referred to as Shada Bhava. For the creation of a Sharira, all 6 Bhava are necessary. Out of them, Matrija Bhava plays a role in the development of nearly all of the body's soft organs. Different ideas on organogenesis have been established in modern science. Organogenesis is the anatomical creation of organs. Histological differentiation is the process through which developing cells and tissues acquire unique morphological, physiological, and biochemical characteristics.

Keywords: Shada Bhava, Matrija Bhava, Organogenesis.


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