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Abstract

A CLASSICAL VIEW ON JIVHA SAMATA IN CONTEXT WITH AGNIMANDYA

Dr. Rajashri S. Gurabe* and Dr. Naina P. Vishwakarma

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Ayurveda is a science in view of various thoughts, one of which is 'Kala.' The 'Dhatwashayantar maryada' that partitions dhatu and ashaya is alluded to as 'Kala.' The Samhita depicts seven kalas, with Pittadhara Kala possessing the 6th spot. It is tracked down amidst Pakwashaya and Amashaya, i.e., Grahani, and is related to the small digestive tract. Grahani and Agni are commonly dependent on each other. Lacking processing of ingested food is brought about by a practically frail Agni, for example Mandagni, which brings about Ama, or undigested metabolic item. The Ama Dosha is the base of practically all sicknesses. The tongue considers what is going inside the body. Yogratnakar likewise makes sense of Astasthana Pariksha with Lakshana, in addition to other things (side effects). The tongue assessment is a basic and fundamental part of deciding Sama, Nirama, and Vruddhi, kshaya avastha in the dosha, and in conclusion, Sapeksha-Nidana (sickness determination).

Keywords: Ayurveda, Agnimandya, Majja, Strotas, Kala, Tongue.


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